Proud winners at this year's RENT conference!
Being Europe's largest entrepreneurship conference, RENT attracted a total of 260 participants from 26 different countries. The purpose of the conference was to highlight the relevance in entrepreneurship research and included issues such as: What research is needed in entrepreneurship?, How can representatives from the state and municipality work together with entrepreneurs and researchers to create more relevant knowledge?, and How can that knowledge be used better in society?
During the conference, several participant was awarded for their contribution to research and science. Sten K. Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship is especially proud to announce the award winners Ziad El-Awad and Anna Brattström for ISBJ's award "Challenging the conventional wisdom in Entrepreneurship" for their paper "Dysfunctional heterogenity: a process model of learning in cognitively heterogeneous teams" and Tanya Kolyaka who was awarded the ECSB's 'Best case award' with the case study "Pulling by bootstraps".