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Oct 19-20, 2022    Paris, France

International Conference on Global Entrepreneurship and Business Management

Longdom Conferences extends our immense pleasure and honor to invite you to attend International Conference on Global Entrepreneurship and Business Management  on Oct 19-20 in Paris, France. Entrepreneurship Conference mainly focuses on the theme “Business Opportunities: Innovation and the Most Recent Trends” The agenda will address some of the major issues related to Entrepreneurship and its related subjects to establish a connection for exchanging ideas. Our conference agenda is to present keynote talks, plenary sessions, discussion panels, Poster Presentations, symposia, young researcher’s forum, video Presentations, and Workshops.

Scientific Sessions:

Entrepreneurship Conference is comprised of various tracks and sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in the field of Business.

Sessions 1 : Business Management

Entrepreneurship Conference says about the managing the coordination and organization of business activities. This typically includes the engenderment of materials, mazuma, and machines, and involves both innovation and marketing. Management is in charge of orchestrating, organizing, directing, and controlling the business's resources so they can meet the objectives of the policy. Managers and directors have the responsibility and power to look over an enterprise and make decisions. The management size can be anything from a single person in an organization to thousands of managers in companies that are in different nations.

Keywords: Global Entrepreneurship | Business Management | E-Business  | Entrepreneurship perspectives | Business Opportunity’s | Entrepreneurship | Management Trends| Entrepreneurship Benefits | Business Trends | Global Marketing| E-Learning | Innovative Industries

Sessions 2 : Global Marketing

Entrepreneurship Conference Conference says about the Ecumenical marketing is essential for modern businesses. In an era where businesses (both astronomically immense and minuscule) can sell and ship their products and accommodations to consumers across the globe within a matter of days, it can be facile to forget how markets functioned afore the digital age and the innovations in conveyance. Global marketing involves orchestrating, engendering, placing, and promoting a business’ products or accommodations in the ecumenical market.

Keywords: Global Entrepreneurship | Business Management | E-Business  | Entrepreneurship perspectives | Business Opportunity’s | Entrepreneurship | Management Trends| Entrepreneurship Benefits | Business Trends | Global Marketing| E-Learning | Innovative Industries

Sessions 3 : E-Business

Entrepreneurship Conference Conference describes about the E-commerce, additionally kenned as electronic commerce or internet commerce, refers to the buying and selling of goods or accommodations utilizing the cyber world, and the transfer of mazuma and data to execute these transactions. There are six rudimental types of e-commerce, Business-to-Business (B2B), Business-to-Consumer (B2C), Consumer-to-Consumer (C2C), Consumer-to-Business (C2B), Business-to-Administration (B2A) and Consumer-to-Administration (C2A) — and all of them represent a different purchasing dynamic. B2G is the online exchange of information and transactions between businesses and regime agencies, additionally kenned as e-government.


Keywords: Global Entrepreneurship | Business Management | E-Business  | Entrepreneurship perspectives | Business Opportunity’s | Entrepreneurship | Management Trends| Entrepreneurship Benefits | Business Trends | Global Marketing| E-Learning | Innovative Industries

Sessions 4 : E-Learning

Entrepreneurship Conference Conference illustrates about E-commerce (electronic commerce) is the buying and selling of goods and accommodations, or the transmitting of funds or data, over an electronic network, primarily the cyber world. These business transactions occur either as business-to-business (B2B), business-to-consumer (B2C), consumer-to-consumer or consumer-to-business. The terms e-commerce and e-business are often used interchangeably. The term e-tail is additionally sometimes utilized in reference to the transactional processes for online shopping. Ecommerce, withal kenned as electronic commerce or internet commerce, refers to the buying and selling of goods or accommodations utilizing the cyber world, and the transfer of mazuma and data to execute these transactions.


