Surely entrepreneurship can't be relevant to all businesses, can it?
In a turbulent economic and business climate, our panel of experts challenges you to expand your understanding of entrepreneurship, exploring the mindset that business leaders of all organisations will need to develop in order to guide and grow their businesses in an ever-changing business landscape.
In this webinar we explore:
- Entrepreneurial scope; it’s not just about creating new businesses!
- Planning an entrepreneurial vision and building a strategy around it.
- How to move forward by looking backward; embracing setbacks.
This webinar is the fifth instalment of Cranfield School of Management’s “Future of Everything” expert series, exploring the most topical challenges facing the business world and its leaders today.
Martin Spiller - Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship, Cranfield University. Martin is a highly motivated FD / CFO / non-executive director with a wide-ranging skillset, being both a chartered accountant and barrister-at-law, with significant experience developing high-growth businesses. He has co-founded, grown and advised businesses of all types across a range of sectors from start-up through to successful exit. Martin is currently focused on entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial finance with a particular focus on valuation methodology.
Claire Banwell Spencer - Head of Entrepreneurship Growth Portfolio, Bettany Centre for Entrepreneurship. Claire is a dual-qualified barrister and solicitor with an MBA from Cranfield University. Prior to undertaking her MBA Claire worked as a corporate lawyer working both in-house and in private practice. Since completing her MBA she has followed her passion for entrepreneurship and innovation. Claire has worked across a wide range of sectors from law firms, corporates, and academia to start-ups. She provides a strong focus on innovation, product/market development, fundraising, strategic partnerships and decision-making, project management, risk mitigation, ideas generation, and leading and driving change.