Director of Entrepreneurship, SFU Co-Champion, Technology Entrepreneurship@SFU Lecturer, Entrepreneurship & Innovation
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Sarah Lubik is a lecturer in Entrepreneurship & Innovation at Beedie, Co-Champion of the Technology Entrepreneurship@SFU Program and was appointed SFU's first Director of Entrepreneurship, aligning, supporting and accelerating entrepreneurship education and early stage incubation at SFU. She is also a mentor at SFU's Venture Connection incubator.
Dr. Lubik has published in leading technology management journals such as R&D Management, Technovation and Long Range Planning. Her research is currently focused on stimulating and supporting university-based entrepreneurship with a focus on interdisciplinary entrepreneurship and innovation, and commercialization. In 2013, she received the Dr. Theo Williamson Outstanding Paper Award by Emerald Publishing for “Market-pull and technology-push in manufacturing start-ups in emerging industries” published in the Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management.
Prior to joining the Beedie School of Business, Dr. Lubik worked in the Centre for Strategy and Performance at the Institute for Manufacturing at the University of Cambridge. She has also worked as a business coach, specializing in market analysis, and project manager and coordinator on a number of international European projects supporting start-up firms through incubation, finance and policy.
She is also actively involved in entrepreneurship, as a co-founder and Marketing Director of Lungfish Dive Systems.Dr. Lubik holds a BBA (honours) from SFU, concentrating in International Business and Marketing, as well as a masters and PhD from the University of Cambridge, where she was also NanoForum Fellow.
In 2014, Dr. Lubik was named one of Business in Vancouver's Top 40 Under 40. In 2016, Dr. Lubik was named one of ten Canadian Innovation Leaders assisting with the Government of Canada's Inclusive Innovation Agenda.
Univesity spin-outs, early-stage strategy formation, business models. commercialization of advanced technologies, partnerships, market selection, innovation ecosystems, and incubation.
Sarah Lubik; Elizabeth Garnsey
Early business model evolution in science-based ventures: The case of advanced materials
2016 | Long Range Planning. 49(3): 393-408
Elicia Maine; Sarah Lubik; Elizabeth Garnsey
Value creation strategies for science-based business: A study of advanced materials ventures
2013 | Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice. 15(1): 35-51
Sarah Lubik; Elizabeth Garnsey; Tim Minshall; Ken Platts
Value creation from the innovation environment: Partnership strategies from university spin-outs
2013 | R and D Management Journal. 43(2): 136-150
Sarah Lubik; Sirirat Lim; Ken Platts; Tim Minshall
Market-pull and technology-push in manufacturing start-ups in emerging industries
2013 | Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management. 24(1): 10-27
Sarah Lubik; Nicky Dee; Ken Platts; Tim Minshall
Succeeding in emerging industries: Handbook for manufacturing start-ups
Achieve more: The results
Sarah Lubik; Elizabeth Garnsey
Commercializing nanotechnology innovations from university spin-out companies
2008 | Nanotechnology Perceptions. 4: 225-238
Sarah Lubik; Elizabeth Chell; Elizabeth Garnsey; Mine Karatas-Özkan
Entrepreneurial innovation in science-based firms
2014 | Book Chapter, Textbook - New | Handbook of Research in Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Chapter 17:
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