No. The ‘conference fee’ includes two continental lunches, four coffee breaks, conference proceedings in a CD, participation certificate and a folder. Hotel accommodation will be made by the delegates on their own.
GTower Hotel Kuala Lumpur located in the central business district of Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, is just 5 minutes away from the Petronas Twin Towers (KLCC). You can access the below link to get hotel details near the conference venue - https://www.google.co.in/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion;=1&espv;=2&ie;=UTF-8#tbm=lcl&q;=budget+hotel+near+klcc+malaysia&hotel;_dates=2015-08-06,2015-08-09 A google search or www.hotels.com would be quite helpful to identify a good hotel based on your budget.
Sorry. We do not have provisions to make any funding support to the participants. Participants have to make their own funding arrangements to attend the conference.
Citizens of the Netherlands do not require a visa to visit Malaysia for business or social reasons. The stay in Malaysia must not exceed 90 days. Please note that the Dutch visitors will need to present a valid Dutch passport, proof of sufficient funds and a return airline ticket upon arrival at the first point of entry in Malaysia. In case you are a citizen of a country that does need a visa to enter Malaysia or a Dutch national intending to stay longer than three months you will have to apply for a visa before travelling. Kindly access the below link to know more about Malaysia visa policy - http://www.kln.gov.my/web/nld_the-hague/requirement_foreigner
In general, we do not encourage this practice. One of the primary objectives of attending academic research conferences is to meet delegates from different parts of the world to network and know contemporary research works in different disciplines. Conferences provide great opportunities to know the emerging trends and the funding opportunities available. Also, it helps in fostering good relationship with fellow delegates so that joint and inter-disciplinary research works can be undertaken.
However, in case the delegate has some practical issues or difficulties to attend the conference in person, for instance, difficulties in obtaining visas, you may present your paper in-absentia. No problem.
Either the Conference Chair or Conference Director or any other senior professors will present your paper ‘In-absentia’. You will get a certificate clearly mentioning that your paper was presented in-absentia.
Yes. If you would like to publish only the abstract, you may do so. In such cases, your abstract alone will be published in the conference proceedings.
No. Delegates should remit the conference registration fee on or before the deadline. However, if you are a delegate from Iran, the conference committee permits Iranian Delegates to pay the fee on the spot. All other delegates will pay their conference registration fee on or before the deadlines as given in the conference website.
We publish six journals and they are available in our website i.e., www.globalbizresearch.org. In general, the authors will suggest the journal in which their paper should be published. However, you may also request us to suggest the journal from our publications. Based on the area of the paper, we would publish it in our journals provided you have improved the paper based on the feedback/suggestions/comments given by the anonymous reviewers.
Yes. In such cases, you will pay only the publication fee of US$100.