7th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GLOBAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT - CONFERENCE THEME: "Inclusive Businesses in Developing Economies: Converging People, Profit, and Corporate Citizenship" on December 10-11, 2021
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6th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GLOBAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT - CONFERENCE THEME: “Disruption in Business and Management Practices: Causes, Conflicts, and Control” JOINTLY ORGANIZED BY IMI BHUBANESWAR AND EGADE BUSINESS SCHOOL, MEXICO ON DECEMBER 11-12, 2020 (Virtual Mode)
5th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GLOBAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT - CONFERENCE THEME: “ENTREPRENEURSHIP, RESOURCE PLANNING, AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT” JOINTLY ORGANIZED BY IMI BHUBANESWAR AND EGADE BUSINESS SCHOOL, MEXICO ON NOVEMBER 29-30, 2019.
3RD ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON BANKING & FINANCE IN AUGUST 16-17, 2019.
INDO CHINA CONFERENCE ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE .THEME: SINO-INDIA RELATIONSHIP: ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND DEVELOPMENT ISSUES DECEMBER 14-15, 2018.
4th IMI Bhubaneswar – EGADE Business School International Conference on Global Business Environment (Theme: INDUSTRY 4.0: BUSINESS BEYOND BOUNDARIES) December—7-8, 2018.
Second Annual Conference on Banking & Finance—2018. Towards a Sustainable Financial System” Lessons from Recent Banking Crisis and its impact on Financial Markets August 24—25, 2018.
The Indian ﬁnancial system is undergoing a paradigm shift. With an increased focus on transparency and disclosure requirements, the regulatory bodies like the Reserve Bank of India, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Institute of Company Secretaries of India, NFRA, SEBI need to play a more proactive role in boosting confidence in the capital market. The banking system has been under stress because of huge burden of non-performing assets and the challenge in meeting the capital requirements under the Basel norms. On the other hand, FII flow in the Indian market through Participatory Notes, Portfolio investments have become very volatile and uncertain. Under these circumstances, it is pertinent that research's come together and try to deliberate on the problems facing the Indian financial system.
3rd International Conference on “Drifts in Business, Governance, and Societal Values: Conflicts and Challenges” in association with EGADE Business School, Mexico city, Mexico December 8-9, 2017.
This conference aims at bringing together the international forum for rich discussion on reviewing and learning lessons about the shifts in business practices, its governance, and societal values. Discussions in the conference would critically analyze the convergence of technology, business practices, public policies, political ideologies, and societal values for improving business performance at the global-local paradigm. This conference would also enrich knowledge and skills on contemporary business strategies against conventional wisdom of managing companies today. The conference would contemplate on developing new visions and business perspectives to match with the changing political ideologies in emerging markets. Discussions will also be encouraged on the different levels of global market management for cutting costs and creating value that companies can use in emerging technology and public policies following the ethical values.
IMI Organized a Roundtable on “Disruptive Innovation”
5th December 2017
International Management Institute (IMI), Bhubaneswar organized a Roundtable on “Disruptive Innovation: Revisiting Strategy for Social Development”.
Annual Conference on Banking & Finance - "Changing Contours of Indian Financial System"
August 18-19, 2017
The Indian financial system is undergoing a paradigm shift. With an increased focus on transparency and disclosure requirements, the regulatory bodies like the Reserve Bank of India, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Institute of Company Secretaries of India, NFRA, SEBI need to play a more proactive role in boosting confidence in the capital market. The banking system is already staring at the huge burden of non-performing assets and the challenge in meeting the capital requirements under the Basel norms. On the other hand, FII flow in the Indian market through Participatory Notes, Portfolio investments have become very volatile and uncertain. Under these circumstances, it is pertinent that researchers come together and try to deliberate on the problems facing the Indian financial system. This conference aims at bringing scholarly works in these areas wherein the participants will get a platform to share their existing work and collaborate with others for undertaking research. The conference invites in two tracks of banking and finance; both theoretical and empirical papers are encouraged in areas which include, but are not limited to: Contemporary Issues in Banking, Emerging Trends in Finance, Technology in Banking & Financial Services, Marketing and Banking, Legal and Regulatory Framework, Financial Analytics, HR and Related Issues in BFSI.
International Conference on Innovation, Market Competition and Economic Development
(December 9-10 2016)
With increased globalization of firms during the early twenty-first century, the need for innovation and technology application has swiftly expanded attention among the emerging firms to make sustainable moves in the competitive marketplace. The need for competitive differentiation through continuous innovation to attract new customers and retain the existing ones has become a major challenge for the companies to sustain in the markets across geo-demographic destinations in the world today. Businesses constantly innovate to augment stakeholder value and deliver competitive advantages to the customer through innovation and technology breakthroughs. The customer centric companies are engaged in developing innovative business projects not only to increase customer value in the competitive marketplace but also to gain sustainable market share of their products and services. Innovation driven companies are thinking afresh about capturing more value and encouraging the start-up
International Conference on India, China and the new World order: Economic, Social and cultural Dimensions
(November 26-27, 2016)
Cultural and economic relations between China and India date back to ancient times. The Silk route not only served as a major trade route between India and China, but is also credited for facilitating the spread of budhissim from India to East Asia. Both countries enjoy similar demographic dividends and have been registering highest economic growth in recent years. In fact, these two economies have become the growth engines for an otherwise stagnant world economy today. India and China have taken the centre-stage of global geo-political environment in recent times due to their sustained economic growth rates and achievements in economic development indicators during the last decades. India and China are expected to lead a new economic world order that espouses economic prosperity in a culturally and socially rich environment. In this context, it becomes imperative to examine some of the key indicators of growth such as the Banking, Finance, Economics and Trade. With increasing importance of issues such as transparency, accountability and social responsibility in new world order, discussions on corporate social responsibility, corporate governance, and sustainability have also gathered momentum. This conference intends to address these issues during the one day conference. More particularly, this conference aims at bringing scholarly works in the areas of economic, social and cultural issues in India and China, where the participants will get a platform to share their existing work and collaborate with others for undertaking research.
International Conference on Global Business Environment: Strategies for Business Analytics and Cyber Security Management
(11-12 December, 2015)
International Management Institute (IMI) Bhubaneswar held a 2-day International Conference on ‘Global Business Environment: Strategies for Business Analytics and Cyber Security Management’ in collaboration with EGADE Business School, Mexico. Inaugurating the conference the chief guest Dr Rajagopal, Professor of EGADE Business School set the theme with his inaugural address highlighting myriad business practices and emerging challenges faced by global industry along with innovative solutions that can be offered by academia through industry-relevant application-based research.
The event witnessed enthusiastic participation from faculty, research scholars and students from various well-known institutes and universities like Sam Houston State University, USA; EGADE Business School, Mexico; Defence University, Ethiopia, Africa; Symbiosis University, Pune; L.N. Welingkar Institute of Management, Mumbai; Punjabi University, Patiala, IMI Delhi & Bhubaneswar, BIMTECH, C.V. Raman Institute of Management, KIIT School of Business Management, etc. to name a few.
International Business Research Conference on Emerging Trends in Management
(6-7 February, 2015)
The objective of this conference was to focus on the emerging and innovative dimensions of the business research. It provided a platform for the researchers to showcase their path-breaking research in different disciplines of management. The conference also provided a platform to researchers to put forth their ideas, share their experiences and network with their counterparts. The conference provided a novel forum to the researchers and academicians to present papers in the areas of economics, finance & accounting, IT & E-commerce, law & business ethics, organizational behavior & HR, operations management, marketing, and strategy & entrepreneurship.