GEM UK 2018 Press Coverage

BQ  Live  31/07/2019 Gig economy “a springboard for entrepreneurs” 100 Stories Blog 01/08/2019 4 things we learned about entrepreneurs from the 2018 GEM report    

July 2019 Press Coverage

Financial Times 11/07/2019 Migrants drive UK’s fastest-growing companies, study finds

May 2019 Press Coverage

The Metro.co.uk 01/05/2019 A second great depression is coming and 99.9% likely in two years. Insider.co.uk 13/05/2019 Par Equity backs Northern Irish tech companies BizPlus 13/05/2019 Taking the Pulse of Laid back Businesses The Irish News 14/05/2019 Tech firms enjoy £3.2m investment boost

April 2019 Press Coverage

The Aston Angle 01/04/2019 Does firm-level jobs data show a ‘canary in the mine’ for the UK economy?  Irish times 03/04/2019 Majority of small businesses not interested in scaling  The Independent 03/04/2019 Big ideas: Small Irish businesses more innovative than UK and US counterparts Irish Examiner 03/04/2019 Small business ‘content with size’ Irish Examiner 03/04/2019… Read more

March 2019 Press Coverage

The Telegraph 05/03/2019 How well do SMEs budget for technology? Reuters  11/03/2019 Pre-recession signals lurk in the UK jobs data- research New York times 11/03/2019 Pre-recession signals lurk in the UK jobs data- research The Aston Angle  22/03/2019 Does firm-level jobs data show a ‘canary in the mine’ for the UK economy ?  

February 2019 Press Coverage

Real Business 11/02/2019 Are business survival statistics relevant? Telegraph 15/02/2019 How fintech is transforming small businesses  

January 2019 Press coverage

Forbes.com 14/01/2019 You’re not a Mumpreneur, just an Entrepreneur  Personneltoday.com 22/01/2019 High-growth firms crowd out competition for talent The Times 22/01/2019 Fast growing firms ‘hoovering up jobs’ from local rivals  

Spin-outs and the great university challenge

ERC research cited in article by James Hurley in the Times,  10/09/2018 A 2015 study into spin-outs by the Enterprise Research Centre found that for the “majority of academic founders” there were “significant tensions” between their commitments to university academic work and the demands of the embryonic company. Research paper No 35:  Profiling UK university spin-outs… Read more