This extraordinary year has posed unprecedented challenges and will change the way we behave, learn, innovate and conduct business. Despite the fact that big life changing events inevitably reshape our long-term thinking, values and behaviours, there is also the danger of becoming stuck. Time will tell how much change we will see and what those changes will actually be. But seeing as the future starts in times of crisis, let’s roll up our sleeves and try to help by sharing best practices.
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You are cordially invited to submit your research papers for presentation consideration at the 8th annual entrepreneurship conference that will take place on 8 October 2020 in Ülemiste City, Tallinn, Estonia.
Papers submitted to the conference can be short research papers that highlight the applicability of previous research findings to professionals, make available early research findings or survey results, or offer entrepreneurial insights. We also welcome submissions of detailed business case studies.
The scientific and organising committee welcomes submissions in the following areas:
Submission deadline for conference paper (2000-3000 words) is 3 August 2020.
Conference papers must be submitted by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can use the same email address to contact the organising committee.
All research papers for presentations will be reviewed by the International Scientific Committee and the authors will be notified of the acceptance decision by 18 August 2020. Papers accepted for the conference will be published electronically.
Papers accepted for the conference will be published in the conference proceedings, subject to author registration and peer review.
Mait Rungi, D.Sc.
Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences
Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences in cooperation with Ülemiste City
How To Avoid Getting Stuck In Today’s World
October 8, 2020
Ülemiste City, Tallinn, Estonia
Ülemiste City is The Place where future happens. It’s the largest Smart City in the Baltics and the biggest privately-owned business campus in Northern Europe.