INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE – CROSS CULTURAL, POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC DIMENSION OF GLOBAL BUSINESS
North American and Asian Perspectives
Dates: 27-28 May, 2016
Location: Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
Organized by: CETYS University & North Maharastra University
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The International Conference “CROSS CULTURAL, POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC DIMENSION OF GLOBAL BUSINESS” North American and Asian Perspectives”, will take place on May 27th & 28th2016, at CETYS University Ensenada Campus. The campus is located in the city of Ensenada, Baja California Mexico, just one hour drive south from the California, USA border.
The conference is open for submissions for research papers according the following schedule:
>> Last date of submission of abstract March 25, 2016
>> Review & confirmation of short listed abstract March 30, 2016
>> Last date of Full paper Submission April 10, 2016
>> Last date of submission of modified full paper along with registration fees April 20, 2016
You are invited to join us at the Conference, in a highly dynamic and collaborative environment, where we will address the most relevant and current issues on Global Business, as a community of educators and thought leaders. Attached is the Conference brochure with all the details. For inquiries you can write to email@example.com
Let us come together to advance research and higher education. Save the date for May 2016!
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Dr. Francisco Vélez Torres
Director del Colegio de Administración y Negocios
Sistema CETYS Universidad
+52 686 567-3700 x 1311
“Sustainable enterprises and their social commitment”
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, México. September 23 – 25, 2015
The First ICSB México SME International Conference and the 4th CIMIPYME Conference: “Sustainable enterprises and its social commitment”; will be held in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, from September 23 – 26, 2015.
The conference theme is derived from the interest in promoting research and knowledge contribution to the development of our societies in a global and changing world; in addition, it seeks to strengthen and consolidate research partnerships among various disciplines and institutions in national and international contexts.
- To promote the exchange of knowledge between researchers, designers of public policies for economic development and businesses around the problems and opportunities that small and medium enterprises face in Mexico and Latin America.
- To establish collaboration links and partnerships among researchers and international organizations concerned with the study and support small and medium enterprises.
- To set an initial baseline, at the highest level of scientific rigor, on the study of small and medium enterprise in the country and Latin America.
- To provide the outlines of a relevant and solid scientific research agenda that generates specific contributions for the promotion of small and medium enterprises in the region, and for the design of public policy in this area.
The central theme proposed for this conference is “Sustainable enterprises and their social commitment.”
Mexican and Latin American companies generally face new levels and forms of competition arising from the globalization of markets. Along with this, however, the companies in our region must meet the demands and imperatives that society demands with increasing urgency: consideration of sustainability issues and response to social needs that go beyond their market performance.
The companies in our region in many cases still deal with the consequences of opening up their economies to international competition, and struggle to adapt in order to survive and to compete globally. The growing social demand for sustainability and social responsibility poses even greater demands on them.
For these reasons, research in our field should also consider these dimensions as relevant in order to have an impact on the viability of businesses and of the economies in which they operate. What do these demands mean in our context, given that they are originated in industrialized economies, where resources and business dynamics are different? How are they responding to these demands?
New track proposals: 1 April 30, 2015
Submission proposal: May 30, 2015
Notifications of acceptance by arbitrators: June 30, 2015
Final proceedings submission: July 31, 2015