European Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Engaged entrepreneurship research in Europe

ECSB webinar series continues on Wednesday the 20th of April 2022 at 3:00-4:00 pm (CEST). Professor Monder Ram‘s (Aston University) topic will be “Critical engagement in diversity and entrepreneurship: Insights from the Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship”.

The seismic effects of COVID-19, Black Lives Matter and Brexit have exposed endemic racial inequalities in the UK. Policy responses are mixed but encouraging entrepreneurship amongst ethnic minority communities is likely to form part of the solution. For 20 years, the Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME) has operated at the intersection of debates on inequality and enterprise, and worked with practitioners to ‘make a difference’. CREME’s modus operandi is to promote change with practitioners whilst pursuing theoretically informed research. This talk presents insights from the many shades of engagement that characterise CREME’s work—from stakeholder consultation on conventional research projects to the creation of new ventures to support for migrant businesses.

About the speaker:
Professor Monder Ram OBE is the Director of the Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME) at the Aston University. He is a leading authority on small business and ethnic minority entrepreneurship research and has published widely on the subject, and has extensive experience of working in and acting as a consultant to small and ethnic minority businesses. Monder is a regular keynote speaker at international conferences, and advises the government on the importance and value of ethnic minority businesses through his position on the APPG for BAME Business Owners. Read more:

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Register here by 19 April 2022