interactive, discussion, entrepreneurship, research

EPOC: How your skills as a research scientist are useful in business

On the 15th March, we’re delighted to host Dr. Lianne Taylor for an interactive discussion on how your skills as a research scientist are useful in business and entrepreneurship.

Dr Lianne Taylor will present her own entrepreneurial research, practical experience and academic benchmarking to help your own decision-making, risk awareness, biases and opportunity recognition as you consider the next steps with your ideas and innovations.

The talk will be followed by a networking session with food and drinks.

Dr Lianne Taylor is Chartered Organizational psychologist, business founder, author and Academic. Her experience and research expertise includes organizational behaviour, entrepreneurship and enterprise, cognition, systems thinking, succession, organizational plasticity and growth. Lianne ran her own organic beauty product business with international distribution and manufacturing. She later worked as a Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director (Centre for Enterprise Development and Research), Course leader MBA Qatar and MSc Entrepreneurial Management. Lord Ashcroft International Business School, Cambridge. Presently, she is undertaking research on Entrepreneurial Capital and Succession for a technology company based in Cambridge and is Academic Supervisor for The Judge Business School on their PG Diploma in Entrepreneurship. Lianne’s current business is a global think tank called