Mason Entrepreneurship Research Conference
We are delighted to announce the Seventh Annual Mason Entrepreneurship Research Conference. This conference was formed by a partnership between the School of Public Policy and the School of Business. Since 2004, George Mason University has been organizing an annual research conference to promote dialogue and collaborative research among scholars interested in the topic of entrepreneurship.
The goals of this conference are to
- create and build a community of researchers committed to furthering entrepreneurial studies and developing scholarly networks for research centered on a specific topic.
- encourage researchers from cross-disciplinary fields to initiate collaborative research projects that explore new trends, opportunities, and challenges in Entrepreneurship and related fields of study.
The theme for this conference is
- sustainability and entrepreneurship: abstracts focusing on sustainability and its link to entrepreneurship will be highlighted throughout the conference.
Entrepreneurship at Mason
George Mason University has embraced entrepreneurship. Throughout the university, there are programs and courses that support the growth of entrepreneurial thinking. Did you know that Mason is host to the state-wide Small Business Development Center network? Through the services and expertise of the Mason Enterprise Center, George Mason is making a major contribution to entrepreneurs and the economic wealth they can create. We invite you to learn more about entrepreneurship at Mason:
- Visit Mason's Entrepreneurship web pages
- Visit the School of Business' Entrepreneurship web pages
- Visit the Mason Enterprise Center
- Visit the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship
- Visit the Center for Global Business
- Visit the Center for Entrepreneurship and Public Policy
- Visit the Patriot Entrepreneur, a newsletter for and about innovation at Mason