About the Conference

EUMMAS A2S Conference on Global Social and Technological Development and Sustainability is organized by the EUMMAS Academic Consortium comprising more than 30 universities and business schools, and supported by the EUMMAS Business Consortium. The event is going to be organized as an Academe2Society (A2S) EUMMAS Concept Conference (previously A2B) formulating a unique and innovative approach to cooperation between Academia and Society. EUMMAS Bucharest 2024 Conference theme is “Navigating the New Frontier: Responsible Innovation, Circular Economy, and Digitalization of Business and Public Administration Sectors in the Era of AI and Big Data”.

Host Institutions

Valahia University from Targoviste

Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiești

Romanian Academy

RebResNet Association

Prahova Chamber of Commerce

EUMMAS Academic Consortium Institutions


Who is the Conference for?

Academic Community

SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES are great opportunities for the Academic Community to present their research and get noticed. Besides, the event offers lots of networking opportunities with peers, businesses, members of the EUMMAS research centers, etc.


The CASE STUDY COMPETITION offers students an opportunity to apply their classroom knowledge to real-world business scenarios. Participants analyze and present solutions to complex business challenges, gaining valuable hands-on experience in decision-making and teamwork.

Young Researchers

Is there a better place to discover new talents? Is there a better way than an open competition? Is there anything more challenging than the EUMMAS Young Researchers Competition? Present your work and get public recognition.

Executives and Government Officials

C-level Executives, business owners, and Governmental Officials consider our BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION FORUM a great opportunity to network, make business deals, plan together for the future etc. 

Conference Timeline

Before you register learn about...

