This ICSB Exchange session will discuss ICSB's response to the Covid-19 crisis. We will update our members about the status of the ICSB World Congress in Paris and our new initiatives in online education support, engaging with our global partners, and the current ICSB journals.
The session panelists: Mr. Ahmed Osman, ICSB President Dr. Winslow Sargeant, ICSB President-Elect
A fireside chat on how to teach online from a faculty perspective. Many online educational tools and websites are now available for faculty to use in teaching. However, this fireside chat is designed by faculty to faculty where key lessons can be shared. What are the key knowledge nuggets and what are the pitfalls you can avoid?
The session panelists:
Dr. Alex DeNoble, ICSB SVP of Partnership, Past President of USASBE, Dr. Jeffrey Alves, ICSB Editor of JICSB, ICSB and USASBE Past President, Mrs. Dia Yusuf, ICSB Vice President of Partnerships
Asia was hit first with the Covid-19 crisis. They had to figure it out without having a script or roadmap. Innovation was not an option for them as millions of lives were a stake. How did an entrepreneurial spirit and a can-do mindset mobilize everyone? How did Humane Entrepreneurship play a critical role?
The session panelist:
Dr. KiChan Kim, ICSB Past President and Professor at Catholic University, Seoul, S. Korea
Now, as Europe faces a global crisis, its drive to be together is even more important. SMEs will be hurt tremendously and the European countries and the EU need to come together to deliver a solution of the century. The traditions of the countries in Europe will welcome innovation to help everyone move forward. This webinar session will discuss some of the challenges and also present opportunities.
Dr. Harmut Meyer, Director of Studies of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management at FOM, Germany.
The Journal of the International Council for Small Business (JICSB) explores the many dimensions of micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) policy, economic development policy supporting MSMEs, and MSME performance. The journal is part of the International Council of Small Business (ICSB), a potent source of expertise and knowledge. The purpose of the Journal of the International Council for Small Business (JICSB) is to advance research and knowledge of policies and economic development as they relate to improving the performance and sustainability of micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs).
JICSB will have a strong focus on orientation to research, business and industry. It will have a foot in both science and practice and can serve as a platform intermediary.
Dr. Jeffrey R. Alves, Managing Editor of JICSB, ICSB Past-President, Mr. Tom Conway, Publisher, Business, Economics, and Sociology Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Entrepreneurship benefits society when there is a foundation of entrepreneurial talent and inspiration, equal access to everyone and across all contexts, and when these entrepreneurs can grow, innovate, sell globally and sustain their businesses. Since 1999, the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) has produced rigorous, comprehensive, nationally comparable data to inform and guide a variety of stakeholders of entrepreneurship. This webinar will cover the recently released results of the GEM 2019 survey spanning 50 economies.
Dr. Donna Kelley, Professor of Entrepreneurship at Babson College, Frederic C. Hamilton Chair of Free Enterprise. Dr. Niels Bosma, Associate Professor, Utrecht University School of Economics, Chair of the GERA Board of Directors and co-founder of the Utrecht University Social Entrepreneurship Initiative.
Entrepreneurs and MSMEs are often the recipients of policies and measures but they can be powerful of change especially if they receive the proper awareness and tools to take advantage of the trillions in business opportunities associated with the SDGs while providing socially and environmentally sound solutions to the world's most pressing issues.
Chantal Line Carpentier. CHIEF, UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT (UNCTAD) NEW YORK.
This webinar will shed light on the entrepreneurial ecosystem phenomenon by providing an overview of the entrepreneurial ecosystem research map and highlighting emerging topics. Participants could engage in a fruitful discussion on the evolution of this emerging research stream.
Dr. Christina Theodoraki, Assistant professor | Entrepreneurship & Strategy | TBS
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