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Ute Stephan, Professor of Entrepreneurship at King's Business School, King's College London, talks to us about the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on women entrepreneurs.
Ute Stephan is Professor of Entrepreneurship at King’s College London, Visiting Professor (Organizational Psychology) at TU Dresden, Germany, Honorary Professor at Aston Business School and at UCL, and a Fellow of the International Association of Applied Psychology.
WHAT THIS SESSION COVERS
In this session Professor Ute Stephan talks about her research project on Entrepreneurship and COVID-19, and explains why the pandemic is disproportionately affecting women entrepreneurs. Also, she gives advice on what companies and the business community can do to reduce the impact of a similar situation occurring in the future.
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