How after COVID-19 can we shape the ecosystem to support innovation in SMEs?
The storm brought by Covid-19 continues to have a significant effect on businesses. During times of uncertainty, innovation falls sharply as firms prioritise other uses for cash resources. However, looking to the future you can use this competitiveness to keep your business ahead of the curve.
Stephen Roper is the Professor of Enterprise at Warwick Business School. In this webinar, Professor Roper will highlight ways to de-risk innovation to help your business moving forward.
Click below to watch the webinar on “Reshaping the SME ecosystem” to find out how you can adjust and prepare for future innovation.
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About the speaker
Professor Stephen Roper is the Director of the Enterprise Research Centre, which is the UK’s national centre for small business research. He is also the Co-director of National innovation.
Professor Roper has over 30 years’ experience in research related to SMEs, innovation and innovation policy both in the UK and Internationally. He is widely published in both these areas and regularly advises government departments on innovation and SME policy.
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This webinar is part of a series for InterTradeIreland's all-island innovation programme.
The all-island innovation programme aims to bring SMEs access to cutting-edge thinking, plus help to implement innovation in their business.