International Conference on Entrepreneurship, Global Business, Economics, Finance and Social Sciences
Conference Dates: February 12-14, 2016
Venue: VES Institute of Management Studies and Research, 495-497, Collectors Colony,
Wadivali village, Chembur, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400074, India.
Dear & Esteemed Colleagues,
We are, indeed, happy to announce that the International Conference on Entrepreneurship, Global Business, Economics, Finance and Social Sciences (IC16Mumbai Conference) is being jointly organized by the prestigious VESIM, Mumbai, India and the Global Business Research Journals (GBRJ) from February 12-14 in Mumbai, India.
May we extend a very warm welcome to you to submit your research manuscripts/case studies in all areas of research in Business Studies? In addition to paper presentations and discussions, the Conference will include invited lectures on contemporary topics in emerging trends in Entrepreneurship, Global Business, Economics, Finance and Social Science.
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|Conference Dates||: February 12-14, 2016|
In a world where employment opportunities for the masses shrink, entrepreneurs are considered as national assets as they help create wealth for the economy and provide greater opportunities for people to find gainful employment. So, undoubtedly, they should be highly encouraged, motivated and compensated in a fitting way.
If we closely analyze the growth and success stories of the developed economies, two interesting dimensions would emerge. Firstly, these economies have spent huge amount of money on innovation and scientific research. Secondly, they also encourage entrepreneurship and embed entrepreneurship based modules in their curriculum educational streams. Most of the Western and top-rated universities make it a point to encourage at least twenty percent of their students to be entrepreneurs as it solves many social problems and help promote economic growth and prosperity. Understandably, only entrepreneurs can innovate and contribute to the well-being of a society. Steve Jobs and Bill Gates are the best examples that we can think of, here.
Novel ideas and new businesses create employment opportunities and the same would result in a virtuous circle in the economy. Fresh investments by entrepreneurs add to economic growth and development.
For example, a few IT companies founded the Indian IT industry in the 1990s as a backend programmers' hub. Soon the industry gathered pace in its own programmers’ domain. But more importantly, millions from other sectors benefited from it. (Source: Top Indian Billionaires And How They Made Their Money.)
In the same way, associated industries, maintenance companies, service companies help create investment and employment opportunities which has caused movement of workforce from one part of a state or country to the other parts.
Creation of wealth is, certainly, in the hands of entrepreneurs. New products, new services and advanced technologies introduced as a result of innovations help economic prosperity not only for the host nations but they add to greater social upliftment and help raise standard of living of citizens. In this process, governments get increased tax revenue which enables them to allocate more funds for various sectors of the economy.
Obviously, national governments should encourage good, creative and responsible entrepreneurs so that they invest on important sectors to support projects, industries, small & medium enterprises (SMEs) in tune with the national goals and economic welfare of citizens.
Against this backdrop, the upcoming conference in the city of Mumbai makes an attempt to achieve the following objectives;
a) Analyze the important ways and means by which entrepreneurs could be identified and encouraged to start new business ventures.
b) Systematically ascertain the root-causes of the declining trends in investments on innovative business ventures;
c) Provide an ideal platform for researchers, entrepreneurs, economists, bankers and practitioners to share their research and practical experiences in all the major issues highlighted, as above; and
d) Offer suitable solutions to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship so that vibrant economic and investment activities take place in the country.
With rich experience spanning over 50 years, VES Institute of Management Studies and Research is a leading management education in the vibrant city of Mumbai-Maharashtra, India and is one of the premier educational institutions in the country. The Institute ensures high quality in all its programs and offers different programs keeping in mind the market demands and strives to hone the skill set of the students. VESIM offers Masters in Management Studies (MMS) affiliated to Mumbai University and Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) approved by AICTE for students to select a management program of their choice. VESIM also offers a program on Entrepreneurship in collaboration with SME Chamber of India. It aims to accelerate the speed of self-employment and entrepreneurship development. It majorly focus on catering to the business needs and requirements of the young student entrepreneurs having backgrounds in Management education.
To know more about VESIM please visit: www.vesim.ves.ac.in