Jacqueline Winstanley FRSA, CEO and Founder of Universal Inclusion and The Inclusive Entrepreneur Network, was a keynote speaker at the WOSAM 2020 Summit, held between 18th and 19th October 2020 where she showcased the resilience and innovation shown by inclusive entrepreneurs in the UK, particularly disabled entrepreneurs, as they faced the challenges posed by COVID19.
During her presentation, Jacqueline referenced the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Inclusive Entrepreneurship, of which Universal Inclusion is the Secretariat, and also included works by entrepreneurs within The Inclusive Entrepreneurs Network, which Jacqueline founded in 2013.
The World Summit on Startup, Entrepreneurship and MSME Development creates a world-class platform from which to present and discuss all the latest research and results of researchers and academicians related to Startups, Entrepreneurship, business and new ideas, all under one roof. During the two days, they shared their experiences, pros, and cons with the global community. This year, the focus was on how Startups, entrepreneurs and MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise) can overcome the obstacles in this COVID 19 pandemic.
The World Summit WOSAM-2020 was organized by World Startup and Incubation Council (WSIC) and World Entrepreneurs Association (WEA) and powered by Eudoxia Research Centre.