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Time: 1.00pm - 2.00pm
Venue: Room KHBS 3034, Kingston Hill Campus
Speaker(s): Dimo Dimov
Seeking attunement with these aspects, the paper outlines the evolution of opportunity from language dependence to language independence within a process of transition from individual aspirations to social structure. This opens up promising research directions, in which the scholar-entrepreneur relationship is redefined in terms of solidarity rather than objectivity. Alongside the traditional emphasis on theoretical contribution, research could seek design and phronetic contributions, in an open-ended search for better ideas for coping with a contingent reality.
About the speaker
Dimo Dimov is Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Bath, UK and Founding Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Business Venturing Insights. He has been recognised recently as one of the top 100 professors of entrepreneurship worldwide.
Dimo holds a PhD in Entrepreneurship from London Business School and an MBA from Case Western Reserve University (USA) and the CEU Graduate School of Business (Hungary). Prior to joining the University of Bath, he was on the faculty at Newcastle University, University of Connecticut (USA), and IE Business School (Spain). Prior to entering academia, he was finance director with Marriott International, overseeing two hospitality businesses in Budapest, Hungary.
Dimo's research focuses on enabling, accelerating, and funding the entrepreneurial process, from initial idea to viable venture, in independent, corporate, and social settings. He teaches entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial finance, seeking to inspire students to embrace the entrepreneurial journey and equip them with the mindset and skills necessary to navigate it. He also works with both start-ups and established companies to facilitate the development of mindset and structures for innovative performance.
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