Upcoming conferences

External Enablement of Entrepreneurship

External Enablement of Entrepreneurship workshop will take place on March16th and 17th at Jönköping International Business School in Sweden. The first JIBS workshop on ‘External Enablement of Entrepreneurship’ provides a unique platform for researchers to engage in comprehensive discussion and knowledge sharing about the ‘external enabler’ construct and framework. The workshop brings together ‘external enabler’ experts and scholars interested in applying the framework to provide feedback on current research projects and learn how to position and develop research on external enablers. In addition, participants will have the chance to pitch early-stage research ideas and receive feedback on their current projects.

 

Speakers, Sharks, and Panel Guests

  • Per Davidsson, Jönköping International Business School, Queensland University of Technology
  • Sara Carter, University of Glasgow
  • Philipp Schade, University of Gießen
  • Friederike Welter, University of Siegen
  • Andreas Kuckertz and Sebastian Hinderer, University of Hohenheim

Submission process

  1. Abstract – 150-200 words (Pitch an early-stage research idea, and receive expert advice on how to take your research further)
  2. Extended Abstract – 600-800 words (Present an ‘external enablement of entrepreneurship’ project or a project on environmental change that you think of framing as external enablement, and receive expert advice on how to take your research further)

The deadline for applications is February 24th. You can apply to be part of the workshop and submit your abstract via this link: https://forms.gle/x8VizeTMhptrM3nm7

If we get more submission than we can make room for, we will select based on merit. We aim to notify about acceptance to the workshop by March 1.

For further information contact Madeleine Meurer : madeleine.meurer@ju.se

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23rd-24th May 2023

This two-day symposium will offer opportunities to present, discuss, learn about, and reflect on the complex relationship between sustainability and digitization. The symposium will include keynote contribution from special guests Stephanie Kunkel (Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies Potsdam) and David Tyfield (Lancaster University) and Stephen Vasconcellos, founder and Director of the regenerative business network “Positive”.

Venue:

The symposium is hosted by the Media, Management and Transformation Centre, Jönköping International Business School. This is a hybrid event and will take place on campus (Jönköping, Sweden) and online via zoom (zoom link will be sent to registered participants).

Overview of Important Dates

  • 31st March Submission Deadline
  • 17th April Notification of acceptance
  • Symposium registration open
  • 8th May Final program published
  • 12th May Symposium registration closes
  • 23-24th May Symposium

For further information contact Symposium host :

Mark Edwards

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External Enablement of Entrepreneurship

External Enablement of Entrepreneurship workshop will take place on March16th and 17th at Jönköping International Business School in Sweden. The first JIBS workshop on ‘External Enablement of Entrepreneurship’ provides a unique platform for researchers to engage in comprehensive discussion and knowledge sharing about the ‘external enabler’ construct and framework. The workshop brings together ‘external enabler’ experts and scholars interested in applying the framework to provide feedback on current research projects and learn how to position and develop research on external enablers. In addition, participants will have the chance to pitch early-stage research ideas and receive feedback on their current projects.

Speakers, Sharks, and Panel Guests

  • Per Davidsson, Jönköping International Business School, Queensland University of Technology
  • Sara Carter, University of Glasgow
  • Philipp Schade, University of Gießen
  • Friederike Welter, University of Siegen
  • Andreas Kuckertz and Sebastian Hinderer, University of Hohenheim

Submission process

  1. Abstract – 150-200 words (Pitch an early-stage research idea, and receive expert advice on how to take your research further)
  2. Extended Abstract – 600-800 words (Present an ‘external enablement of entrepreneurship’ project or a project on environmental change that you think of framing as external enablement, and receive expert advice on how to take your research further)

The deadline for applications is February 24th. You can apply to be part of the workshop and submit your abstract via this link: https://forms.gle/x8VizeTMhptrM3nm7

If we get more submission than we can make room for, we will select based on merit. We aim to notify about acceptance to the workshop by March 1.