Enterprise and entrepreneurship has never been as important as it is today. You may already be evaluating how entrepreneurship really fits, or how you can effectively embed the enterprise agenda so it adds value to your role, your institution or your programmes.
If you need to build capacity in entrepreneurship amongst colleagues or into learning materials and programmes, or you’re planning to commercialise elements of your service, knowledge or research, consult ICE.
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Through our highly regarded capacity building programmes in enterprise and entrepreneurship we can help you to fast-track the development of entrepreneurial attitudes, behaviours and actions across your organisation, building on the experience of Universities, financial institutions and government bodies worldwide.
Find out about our International Enterprise Illumination Programme for Young People here
We can also help you to understand the nuances of family-owned business, social enterprises, women’s enterprise and 凯发k8旗舰厅手机app下载home-based business.
ICE can help you to build your capacity in Entrepreneurship
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“Dinah has such drive and Passion for entrepreneurship, she LIVES & GIVES it every day! A lady of great integrity and enthusiasm, who is a pleasure to work with.”
Gerry Moan, Constructive Intervention
“Dinah Bennett is highly effective at coordinating stakeholders, at collating the correct data and at producing a relevant and cohesive solution or recommendation. She is a joy to work with and respected by her peers and associates.”
“Dinah is one of the most passionate people I’ve ever worked with. She works tirelessly and effectively to stimulate enterprise in all her endeavors. Having gone out of her way to assist me on numerous occasions I wholeheartedly recommend working with Dinah; a key member of any team that she is a part of.”
Alan Heptinstall, Entrepreneurs Durham
“When Malcolm Gladwell coined the term “connector”, he must have had Dinah Bennett in mind. Dinah is an exemplary networker: she thrives on helping others make connections for mutual benefit and generously supports women entrepreneurs across the world”
Ruth Winden, Careers Enhanced