PrintLSE Entrepreneurship launched in 2014 to understand and promote the potential of entrepreneurship for driving change around the globe. Our activities are designed to help shape the debate on entrepreneurship’s impact on public policy and the thinking on entrepreneurship’s potential to effect social change.

Our blog will be our online place to continue the conversations that we begin at our lectures, seminars and networking events. We welcome contribution from students and academics of all disciplines, as well from our guest speakers, entrepreneurs and other contributors.

If you would like to contribute a post, please email with a synopsis of your idea and brief biography telling us about you and your experience in the field.

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 Contributing to the LSE Entrepreneurship blog

The LSE Entrepreneurship blog is run by the LSE Entrepreneurship team, with guest contributions from entrepreneurs, academics and LSE alumni. If you would like to contribute, please email with your idea and we will get back to you shortly.

Comments policy

We welcome debate and hope that many of you will contribute your opinions by commenting on our blog posts.

Comments must be relevant to the post’s topic, constructively contribute to the debate (even if they are critical) and do not constitute personal attacks on any other contributors to the site. We moderate all comments, so there will be a short delay between you submitting your comment and it appearing on the site, and we reserve the right to refuse to post comments that are abusive.