Domhan Vision publishes journal article on Corporate Social Entrepreneurship

We are pleased to inform that the article "Is Corporate Social Entrepreneurship a (So Far) Missed Opportunity for Higher Education Institutions? Evidence from Germany" has been published in the Sustainability Journal as part of the Special Issue Social Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Business. Available online in the following links.Abstract: https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/13/24/13965PDF...

Embrace Blog Post – Industry Focus III

by Carmel Somers - Digital Technology Skills Limited (DTSL) The third in a series of blog posts which looks at Corporate Social Entrepreneurship as the end point of a journey which begins with Corporate Social Responsibility. Corporate Social Entrepreneurship (CSE) is 'a way of doing business' so that all staff in any given...

Embrace Blog Post – Industry Focus II

by Carmel Somers - Digital Technology Skills Limited (DTSL) The second in a series of blog posts which looks at Corporate Social Entrepreneurship as the end point of a journey which begins with Corporate Social Responsibility. Corporate Social Entrepreneurship (CSE) is 'a way of doing business' so that all staff in any given...

Embrace Blog Post – Industry Focus

by Digital Technology Skills Limited (DTSL) The first in a series of blog posts which looks at Corporate Social Entrepreneurship as the end point of a journey which begins with Corporate Social Responsibility. Corporate Social Entrepreneurship (CSE) is 'a way of doing business' so that all staff in any given organisation (public, private...

EMBRACE project presented at the International Scientific Conference “Contemporary Issues in Business, Management and Economics Engineering”

The EMBRACE project was presented during the International Scientific Conference “Contemporary Issues in Business, Management and Economics Engineering” which is hosted by VilniusTech University (Lithuania). The Conference was held on May 13-14, online.  The EMBRACE was presented in two sections. Firstly, on 13th- exploratory results derived from WP3...