We are interested in how individuals and organisations can bring novelty into their markets to create benefits at a business and societal level.
Centre for Research on Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CREI)
Exploring how enterprising individuals and organisations use innovation to create value.
What role does 'likability' play in the allocation of funding by development banks, and how can entrepreneurs use this to their advantage?
Daniela Defazio talks about her latest study on crowdfunding platforms
Professor Orietta Marsili talks about the School's Athena SWAN accreditation
Professor Ammon Salter's latest publication shows how ‘dual networking’ can drive productivity.
A new report from Ammon Salter for the National Centre for Universities and Business looks at the changing state of business-university interactions.
Dimo Dimov’s research was used to create the Social Enterprise and Innovation Programme, which helped generate £3.3 million of investment in the South West
Researchers from the School of Management have helped to develop a new online platform that connects charities with would-be investors.
Professor Dimo Dimov took part in a DRUID debate on 'Design thinking'.
Reflections on a workshop organised by CREI and Copenhagen Business School
The Centre for Research on Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CREI) is the specialist research centre at Bath focused on innovation and entrepreneurship.
Our PHD students explain why they chose Bath, and talk about what it's like to be part of the Centre for Research on Entrepreneurship and Innovation.