Visiting professor presents research done in lockdown

Professor Wilson Ng, Visiting Professor in Regent's Entrepreneurship & Family Business Research Centre, has had his work accepted at three prestigious conferences this year.

He is giving a keynote presentation on 'opportunity formation among visually-impaired entrepreneurs' at the US Diversity & Inclusion Research Conference (DIRC) in November. The conference was planned to be held in New York, but is now being held online due to travel restrictions.
This will follow an earlier presentation at the British Academy of Management annual conference in September on 'do-it-yourself laboratories as integration-based ecosystems'. The conference was due to be held in Manchester.
Prior to this, Wilson presents at the Academy of Management's 80th Annual Conference (AOM) in August on 'soft' family influence without ownership: the 'goodness' of consanguineous managers following a loss of 'hard' shareholding control. The conference was being held in Vancouver.
Wilson invites any staff or students to liaise with him on entrepreneurial and family business issues such as diversity, ecosystems, soft skills or other areas of interest. You can contact him at [email protected]