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National spectrum centre could spur Wales jobs boost.

An Economic Impact Assessment of the proposal has been carried out by the Business School at Aberystwyth University. 

National Spectrum Centre could spur Mid Wales jobs boost

ABS becomes ISBE Founding Organisational Member

Kiran Trehan

President, ISBE:

On behalf of the ISBE board of trustees, I would like to convey our thanks to you for becoming a Founding Organisational Member and we are particularly excited that this now means that all staff at your institution are ISBE members.

During these challenging times, it is gratifying to know that there is such support for the research, policy, practice and teaching of small business and entrepreneurship. Our group of Founding Organisational Members will now become our first point-of-contact for entrepreneurship policy consultations, requests for expert input, and guidance on the future direction of the Institute. It will also be our pleasure to showcase the work of your institution in the entrepreneurial space and share this with our networks.

We look forward to beginning this new chapter in the development of ISBE with you.

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CLaRE Symposium 23rd June 2021

The Centre for Local and Regional Enterprise (CLaRE) annual research symposium will take place on the 23rd if June 2021. This year's symposium is entitled 'Regenerating Rural Communities'. The symposium seeks to promote research relating to the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on rural communities (defined in this instance as communities, organisations and individuals operating/living outside of cities). It aims to showcase the research of academics, practitioners, and research students across Aberystwyth University and its stakeholder networks. The symposium is been held in conjunction with the Regional Centres of Expertise (Cymru) network (in particular, the Resilient communities' hub).

 

Staff and Students of Aberystwyth University are invited to submit an abstract for this conference. More details can be found here, CLaRE Symposium call paper