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Topic Lead presenter + Co-presenters and Title Presentation
Plenary A Alh. Babale Umaru Girei, World Association for Small and Medium Enterprises
SME Support Policies & Practice: Role of SME Associations
Plenary A Kevin Horne, NWES
From bottom to top - making Lowestoft the most Enterprising place in Britain
Plenary A David Irwin, Irwin Grayson Associates
Plenary A Chair: Enterprise Support Policy -vs- Practice
 
Plenary A Barry Naisbitt, Santander UK plc
Economic Overview
Plenary A Doug Scott, TEDCO + George Derbyshire, NFEA
Enterprise agencies - yesterday, today, tomorrow?
 
Plenary A Leigh Sear, SFEDI Solutions + Nat Hardwick, Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs
Chasing the Dream? Developing demand-led forms of enterprise support
Plenary B Nigel Adams, University of Buckingham + Joan Lockyer, Coventry University
Comparing the approaches of two UK universities to teaching Business Enterprise
Plenary B Andy Penaluna, Swansea Metropolitan University
Plenary B Chair: Entrepreneurship Education Policy -vs- Practice
Plenary B Charles Skene, The Skene Group
What is an entrepreneur?
 
Plenary B John Thompson, University of Huddersfield
What should entrepreneurship education, whatever we might mean by this, consist of?
 
Plenary B Pradeep Wagh, Development Education International Society
Entrepreneurship Education, Policy and Practice: India Government and NGO Cooperation
Plenary C Janet Brumby, Young Enterprise Yorkshire & Humber
Enterprising Inspiration for Youth
 
Plenary C John May, Young Enterprise UK
Plenary C Chair: Enterprising Inspiration for Youth - making enterprise your living
 
Plenary C Jane Walton, YPEF Services Ltd
Inspired and informed, now influence
 

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