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Entrepreneurship and Wellbeing

28 November 2018

When prompted, please use survey code 'CFP18' on the front page of the survey. We are conducting research on entrepreneurship and well-being for a PhD project by Jennifer Agwunobi. Notably, the objective of this study is to understand and explore how entrepreneurship affects well-being in the digital context. Your participation may help contribute to new information on entrepreneurial well-being in research and practice. The online questionnaire will take approximately 20 - 25 mins to complete.

Requirements

  • Entrepreneur
  • OR Intrapreneur (entrepreneurial employee)

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All answers will be anonymised and treated in the strictest confidence. The information will only be used for this research. Your participation may help contribute to new information on entrepreneurial well-being in research and practise. You have the right to withdraw at any time.

About the researcher

Jennifer did her first degree in BSc (Hons) Economics where she graduated at the age of 20, she then went on to do a Masters in 2014/15 where she received a Distinction in MSc Marketing, she was also the founding president of the UEA Entrepreneurs Society and UEA Fashion Society during her masters. Jennifer went on to work at Uber in Marketing and Partnership alongside running her blogs and then started a PhD at Loughborough University London where she is currently researching Entrepreneurship and Wellbeing in the Digital Economy. She’s also launching a few businesses including ‘hairgoals’ – a simple, sassy and sustainable high-tech start up and literally need, a fashtech company that gives back! She has a deep passion for wellbeing and helping others hence her PhD topic on entrepreneurship and wellbeing in the digital economy, with intersectionality as a theoretical lens.

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