On Wednesday 21 October 2015, Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum organized a workshop with focus on entrepreneurial activity, attitude and ambition in Europe, China and the US at the World Entrepreneurship Forum in Hangzhou, China. What are the similarities and differences between Europe, China and the US in terms of level of entrepreneurial activity, ambition of entrepreneurs in terms of growth, internalization and innovation, and the attitudes towards entrepreneurship? And what are the policy implications? The latest findings results of Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) was presented along with a closer look at different types of entrepreneurship.
Time：15:00-17:00，21 Oct. 2015
Venue：Dragon hotel, Hangzhou
Organizer：Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum, World Entrepreneurship Forum
Pontus Braunerhjelm, Research Director at Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum and Professor at KTH Royal Institute of economics
Mike Cao, United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) Officer responsible for research and strategic planning in smart agriculture and food safety demo zone project in China.
Johan Eklund, Managing Director at Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum and Professor at Jönköping International Business School
Eliot Gattegno, Director, Center for Innovation, Design, and Entrepreneurship; Associate Professor, School of Management and Economics
Daniel Wiberg, Chief Economist at Swedish Federation of Business Owners