Knowledge Sharing

The Small Business Charter provides business schools with a network of schools to share experience and build knowledge in the field of enterprise, entrepreneurship and business engagement. Here, you can read ideas, insights and best practice from business schools.

See ‘Success stories’ to read about how businesses have benefitted from connecting with business schools that hold the SBC award.

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What would-be entrepreneurs need most is experience

In 2010, when I became dean of Nottingham University Business School, I assumed responsibility for and oversight of more than 5,000 students at campuses in the UK, China and…

Entrepreneurship education: The extra dimensions

Professor Martin Binks is the former dean of Nottingham University Business School and Professor of Entrepreneurial Development at its Haydn Green Institute for Innovation and…

Why it’s good to get out and connect with the world of business

Higher Education life began at 40 for me. After many years working in big business and small, including my own start-up, I took an unplanned ‘pivot’ into the world of…

Confronting Boko Haram’s propaganda and youth unemployment through entrepreneurship

By Dr. Paschal Anosike, Director, Centre for African Entrepreneurship and Leadership (CAEL), University of Wolverhampton Business School Entrepreneurship education is high on the…

Pitchfest 2016: Aston Business School’s commitment to supporting enterprise

23rd June 2016, and the Centre for Growth team from Aston Business School headed en masse to the NEC to enjoy a day of pitching, networking, interesting conversations and…

Crossing the divide: developing an enterprising culture by bridging curricular and co-curricular opportunities

Should the enterprise opportunities offered to our HE students be co-curricular or curricular? There are some good arguments for both. Funding for start-ups, business plan…