ICCE Entrepreneurial Fellows – the role

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ICCE Entrepreneurial Fellows are appointed by the Warden of Goldsmiths to an honorary position within the college. We would hope that fellows would have range of different mutually beneficial relationships with ICCE, including being able to engage with some of the new thinking, research, writing or teaching material from the perspective of an entrepreneur. It is also hoped that there may be opportunities to develop new research projects with fellows who will also be able to benefit from ICCE and Goldsmiths resources including full access to the Library. They will be invited attend a variety of events through the year as our guests as part of the academic community of the university, and to meet with current students.

As ICCE recognises entrepreneurship as being the creation of value – social, creative and financial, the Entrepreneurial Fellows will be leaders in value creation in terms of social capital as well as financial, and with strong creative skills in a range of areas.

Entrepreneurial Fellows are chosen because of their track-record in developing new sorts of businesses and business models. They are likely to be individuals who are at the early stages of a career, therefore providing strong, attainable aspirational role models for Goldsmiths students.

Gerald Lidstone
Sian Prime
ICCE 2009