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Newcastle Business School, City Campus East, Corporate Hub & Room 403


The concept of ‘entrepreneurial talent’ is one associated with the individual (successful entrepreneurs) and with organisations (economic performance and venture growth). HEIs are therefore encouraged to meet a range of individual and business needs. GETM3 – Global Entrepreneurial Talent Management 3 - focuses on individuals, universities and small business with the aim of creating a broader understanding of entrepreneurial learning.

This multi-sector, multi-disciplinary 4-year project brings together 15 partners from 5 countries to enable a network of experienced and next generation researchers from across Europe and South Korea to enhance learning and knowledge exchange, enable researcher development, and to create on-going and international partnerships across academic institutions and with community partners.  

The launch event will cover:

09:00 – 12:45

Setting the context

Links to University & faculty research

Overview of the  4 year, €950k project

Introduction to partners

13:30 – 17:00

Overview of the research work streams

Ways to get involved – researcher networks, sandpit events, international research, publications & REF case studies

Round Tables to find out more about the key research areas and fit with your research interests:-

- Student and graduate development

- HEIs: pedagogical and curriculum innovation

- SMEs & young employees: opportunities & challenges

- Supporting researcher development


 Refreshments from 8;30am; Networking 17:00-18:00

To find out more about the project, how it benefits the University, and how you might get involved now or in future, we invite you to come to either or both of the two sessions at the launch event. RSVP: Dr Brenda Stalker:



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Newcastle Business School, City Campus East, Corporate Hub & Room 403
Northumbria University, Newcastle Business School, City Campus East
Newcastle upon Tyne


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