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17 summaries in C - Community groups and social enterprises inspiring social benefits

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Topic Lead presenter + Co-presenters and Title Presentation
C1 Robert Ashton, www.robertashton.co.uk
Practical examples of bridging the 'Big society' gap between rhetoric and reality
 
C1 Mike Chitty, Realise Development
How to Destroy an Enterprise Culture in the Community
C1 Philip Duffield, Willow Park Housing Trust
Enterprise in Deprived Communities
 
C1 Eileen Hammond, Hammond Associates
Using celebrities to promote your social enterprise
C1 Alastair MacColl, Business & Enterprise North East
Business support & enterprise for the 21st Century: Transforming economies.
C1 Robert Weaver, C3 Connected Consulting Ltd
Enterprise for All - Principles of Inclusive Business Support
C1 Barry Whitehouse, Wolverhampton University Business School + John Bates, Wolverhampton University Business School
Fundraising: a vehicle to experience enterprise & evaluate entrepreneurial potential
 
C2 Dennis Dzansi, Central University of Technology, Free State + Vicky Koma, Central University of Technology, Free state
Killing two birds with one stone
 
C2 Abimbola Fayomi, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife + Bolanle. C Simeon-Fayomi, Faculty of Education, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria
Endangered Species: Problems of Sustaining Indigenous Enterprises in SouthwestNigeria
C2 William Tippett, Ketso
Creative engagement with community members and stakeholders
C5 Sue Jackson, whitespace coaching + Kasia Kurowska, Newcastle University
Encouraging olderpreneurship: a collaborative ESF project with Newcastle University
C5 Katherine Jones, University of Worcester
Grow our Own: Entrepreneurial Alumni Network supporting graduate business development
C5 Emma Parry, Inova Consultancy + Sophia Protopapa, Federation of Hellenic Associations of Young Entrepreneurs
Fostering Entrepreneurial Spirit in Female Undergraduates/Graduates across Europe
C5 Laurie South, PRIME + Robert Ashton
Encouraging enterprise amongst mature entrepreneurs - male and female
C6 Dinah Bennett, ICE + Nicola Scott, CoLibra
Any time, any place, any where Home Based Businesses
C6 Claire Morley-Jones, ABDN
Women Inspiring Business and Enterprise
C6 Wendy Parvin, Conversations with Purpose + Dinah Bennett, International Centre for Entreprenurship and Enterprise(ICE)
Accelerating female entrepreneurship through mentoring and networking: a case study

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