The Centre currently supports three PhD students who are based at Warwick Business School and Aston business School. We aspire to build a thriving post-graduate research student community. The range of topics covered reflect the strength and mix of staff available to supervise students.
Jessica Armitage is currently studying her PhD in UK ethnic minority entrepreneurship at Aston Business School, where she also studied her MSc in Business and Management. Jessica's particular interest in entrepreneurship stems from her long-term experience in self-employment.
Rita Nana-Cheraa gained her BSc in Mathematics at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, and her MSc in Economics and Econometrics at the University of Nottingham. Nana also has experience in retail banking, business development, and interbank money market dealing. She is currently studying her PhD at the Warwick Business School researching on innovations among SME's
PhD student, ERC
Ully Yunita Nafizah is currently studying her PhD at the Warwick Business School researching on innovation and digital technology adoption. Ully gained her degree of BSc in Engineering Management at the Institut Teknologi Bandung and MSc in Innovation Management at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Ully also has experiences in academic teaching and consultancy in the area of industrial engineering and business development.