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Professor Vadim Grinevich

Professor of Innovation and Small Business Development
University of Bradford

Vadim Grinevich is Professor of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Innovation. Vadim’s key expertise is in the field of academic entrepreneurship, innovation and university-industry links. His research develops an inclusive approach which helps shed light on the nature and extent of entrepreneurial activities by academics with different intersectional profiles, from both STEM and non-STEM disciplines and across different types of universities. Vadim is also interested in digitally enabled sustainable entrepreneurship.

Before joining Bradford, Vadim has held key leadership roles. He was Head of Research at the Wolverhampton Business School. He led the Centre for Inclusive and Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Southampton Business School. He was also Faculty Director of Graduate School at Business, Law and Art & Social Sciences at the University of Southampton. Vadim is keen to use all his knowledge, experience and skills to help further enhance the profile of the entrepreneurship & innovation education and research at the School of Management, with particular emphasis on the co-creation of value for communities, individuals and organisations locally, nationally and internationally.

Vadim holds a PhD in Management Studies from the University of Cambridge where he was a Cambridge Overseas Trust Scholar. He was a Regional Research Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars at Washington, D.C., and held research positions at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, Cambridge-MIT Institute and Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies. He was lecturing at the University of Suffolk, and remains a Visiting Professor at the University of Southampton.

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