In 2011 and 2012, Professor Autio hosted two GEI Launch events at the Victoria and Albert Museum, attended by 100 academics, policy-makers and economists with a keen interest in how the UK can develop an effective culture of high-growth, high-value and sustainable entrepreneurship. To learn more about these events, please visit our dedicated event pages and download the briefing paper, prepared by Professor Autio, to explain how the Index works.
- The Economist, February 2011 – ‘Uncorking Enterprise’
- BBC World Service, March 2011
- Imperial College London Newspages, April 2012 – ‘UK in 14th place’
- Daily Telegraph, April 2012 – ‘UK Trails Belgium for Enterprise’
- Real Business, April 2012 – ‘Britain Ranked 14th Most Entrepreneurial Nation’
- Hindu Business Line, April 2012 – At 73, India Ranked Among the Worst in Global Entrepreneurial Performance’
- Management Today, April 2012 – ‘UK Comes 14th in Entrepeneurship’
- Business Zone, April 2012 – ‘UK Ranked 14th in League of Entrepreneurial Nations’
- Silicon India, April 2012 – ‘India Worst in Global Entrepreneurial Performance’
- NewsRoomAmerica, April 2014 – ‘USA Named Top in the World for Entrepreneurship’
- Daily Telegraph, June 2014 – ‘Generation of Primary School Entrepreneurs’
- Imperial College London Website – ‘UK Rises to Fourth Most Entrepreneurial Economy in the World’
In the podcast below, Professor Erkko Autio explains how the world can create one billion new jobs in the next ten years to listeners of the BBC World Service (2011).
The videos below summarise the 2012 GEI One Year On event, show David Willetts’s (then Minister for Universities and Science) introduction and a talk by Professor David Gann, Vice President Development and Innovation.