Keywords: Global Entrepreneurship | Business Management | E-Business  | Entrepreneurship perspectives | Business Opportunity’s | Entrepreneurship | Management Trends| Entrepreneurship Benefits | Business Trends | Global Marketing| E-Learning | Innovative Industries

Sessions 5 : Innovative Industries


Every field like Automotive, Technology, Pharmaceutical, and Biotechnology are innovative in their own way, trying to invent new technologies in their fields. The highest Innovative percentage is seen in the Information technology that is of 30%. Next the telecommunications and automotive occupy the second position of 13%. Apart from these, the greatest innovation was seen in food, Beverage and tobacco industries. Innovative thinking increases the emerging of the new companies and them directly increasing the job Opportunities for the people, increasing creativity, and improving the quality of life of people everywhere. Innovative industries are doing a better job meeting people's needs and pushing the boundaries of innovation than more established competitors in other parts of the world.

Keywords: Global Entrepreneurship | Business Management | E-Business  | Entrepreneurship perspectives | Business Opportunity’s | Entrepreneurship | Management Trends| Entrepreneurship Benefits | Business Trends | Global Marketing| E-Learning | Innovative Industries

Sessions 6 :  Women Entrepreneurship


According to a research it is stated 1/3 of all the entrepreneurs in the world are women. It might be just a small number but the outcome is different. Women entrepreneurs are tending to generate high economic growth rate. They often face gender-based barriers like marital status, cultural practices, inherent laws etc. Still, they stand up for what they want to be. This also strengthens Women empowerment and well-being of the society. The main drawback of the women entrepreneurs is an Entrepreneurial mindset; most of the women prefer to have salaried jobs, steady working hours and paid leaves. But most of them attest that is not true because of flexible working hours, salaries and more comfortable in the field of Entrepreneurship but the time they take for the benefits if more. Another drawback is the lack of practical experience, as the no of entrepreneurs is less in women it will be difficult for them to look up and take the one as an example. In spite of all these, so many associations and industries are encouraging women to pursue their dreams of having their own business. Hope this will be continued in the future also.

Keywords: Global Entrepreneurship | Business Management | E-Business  | Entrepreneurship perspectives | Business Opportunity’s | Entrepreneurship | Management Trends| Entrepreneurship Benefits | Business Trends | Global Marketing| E-Learning | Innovative Industries

Sessions 7 : Start-up Entrepreneurship

Start-up is defined as a newly emerged business to satisfy the market needs. The percentage of risk for this is very high. It mainly revolves around the creative ideas, thoughts, discovering new products, new services etc. Then committing the right team to improve the idea to work is the key step of a start-up. The successful journey of the team on the main idea and working collectively also plays a key role in the success of the start-up. Then comes the main thing called financial support. In the US alone a large number of campus entrepreneurship programmes are offered in universities, based on this about 27 million people are running their own business in the US topping the Global Entrepreneurship Index. Now a day's financial support for a start-up had become very easy by the esteemed support of the banks, financial institutions etc. Then the correct market timing to release the product also plays a vital role in the success of the new company. Validating the results to attract additional resources via investments, Revenue shares etc. increases the scope of the company.


Keywords:  Global Entrepreneurship | Business Management | E-Business  | Entrepreneurship perspectives | Business Opportunity’s | Entrepreneurship Management Trends| Entrepreneurship Benefits | Business Trends | Global Marketing| E-Learning | Innovative Industries

 

Market Analysis
 
Global entrepreneurship defines the orientation of the firms in the direction of growing interdependence and integration. On the contrary international entrepreneurship is just a combination of innovative, proactive, and risk seeking behaviour that crosses national borders and is intended to create value in organizations. In global markets, the strategic leverage of the firms moves from goods to knowledge. Information systems and inter-firm collaboration become fundamental ways to access to knowledge and to exploit its potential. Market-driven organizations possess superior capabilities in anticipating and exploiting trends and market changes as well as competitors’ moves. Firms, in order to be successful, must combine market-driven management with an entrepreneurial attitude.
For a century and more, companies have ventured abroad only after establishing themselves at home. Moreover, when they have looked overseas, they haven’t ventured too far afield, initially. Consumer health care company Johnson & Johnson set up its first foreign subsidiary in Montreal in 1919—33 years after its founding in 1886. Sony, established in 1946, took 11 years to export its first product to the United States, the TR-63 transistor radio. The Gap, founded in 1969—the year Neil Armstrong walked on the moon—opened its first overseas store in London in 1987, a year after the Challenger space shuttle disaster.
 
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