10 entrepreneurial lessons from 20 years of research

Welcome to the open Estrad lectures, organized by ESBRI.

In the fall of 1997, Professor William B. Gartner (Bill) came to Stockholm to give the first ever Estrad lecture. Now, 20 years later, he joins us once again to talk about what has happened in entrepreneurship scholarship and practice since then. Professor Gartner will list his top 10 lessons learned from 20 years of research. All with practical relevance for entrepreneurs. He will cover topics such as:

  • What entrepreneurs can do to increase their chances of success
  • Why the rates of entrepreneurship are declining in the U.S.
  • How and why financial and human capital make a significant difference in success at starting and growing businesses In addition, Bill Gartner will speculate about the possibilities and challenges for entrepreneurial activity and research in the upcoming years. Don’t miss this opportunity to future proof your entrepreneurship!