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- Published: January 1, 2001
Published 2001 (ISBN 1 902488 17 2) Price £9.95
A seminar held on 19th May 1999 – the first of a series of three seminars on the New Entrepreneurs. The seminar was opened by Michael Wills MP, who outlined the Government’s approach to knowledge-based entrepreneurship. Edwin Moses described the origins and growth of Oxford Asymmetry, distinguished between knowledge and know-how entrepreneurs, and suggested some ways in which both could be encouraged. Tim Carrigan of NoHo Digital asked why companies on the Yahoo or Amazon scale were not found in Britain. Charles Leadbeater offered a more general perspective on knowledge entrepreneurs, summarising the results of some recent research.