The Centre for Entrepreneurs has invited Formation Zone Programme Manager and PhD researcher in business incubation, Eleanor Browne, to join a prestigious panel.
Formation Zone is recognised as a great example of a university incubator supporting start-up businesses.
So much so, that the Centre for Entrepreneurs has invited Plymouth University’s Formation Zone Programme Manager and PhD researcher in business incubation, Eleanor Browne, to join a prestigious panel at the launch of their new report on the subject.
The national think tank, Centre for Entrepreneurs, are hosting the report launch and panel discussion on the role of university incubators in supporting graduates to start innovative, high-value businesses, at UCL in London on 27th April.
The audience will hear from Eleanor about how Plymouth University’s award-winning business incubator has helped our students and graduates start and grow their businesses, as well as from an Oxford University graduate entrepreneur, a representative of UCL, and the Centre’s own Lead Researcher.