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Galina Shirokova, Professor at the Department of Management at HSE University-St Petersburg, has worked alongside international researchers to identify the role of social circles and cultural values in the success of young businesswomen. They found that support within a group increases the chances of women engaging in entrepreneurship.
For more than six months, HSE University-St Petersburg students have been studying the attitude of young people aged from 18 to 24 toward luxury brands. Guided by the lecturers of the Master's programme 'Arts and Culture Management', eight Master's students and three Bachelor's students conducted three large stages of research on the young audience: in-depth interview, survey and experiment. The research resulted in the portrait of the potential luxury brands consumer among the youth. Read more about the research results.
The results of the Russian part of the Global University Entrepreneurial Spirit Students' Survey (GUESSS 2021) have been published. It found that Russian students show interest in entrepreneurship more often and think about starting their own business five years after graduation. Galina Shirokova, Professor at the School of Economics and Management, Director of the Centre for Strategic Entrepreneurship, told us about other trends in the sphere of entrepreneurship.
Conference 'Transformation of Business Models in Art and Culture during a Crisis' - HSE University in St. Petersburg and Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Milan)
The Master Programme of Arts and Culture Management, HSE University, St. Petersburg and Master Programme of Arts Management, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, held the «Transformation of Business Models in Art and Culture during a Crisis» conference on 19 November 2020.
The conference is designed to bring together practitioners and students to debate the current trends in the arts and culture sectors. Practitioners from St.Petersburg (Faberge museum, Capella, Alexandinskiy Theatre New Stage, Street Art Museum will participate) and Milan (Milano Musica association, Negri-Clemente law firm (TBC), Cape Town Art Fair, Giò Pomodoro archive) shared their experience dealing with the situation during the pandemic.
The Track is designed to bring together researchers and PhD students to debate the current trends in the Arts and Culture sectors.