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