As a follow-up of the presentation of my mixed-methods mapping work at the Paris School of Business, I have been invited to come talk at the Bremen University. They hosted a two-day workshop the 18th and 19th of July completely devoted to research inquiries in Startup Ecosystems with an obvious focus on the question of locality. More information on the conference here and my presentation can be accessed here. A short context:
The discussion on entrepreneurial ecosystems has reached increasing attention from researchers, policy makers and practitioners mainly due to the enormous impact of entrepreneurial ecosystems on their regional economic well-being. Despite the increasing interest in this topic, many questions remain open. The workshop on urban startup ecosystems aims at establishing a platform for researchers to discuss recent issues of entrepreneurial ecosystems and a possible research agenda, to connect researchers, to create partnerships, and to jointly find answers to open questions in ecosystem research.