Many congratulations to the presenters who were awarded Best in Track at IEEC2023. Thank you to our Track Chairs for their support and expertise. 

Track 1: Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education Research
(Chairs: Breda O’Dwyer, Andreas Walmsley)

Threshold Concepts of Entrepreneurship in Creative Industries
Dr Berrbizne Urzelai, University of the West of England; Dr Lucy Hatt, Newcastle University; Dr. Patricia Carracedo, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

Track 2: Extra and Co-curricular Enterprise Education
(Chairs: Emma Forouzan, Ruth Rowe)

Customer Discovery – Practicing what we preach in Enterprise Education
Alison Gray, Skillfluence Ltd; Dr Chelsea Brain, Northumbria University; Joanne Hagerty, Skillfluence Ltd

Track 3: Supporting Start-up, Growth and Scale-up
(Chairs: Kelly Jordan, Angus Phillips)

Neurodiversity and Enterprise Education: how do we best allow our neurodivergent students to shine?
Rob Edwards, Neurodiversity & Entrepreneurship Association; Dr Lorna Treanor, Nottingham University

Track 4: Sustainability and the Role of Enterprise Education
(Chairs: Kelly Smith, Christopher Moon)

Social-Ecological Innovation for Sustainable Transitions: frontiers and opportunities
Matteo Giusti, Institute for Sustainability, University of Surrey

Track 5: Enterprise for the Future of Work
(Chairs: Will Pritchard, Emilee Simmons)

Preparing Students for Portfolio Careers by Addressing Issues of Identity in Enterprise Education for ‘Accidental’ Entrepreneurs
Sally Charles & Candace Elson, Robert Gordon University

Track 6: Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Teaching and Curriculum
(Track 6a Chairs: Lauren Caple, Richard Tunstall)

Towards a culturally aware model for Creative Enterprise education
Siân Prime, Goldsmiths; Adrian De La Court, Goldsmiths

(Track 6b Chairs: Mhairi Threlfall, Carrianne Wallace)

Curriculum co-creation with EntreComp: Using EntreComp to collaboratively co-create the new Welsh curriculum, Successful Futures, locally, in, with and for the community
Hazel Israel, International Institute of Creative Entrepreneurial Development (IICED), UWTSD

Shaping the future of learning with AI supported thinking journeys
Paul Ranson & Dr Felicity Healey Benson, University of Wales Trinity Saint David