Annual International Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IE 2011)

Venue: Singapore

Location: Singapore, Singapore

Event Date/Time: Jul 25, 2011 End Date/Time: Jul 26, 2011
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Leveraging e-skills for innovation in the knowledge society
Managing and Leveraging Complexity, Creativity and Innovation in SMEs
Trust, Respect, Culture and Collaboration Issues for SMEs in SEE vs. other regions (EU and other)
Leadership and Management practices that can be applied to SMEs
SME Knowledge management and technology transfer
SME Business process modeling
New Technology Ventures Financing
Business incubation management and leadership
Human Resources Practices for promoting innovation for SMEs
SMEs’ Entrepreneurship as an Innovation Driver
Governmental and regional policies on entrepreneurship and innovation
Entrepreneurial Universities and Entrepreneurial Innovation Clusters
Entrepreneurship education
University – Industry collaboration
ICT and SME Regional competitiveness
SMEs and the role of the Innovation Zone (business centers and incubators)
Intangibles Valuation and Intellectual Property Rights
Innovative Supply Chain Management practices in SEE
Innovative Supply Chains
Information Technology proliferation in SEE SMEs
Opportunities and barriers for closer cooperation between South East European SMEs in Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Strategic Integration vs. Flexibility and SME Competitiveness
Innovation Clusters, Technology Transfer and Social Entrepreneurship
Social Networking as Driver of EICs formation
Science & Technology Parks and EICs
Young and Women Entrepreneurs development via EICs
Benchmarking of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Best Practices in the region
Innovation policy in SMEs
The role of the State and Public Policy with regards to SME Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Innovation in enterprise education including methods and business succession
From innovation to businesses: commercializing processes with students and/or spin offs
Models of business incubation, business successions and transfers, promotion and implementation, projects
Campus entrepreneurship
Creativity in entrepreneurship and in enterprise education
Entrepreneurship models such as growth entrepreneurship, portfolio
Measuring impacts and effects
Research into entrepreneurship intentions, motivation, attitudes, identity


Professor A. Suryanarayana
Former Chairperson, Board of Studies, Department of Business Management
Osmania University


Prof. Ari-Veikko Anttiroiko
University of Tampere

Prof. S.C. Lenny Koh
University of Sheffield Management School, United Kingdom

Prof. Elias G. Carayannis
George Washington University, USA

Prof. Jay Mitra
University of Essex, United Kingdom

Prof. Nicos Komninos
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Dr. Lawrence
New York Institute of Technology

Dr. Alexandros Kakouris
University of Athens