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Portrait of Linus Brunnström
Linus Brunnström, Doctor in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management, has evaluated the Maritime Bohuslän project.
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Effects of coaching and the pandemic on local marine entrepreneurship

Sustainability and environment
Society and economy

How have businesses in the maritime sector managed during the Pandemic? Can coaching actually help grow blue businesses? In this Sea and Society Talk Linus Brunnström presents an evaluation of the project Maritime Bohuslän.

Webinar
Date
7 Oct 2021
Time
12:05 - 13:00
Location
Zoom webinar
Cost
No fee
Registration deadline
7 October 2021

Participants
Linus Brunnström, Doctor in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management of Intellectual Assets, University of Gothenburg.
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In english
Organizer
Centre for Sea and Society
Registration is closed.

About the speaker

Linus Brunnström is a Doctor in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management of Intellectual Assets at the University of Gothenburg.  He has evaluated the Maritime Bohuslän project that aimed at supporting entrepreneurship in Bohuslän. He will present potential research outcomes of the project and discuss how universities can engage with society by evaluating large bipartisan projects.

About the project

The project Maritime Bohuslän was a three year project that focused on development of maritime science tourism, transport and marine food in Bohuslän, Sweden. The project is based around an innovation arena fostering collaboration between companies, researchers and public actors.

Video (03:26)
Maritim utveckling Bohuslän
Learn more about the project Maritime Bohuslän (Maritim utveckling Bohuslän). In Swedish.

About Sea and Society Talks

Sea and Society Talks  is a lunch seminar series organized by Centre for sea and society focusing on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The seminars link goal 14 "Life below water" with the other 16 goals. 

https://gu-se.zoom.us/j/63941833335