Brian Clements, the Director of the Institute for Innovation and Enterprise at the University and Associate Dean for Applied Research and Development at the University of Wolverhampton Business School, has been appointed to the Board of ISBE (Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship).
ISBE is Britain's premier small business and entrepreneurship network for individuals and organisations involved in SME (small and medium sized enterprises) research and entrepreneurship education and support.
Its primary purpose is to promote excellence in the advancement of knowledge, expertise and best practice in the area of small business and entrepreneurship.
Brian was also recently elected to the Board of Enterprise Educators UK (formerly UKSEC), the national network for enterprise educators, which now supports some 600 educators in over 90 UK universities.
He said: “The University of Wolverhampton will continue to support HE enterprise on a national level as well as within its West Midlands region and I appreciate the opportunity to participate in the process through these two key organisations”.
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