Mission of the Conference
The Conference’s mission is to get together professionals in the field from
science, teaching, practice and policy makers to exchange opinions,
problems, good practices.
Who should attend
- Doctoral students/students
General (panel) and specific (in sessions) topics will be discussed during
the Conference. Among them will be:
- Theories of Entrepreneurship: roots and modern reflections
- The Successful Entrepreneurs Today: How they behave?
- The Practice of Entrepreneurship: Does it change over the years?
- Youth Entrepreneurship
- Women Entrepreneurship
- Art and Creative Entrepreneurship
- Corporate Entrepreneurship
- International Entrepreneurship
- Social Entrepreneurship
- Family Entrepreneurship
- Innovations and Innovative Entrepreneurship
- Technology-based Entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurship for a Sustainable Environment
- Entrepreneurship Support Policies and Programmes
- Entrepreneurship Education and Training
- Ethnic and Minority Entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurial Management
- Entrepreneurial Finance
- Entrepreneurial Marketing and Networking
The above subtopics are indicative. The participants could also prepare
presentations in close or interdisciplinary areas.
In the frame of the conference there will be organised:
- Round table ‘Science – Practice’ led by Prof. Ken O’Neill, Professor
Emeritus of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development at University of
Ulster, UK, the first person in the UK awarded The Queen’s Award for
Enterprise Promotion – Lifetime Achievement Award.
- Workshop: How to get published in renowned international journals; the
do's and don'ts. Led by Prof. David Smallbone, Small Business Research
Centre, Kingston University, Lon-don, United Kingdom, Past President of the
International Council for Small Business (ICSB)
- Meetings with institutions/policy-makers and firms.
The international journals in which the best papers presented and approved by
reviewers will be directed for publications will be announced with the Second