From the research, the partners will develop a Masters level course in Entrepreneurship with a specific focus on SME family business sustainability issues. During the project, the partners will develop online resources to enable students to complement the classroom based teaching and embed work-based learning periods into the course.
So far, the programme has been successfully introduced to the academic public at Budapest Business School's Annual Research Days event, which aimed to introduce more academia and research groups to each other and all university citizens. Moreover, learnings have been shared at conferences internationally. For instance, lessons were shared at the 40th Anniversary Conference of the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) Conference in Belfast, and as a result of the work and other associated projects, the ISBE’s Special Interest Group (SIG) in Family Business was launched to inform policy and practice.