|Event Date/Time: Sep 26, 2005||End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2005|
eBRF conference is an annual research conference which offers a forum for presenting work-in-progress reports of current research projects. eBRF also represents a new “border-crossing” e-business research conference: a platform to discuss the state of the art, present on-going research, and create new ways and means of co-operation with fellow researchers, practitioners, and research financers.
The conference is committed to exploring and utilizing the transition from capital intensive to knowledge intensive business practices. This transition presents all kinds of organizations with opportunities - and imperatives - regardless of their shape, size, and sector. The needs of traditional SMEs differ from those of global leaders and their supply networks. In the process, new business models and strategy logic emerge.
The annual eBRF conference brings together e-business researchers all over the world to discuss the current state of e-business and to present the recent research projects in that field. eBRF seeks to add value to the researcher's often lonely process via "border-crossing" collegial attention.
eBRF encourages presentations on work-in-progress, rather than completed research. At the conference, presentations are commented by session chairmen and participating colleagues. Presenters will be asked to send their presentation summary to their session chairmen before the presentation. The most promising works-in-progress will be awarded in the conference. After the conference, papers are published in conference proceedings "Frontiers of e-Business Research - FeBR".