Kalina Staykova and her colleagues used their studies of MobilePay to create a competition grid advising firms how to defeat multiple rivals online.
This network aims to connect Warwick students, alumni, and academics with an interest in entrepreneurship, innovation, and creativity in business. You might want to start a business, take one to the next level, invest, or simply find partners. Whatever your stage of business development, we have a wealth of knowledge, experience, and resources to share with our members.
We work closely with Warwick Entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial student societies, and Warwick Ventures the University’s start-up incubator.
Have a look at the dedicated Entrepreneurship at WBS page to find a range of entrepreneurship related content, including courses, news stories, videos and more.
Anh Luong has researched the world of dating apps and discovered there are lessons on engagement that could be applied much more widely.
To avoid the risks of artificial intelligence, we must understand them. But the technology can remain a force for a good, argues Shweta Singh.
Hila Lifshitz-Assaf reveals the lessons after studying how doctors discovered the AI they were using was not as reliable as they thought.
Shweta Singh and her team have been shortlisted for Social Impact Project of the Year at the Women in IT awards.
Warwick Business School has partnered with Heropreneurs to offer ex-military personnel starting their own business the chance to win a 100 per cent bursary to do an MBA or Executive Diploma.
The Gender Index, supported by the WBS-based Enterprise Research Centre, found female-led firms attracted less investment and generated lower turnover.
Professor Graeme Currie talks to us about his research at WBS...
Deniz Ucbasaran explores whether entrepreneurs should trust their intuition and how they can train it.