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21 summaries in B - Business creation and development - stimulating start-ups

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Topic Lead presenter + Co-presenters and Title Presentation
B1 Simon Denny, The University of Northampton
Business Start Up Policy and Practice in the East Midlands : Playing Output Games?
B1 John Martin, John Martin
Advisory Support for new and established businesses
B1 Ged Mirfin, Business Link Northwest + Neil Geoghegan
Entrepreneurialism is a Middle Class Phenomenon - Pre-Start Enquiries at BLNW 2007-10
 
B1 Charles Monck, Charles Monck & Associates + Charles Monck, Charles Monck & Associates
Science parks and Innovation Centres in the new economic environment in the UK
 
B2 Colin Bell, Winning Moves Ltd
MyBiz Leeds - stimulating enterprise in low enterprise area
B2 Tina Boden, Winning Moves + Tony Robinson OBE, SFEDI Group
Enterprise - Do You Get It?
B2 Kath Sutherland, Association of Disabled Professionals
What are you talking about puddings for? The benefit of plain language in advice
B3 Diane Gaskin, Business Support Centre + Reginald Nyandeni, Business Support Centre
Linking micro-business to opportunities within the Corporate supply chain
B3 Mohammed Jibrin, National Board for Technology Incubation (Federal Ministry of Science & Technology) + Taiwo A. Somefun, National Board for Technology Incubation (Fed. Min. of Sc. & Tech.) Abuja, Nigeria. + Patricia Uche Chukwu, National Board for Technology Incubation (Fed. Min. of Sc. & Tech. Abuja. + Abdul Fatah Shittu, National Board for Technology Incubation (Fed. Min. of Sc. & Tech.) Abuja , Nigeria. + Isah M. Yusuf, National Board forTechnology Incubation(Fed. Min. of Sc & Tech), Abuja, Nigeria.
Creating Entrepreneurs for Value- Addition in Nigeria Using Technology Incubation.
 
B3 Ishaku Polycarp, Central Bank of Nigeria + Adamu Yangbasa Dangana, Central Bank of Nigeria
The Role of Central Bank Of Nigeria in Enterprise Promotion
B3 Olga Shimbireva, Russian Research Centre of Surgery of the Russian Academy of Medical Science + Martyn Benson FIBC FRSA FCIB, RiDO, Rotherham, UK + Helen Matushevskaya, General Computers, Moscow, Russian Federation
New Business Opportunities in Medical Practice using Business Incubation methods
B4 Olayiwola Agoro, Federal Ministry of Science and Technology
Technology Incubation as Panacea for Entrepreneurial Capabilities: Nigeria Situation
B4 Chris Allington, Oxford Innovation Limited
The Role of Business and Innovation Centres in delivering focussed Business Support
B4 Peter Arnold, Newcastle Science City
The Newcastle Innovation Machine - an insight led approach to business creation
B4 Robert Bernier, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Silicon Prairie Business Accelerator
B4 Chris Hall, Nottingham Trent University
Student and Graduate Business Start-ups Do they fit University & Government Agendas?
B4 Martino Picardo, UMIC Ltd
10 Years of succesful business incubation; value and wealth creation through start-up
B5 Gary Lumby, Yorkshire & Clydesdale Banks
Access to Finance for SME's - Supply or Demand issues?
B5 Stewart McLean, Angels Den
What do Business Angels really look for?
B6 Stuart Anderson, Shell LiveWIRE
The Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Awards- Low level award funding with a big impact
B6 Thomas (Tommy) du Plessis, North-West University
Access to finance as an obstacle to SME growth in South Africa

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