Enterprise for everyone
The Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs is for anyone who is thinking about starting or already running their own business, those who support them and those employed in innovative and entrepreneurial businesses.
Our purpose is to support our members in developing and continuously improving their enterprising skills allowing them to maximise both their personal potential and their wider contribution to the growth and success of UK PLC.
We have more than 30,000 members from across the spectrum of enterprise activity – students who have yet to start a business, entrepreneurs in the early stages of running their business, business owners looking to grow their business, managers working in an enterprising way, mentors and support professionals, and recognised learning providers.
We offer enterprise related training and qualifications, enterprise events and enterprise resources working with a range of private and public sector partners and delivering through a network of Centres of Enterprise Excellence and Enterprise Academies.
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Enterprise and Mentoring Monthly
Best Practice Workshop for the Enterprise CommunityJuly 18th, 2016
SFEDI and the IOEE have recently hosted a number of workshops presenting the new enterprise and entrepreneurship educator standards which were developed in partnership by SFEDI and Enterprise Educators UK. The development of the standards drew upon the experience and … Continued
Best Practice Workshops – New Anglia Growth HubJuly 11th, 2016
SFEDI and the IOEE held a workshop last week to present the new enterprise and entrepreneurship educator standards which were developed in partnership by SFEDI and Enterprise Educators UK. The standards which were extensively researched and compiled using the experience … Continued
Deserved recognition for IOEE Centre of Excellence staffJuly 5th, 2016
Last month, London South Bank University held its annual staff awards. We were thrilled to hear that not one, but two staff, from the university’s Business School were recognised for their efforts. London South Bank University’s Business School became an … Continued