I’m creating a new entrepreneurship policy blog, related to my PhD research in innovation and entrepreneurship policy, and nation systems of entrepreneurship.
Julian Huppert and Matthew Cleevely are proud to present our Entrepreneurship Charter for Cambridge in which sets out six goals for government to encourage entrepreneurship, alongside specific policy recommendations.
This document is the culmination of our research. It represents the current opinions of Cambridge entrepreneurs and academics, on how the government can best encourage entrepreneurship.
The publication of the Entrepreneurship Charter has been delayed for a short period to ensure that the large volume of comments can be fully integrated into the document.
Here is our ‘Entrepreneurship Charter, Consultation Document‘, which sets out our vision for future entrepreneurship policy and asks for your input.
The purpose of the final Charter document is to set out how government can help Cambridge’s entrepreneurs of tomorrow, what entrepreneurs want and need from government, and how public policy can best support entrepreneurs to enable them to build the leading institutions of the 21st Century.
We are keen to receive as much feedback as possible and hope that you will take the time to respond.
4th February: Consultation document: Entrepreneurship Charter for Cambridge
18th February: Consultation period closes
23rd February: Entrepreneurship Charter for Cambridge
Please send submissions to the consultation to:
Dr Julian HuppertMember of Parliament for Cambridge
How would you encourage entrepreneurship in Cambridge?
This site is going to be used for gathering ideas on what and how government can encourage entrepreneurship in Cambridge.