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GEN Confreat attendees win Best Paper Awards at the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference

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Dr Angela Carradus receiving award for  Best Paper in Family Business track

Congratulations to GEN members and Confreat attendees, Dr Angela Carradus, Nermin Elkafrawi and Annie Roos, who won best paper awards at last week’s ISBE conference in Birmingham.

Angela’s paper, titled ‘Creating a Copreneurial drama: Looking through a dramaturgical lens to interpret copreneurial start-up’, won best paper in the Family Business conference track.

Nermin and Annie’s paper, written with colleagues from the University of Huddersfield,  won the Best Early Career Research paper. Their paper was titled ‘Strong structuration theory: A way to further conceptualize entrepreneurship research’.

All three attended this year’s GEN confreat in Denmark, organised by Professor Helle Neegaard and developed these winning papers while they were there.

We are really pleased that they have been recognised and to have played some part in their success.

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Nermin Elkafrawi receiving award for Best Early Career Researcher Paper