BD entrepreneurship to be highlighted at Oxford Confce
The 8th International Conference on the Restructuring of the Global Economy (ROGE) will be held at the Said Business School, University of Oxford on July 9- 10.
This prestigious academic conference is being attended by academics, business practitioners and policy makers from 33 countries, including Bangladesh.
A particular highlight will be the session that takes Bangladesh as its focus.
Prof. Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Daffodil International University (DIU), Bangladesh will be delivering a keynote address titled: Accelerating Innovation to spur the growth of global Entrepreneurship with special reference to Bangladesh, said a press release.
Prof. Fabrizio Pezzani, Department of Policy Analysis and Public Management, University of Bocconi, Italy; Dr.Jatin Pancholi-Middlesex University, London, UK; Prof. Alan Parkinson, Deputy Director (Education) and Principal Teaching Fellow, School of Management, University College London, UK; Anindya Dasgupta, FRM, Senior Project Manager, Nordea Investment Management in Copenhagen, Denmark; Dr.Srini Sampalli, Professor and 3M National Teaching Fellow, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada; Prof. David Graves, Dg Anti-Fraud Consultants, UK; Prof. Jo-Ann Rolle, Dean, Business School, Medgar Evers College, City University of New York, USA; Mark T. Jones, Centre for Innovative Leadership Navigation, London, UK; Prof. Dr Imbarine Bujang, Head of Postgraduate Studies, University Teknologi MARA, Malaysia.
8th International Conference on Restructuring of the Global Economy (ROGE) will be attended by over 120 participants and presentations from around the world, including University professors, academics and business professionals, student's observers, providing knowledge sharing and networking possibilities from which as an observer can augment their current knowledge and understanding with great benefits
It is being co-hosted by the Academy of Business & Retail Management (www.abrmr.com) and the Journal of Business and Retail Management Research. -UNB