Sarah Lubik is a lecturer in innovation and entrepreneurship at SFU’s Beedie School of Business and the director of entrepreneurship for SFU (reporting to the vice-president, research). She is currently focused on stimulating and supporting university-based entrepreneurship, especially interdisciplinary entrepreneurship and innovation. In her research she’s particularly interested in early-stage strategy formation, partnerships, market selection, innovation ecosystems and incubation.
Previously, Lubik was with the Centre for Strategy and Performance at the Institute for Manufacturing (University of Cambridge). She also worked as a business coach, specializing in market analysis, and as project manager and coordinator for a number of international European projects that supported startup firms through incubation. She is actively involved in entrepreneurship herself as the marketing director of Lungfish Dive Systems.
Sarah is an advisor for the Social Innovation Certificate program.