I joined the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship in early 2014, firstly as a Research Associate and then as a Lecturer. In 2018, I was appointed as the departmental Director of Undergraduate Teaching. I primarily teach 'new venture creation' and other topics related to entrepreneurial growth strategies. I have coordinated teaching provision at undergraduate, postgraduate, and MBA levels, as well as in conjunction with a range of external partners.
My research interests encompass high-growth entrepreneurship, enterprise policy, and digital entrepreneurship (specifically digital platforms, the collaborative economy, and blockchain-enabled business models). My research work has been published in leading outlets such as "Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice" and "Journal of Business Venturing".