Time: April 26, 2016 from 10am to 5:15pm
Location: Room MP494, The Millennium Point Building
Street: 4 Curzon Street, Birmingham B4 7XG
Website or Map: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/about-us…
Event Type: a, co-facilitated, engagement, of, busy, stakeholder/practitioners, in, small, business/entrepreneurial, development
Organized By: ISBE, ERC and AMED
Latest Activity: Apr 21, 2016
The broader context (including the forthcoming European Referendum), the dynamics of SME 'growth' and 'development', an SME support ecosystem, optimising stakeholder communications, and success criteria and evaluation processes.
Many AMED and ISBE Members – whether sole traders or as members of consultancy or business organisations – operate as or with other SMEs and entrepreneurs in the non-profit, charity, public, as well as private, sectors.
Our Gathering, co-hosted by ISBE and AMED. is for 40 people. It emerges from a recent ISBE CoI meeting and the publication of the Autumn 2015 special themed issue of AMED’s journal e-O&P . It also prepares for a follow-up edition of e-O&P in Summer 2016.
There will be no lengthy formal presentations. Rather, we'll engage primarily in facilitated group discussions around key themes.
To confirm your place, please click here. If you’d like more information before doing so, please contact Linda Williams at the AMED Office. E: email@example.com; T: 0300 365 1247; W: www.amed.org.uk.
Adopting an approach of critical friendships, we’ll explore ways for diverse stakeholders to work more effectively together to mutual benefit. This will be of particular relevance to various Communities of Interest and Special Interest Groups. You're welcome to post your thoughts here.
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