On 12 September Özge Öner was awarded the Young Researcher Award and in conjunction with this gave a lecture about her research. Topics revolved around the geographical importance of entrepreneurship and how entrepreneurship can contribute to successful integration. Commentators included Elisabet Elmsäter Vegsö, Swedish Trade Federation and Svenska stadskärnor as well as Christer Östlund, The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise.
Vad betyder platsen för entreprenörskapet?
Publicerat av Entreprenörskapsforum Torsdag 12 september 2019
Özge Öner, University of Cambridge, was awarded the Young Researcher Award for her research about the geographical aspects of entrepreneurship (e.g. in retail), entrepreneurship among foreign-born, and the role of local institutions for the business environment. The Award is bestowed annually to a young promising researcher that has distinguished themselves within the area of entrepreneurship and small business. The prize is accompanied by a sum of 150 000 SEK, donated by Triton Advisers (Sweden) AB.
The geographical aspects of entrepreneurship remain fundamental, despite increasing digitalization. Success begets success, failure begets failure, and entrepreneurship begets entrepreneurship, said Öner during her presentation.
Martin Andersson and Özge Öner