The Conference Proceedings 2018
The 9th International Conference “Youth and Women Entrepreneurship in
Challenging International (Global) Business Environment” was held on 11 - 14
June 2018, in the Lighthouse Golf and SPA Resort, Black Sea, Bulgaria.
Participants represented a number of countries from several continents. As always, mention should first be made of the keynote speakers as follows:
All three panellists presented key points in entrepreneurship and SMEs, analysing the theoretical and applied aspects of education, specific features and problems in SMEs, and the odyssey of a woman a social entrepreneur.
These Conference Proceedings are limited to 15 papers grouped into four strands - with some of the other papers presented being directed to alternative publications. They discuss important themes in entrepreneurial theory and practice, such as: key aspects of women and youth entrepreneurship, the use of management methods and approaches in SMEs, the relationship between a subsidiary and the parent company, the digitization of entrepreneurial activity, the preparation of creative professionals, international preparation of entrepreneurs, and lesser-known approaches to business transfer in SMEs.
Undoubtedly, an important aspect of BAMDE Conference 2018 was the friendly
atmosphere which, based on participants' opinions, proved excellent for
networking and partnership - something upon which we put great emphasis.
The Table of Contents
Women and Youth Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurs in Latvia: Big Five Personality Model
and Women Entrepreneurship in Contemporary Russia: Tendencies, Challenges and
Characteristics of Motivation and Entrepreneurship’s Perception for Female
Participants in a Business Incubator
Gender, Age, Support and Performance of SMEs in a Transition Economy – Evidence
Links between Male and Female Entrepreneurship
Motivations for Copreneurship Within the Czech Republic Context
Comparing the Quality of Business Proposals of Male and Female Entrepreneurs
Asking for Angel Investment
Managerial Methods and Forms in SMEs
Strategic Changes along the Lifecycle of Small International Organizations. A
Case from Romania
Bulgarian Entrepreneur as a Manager –
Cultural Aspects Regarding the Management and Ownership Succession in Romanian
Small, Family-owned, Businesses
Other Aspects of Entrepreneurship and SMEs
Transmission of an SME to Its Employees. A New Opportunity for a New Generation?
Metrics for Analysis and Optimization of Business Pages for SMEs through
Note: Those who are interested to obtain the proceedings book, please contact the organisers.