Dr Rosemarie Kay presented two papers at this year's Interdisciplinary Annual Conference on Entrepreneurship, Innovation and SMEs (G-Forum) in Darmstadt end of September. She spoke on "Public childcare provision – a key to increasing women's start-up activities?" in the session "Gender Entrepreneurship", which she also chaired. In the "Part-time Entrepreneurship" session, she reported her team's research findings regarding the social risk protection of hybrid self-employed.
Olga Suprinovič chaired the "Open Topics" session and presented empirical results on "Underage Entrepreneurship. Dr Sebastian Nielen explained in his presentation why it was advantageous during the Corona crisis if companies were already innovative before the pandemic. He also chaired the session "Innovation Process".