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Welcome to the Five Challenges Podcast Series

    Response to MSc Research Findings from Katherine Parsons

    The Foundation worked with Katherine during her MSc/PhD research into the “I am who I say I am?” – Identity negotiation in an entrepreneurship development…

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      Understanding Entrepreneurial Identities

      During the period between October 2018 and June 2019, I undertook a number of ‘narrative’ interviews with the 2018/2019 cohort of the Alacrity programme through…

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        Identity hangover – hanging on to our previous roles in the present

        Tags; identity; roles; Entrepreneurs as founders of their own companies are well-known for their psychological attachment to their business - their ‘baby’. Often seeing their…

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        “Who am I”? – Understanding the identities we inhabit

            Entrepreneurs have been type-cast as in it for the money.   Type ‘successful entrepreneur’ into a google image search and you will be…

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          Introducing our research collaboration with Katherine Parsons, Cardiff Business School

          “It’s not purely academic” … bringing business and research together….   Katherine has previously worked in Management Development and Organisational Learning roles across both the…

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          The four-point plan to prevent meltdown of the UK’s vital tech start-up sector

          Article first posted on Business Live By Sion Barry Media Wales Business Editor   Valuable article from our Chairman Prof Simon Gibson and his views…

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          Alacrity – From Year Zero

            Written by Dr. Wil Williams, Alacrity Foundation CEO. A great deal has happened since 2013, the Alacrity Foundation’s year zero.  It could be argued,…

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          What’s been happening at Alacrity?

          At Alacrity, we combine graduate entrepreneurs with world-class mentors to create the next generation of tech companies. The first 18 weeks of the programme have…

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