Professor Ainurul Rosli specialises in SME growth programme development with special interest in small business scaleup strategies for impact.
She works on evidence-led enterprise social impact/value and co-creation initiatives to support SMEs; strategic agendas, including collaboration for digital adoption.
An enthusiastic ecosystem builder, who collaborates with industry players, policymakers, educators and researchers, she brings innovative methodologies in her impact research and consultancy work to help champion social value for small business competitiveness.
Prof. Rosli’s work has been instrumental in supporting the UK Government Funded Small Business Support programmes (Small Business Leadership, Help To Grow Management). In addition, she secured a grant from UKRI on SME digital footprint, where the findings enabled her to help shape the Help to Grow Digital initiatives.
She is a Social Innovation Movement NGO co-founder with functional expertise in social value and impact.
She is currently chairing the Practice and Impact Special Interest Group of the Institute of Small Business Enterprise (ISBE), UK.