Business Development for Social Sciences and Humanities 2021

Online, Hosted from Oxford, U.K.

11 – 14 May 2021

A 4-day international course on achieving societal impact through business development in the social sciences and humanities

AESIS proudly announces the third edition of the Oxford Course. This ambitious virtual course will feature leading experts involved with the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) who will demonstrate how to achieve societal impact of SSH through business development. The course will welcome at least 20-30 participants from around the world, and each session will be taught in an interactive manner and include collective exercises to stimulate discussion. Themes covered in the course include:

  • Making academic ideas ‘market-ready’
  • Organising public and private alliances
  • Setting up services such as consultancies
  • Integrating impact in research strategy

Benefits of the course:

  • 7 leading international experts to offer training in an intimate online setting
  • Hands-on exercises offering tools and insights to organising impact structures in your specific organisation
  • Interactive discussions with peers from all over the world
  • Certificate signed by the main trainers and AESIS upon course completion

More information may be found in the course programme...

AESIS also offers a companion workshop on Entrepreneurship and Innovation for PhD’s and Post-Docs, aimed at training PhD students and Post-doc researchers in the skills necessary for innovating and translating their research into entrepreneurial ventures.

 

To be guaranteed a spot, register before April 20th, 2021

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Partners

Confirmed trainers

Mark Mann

Mark Mann

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Oliver Cox

Oliver Cox

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Marc Sedam

Marc Sedam

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Julianne Pigott

Julianne Pigott

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Mikkel Rasmussen

Mikkel Rasmussen

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Adam Luqmani

Adam Luqmani

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Locations

virtual attendance, specific platform to be announced shortly

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