  • Six events:
    1. Young Researchers Competition
    2. Case Study Competition
    3. Scientific Conference
    4. Business and Public Administration Forum
    5. Women’s Forum
    6. Youth Forum
  • Participants from more than 40 coun­tries
  • Excellent networking opportunities
  • High profile sessions
  • Admission to all academic sessions
  • Tea/​coffee breaks through­out the conference
  • Lunches
  • Conference materials
  • Free one-year individual EUMMAS membership
  • Participation Certificate
  • Professional Certification Voucher in the desired field of interest (50% discount for all participants).
  • Publishing opportunities for all scientific conference participants
  • More than 30 individual awards to be given
  • The official language is English. Several Tracks are available in Romanian language as well.
Dear authors, we present you with a list of 11 tracks and recommended topics. We extend a warm invitation for you to share your remarkable contributions with us. Your submissions are eagerly awaited.
  1. Navigating the New Frontier of Marketing Research: Harnessing the Power of Advanced Analytics and Innovative Consumer Behavior Insights for Sustainable Business Growth
  • Sustainable and Responsible Consumption
  • Green Marketing
  • Sustainability in Marketing: Strategies for Ethical and Eco-friendly Branding
  • Utilization of AI and Biometric Technologies in Marketing
  • Decoding Consumer Behavior in the Era of Digital Transformation
  • Innovations in Product and Brand Research for Strategic Marketing
  • Crafting Market Segmentation Strategies for the Modern, Dynamic Landscape
  • Exploring Cross-Cultural Marketing Insights in a Globalized World
  • Neuro-Marketing Strategies: Understanding the Subconscious Minds of Consumers
  • Social Media Analytics: Unveiling Trends and Transformative Marketing Approaches
  • Big Data Applications in Marketing Research: Shaping the Future of Decision-Making
  • E-commerce Integration: Revolutionizing Market Research Practices
  • Digitalization and Adoption of Innovations in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises.
  1. Human Resources Management in the New Era: Shaping Future Workforces Through Innovative Talent Acquisition, Ethical Leadership, and Technology Integration
  • Talent Acquisition Strategies for a Highly Competitive Global Market
  • Fostering Employee Engagement and Well-being in Innovative HR Programs
  • Diversity and Inclusion: Redefining HR Practices for Global Workforces
  • HR Technology Revolution: Transforming Traditional Practices for Efficiency
  • Leadership Development in the Digital Age: Nurturing Tomorrow’s Leaders
  • Navigating Remote Work Challenges: Strategies for Successful Implementation
  • Performance Management Reimagined: New Approaches for Enhanced Productivity
  • Ethical and Sustainable HR Policies: Building Responsible Corporate Cultures
  • Learning and Development Strategies: Adapting to the Needs of Future Workforces
  • HR Metrics and Analytics: Data-Driven Insights for Informed Decision-Making
  1. Innovations in Nonprofit Organizations: From Fundraising Strategies to Ethical Governance and Sustainable Funding Models
  • Fundraising Strategies for Social Impact: Innovations and Best Practices
  • Governance and Ethics in Nonprofit Management: Building Trust and Accountability
  • Stakeholder Engagement in the Nonprofit Sector: Creating Meaningful Connections
  • Impact Assessment and Measurement: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Social Initiatives
  • Collaboration and Partnerships: Strengthening the Impact of Nonprofit Organizations
  • Innovations in Nonprofit Leadership: Navigating Challenges with Vision and Creativity
  • Technology Integration for Nonprofit Efficiency: Enhancing Operations and Outreach
  • Advocacy and Policy Influence for Nonprofits: Effecting Change Through Strategic Initiatives
  • Volunteer Management in the Digital Age: Engaging and Retaining a Tech-Savvy Volunteer Base
  • Sustainable Funding Models for Nonprofit Sustainability: Long-Term Strategies for Social Impact
  1. Shaping Public Policy and Administration for a Sustainable Future: From Governance Challenges to Digital Transformation
  • Policy Innovation and Implementation: Strategies for Responsive Governance
  • Governance in the Era of Artificial Intelligence: Navigating Ethical Dilemmas and Challenges
  • Public-Private Partnerships for Sustainable Development: Collaborative Strategies
  • Global Health Policy Challenges and Solutions: Addressing Public Health Crises
  • Environmental Policy and Climate Change Mitigation: Building Resilient Ecosystems
  • Social Equity in Public Policy: Ensuring Inclusivity and Fairness
  • Crisis Management and Preparedness: Lessons Learned from Global Disruptions
  • Digital Transformation in Public Services: Enhancing Efficiency and Accessibility
  • Citizen Engagement in Policy Making: Empowering Communities for Informed Decision-Making
  • Public Policy Evaluation and Impact Assessment: Ensuring Effective Outcomes for Societal Well-being
  1. Strategic Management in the Digital Age: Navigating Disruption Through Corporate Social Responsibility, Resilience, and Ethical Leadership
  • Corporate Strategy in the Age of Disruption: Navigating Uncertainty with Vision and Agility
  • Strategic Agility and Adaptive Leadership: Thriving in a Rapidly Changing Business Landscape
  • Mergers and Acquisitions: Strategy and Integration for Sustainable Growth
  • Competitive Intelligence and Strategic Decision-Making: Gaining the Edge in Global Markets
  • Innovation Management in Global Markets: Strategies for Continuous Improvement
  • Corporate Social Responsibility as a Strategic Imperative: Balancing Profit and Purpose
  • Resilience and Risk Management in Strategic Planning: Building Antifragile Organizations
  • Strategic Alliances and Partnerships: Fostering Collaborative Success in the Global Marketplace
  • Ethics and Integrity in Strategic Leadership: Guiding Principles for Responsible Business Practices
  • Digital Transformation Strategies for Sustainable Growth: Harnessing the Power of Technology for Business Success
  1. Financial Management for Sustainable Development: Exploring FinTech, Risk Management, and Ethical Financial Practices
  • Sustainable Finance and Investment Strategies: Aligning Financial Goals with Social and Environmental Impact
  • Financial Technology (FinTech) Innovations: Revolutionizing the Financial Landscape
  • Risk Management in Financial Decision-Making: Strategies for Mitigating Uncertainty
  • Ethical Considerations in Financial Practices: Balancing Profitability and Responsibility
  • Financial Inclusion and Accessibility: Bridging Gaps for a More Inclusive Economy
  • Corporate Financial Reporting and Transparency: Building Trust through Open Communication
  • Capital Budgeting in a Dynamic Business Environment: Making Informed Investment Decisions
  • International Financial Management Challenges: Navigating Cross-Border Financial Strategies
  • Impact of ESG Factors on Financial Performance: Integrating Environmental, Social, and Governance Considerations
  • Digital Currencies and the Future of Finance: Exploring Innovations in the World of Cryptocurrencies
  1. Revolutionizing Logistics: Smart Solutions, Sustainability, and Technology Integration in Supply Chain Management
  • Smart Logistics and Supply Chain Optimization: Leveraging Technology for Efficiency
  • Sustainable Transportation Solutions: Reducing Environmental Footprints in Logistics
  • E-commerce Logistics Challenges and Innovations: Meeting the Demands of Online Retail
  • Blockchain in Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Enhancing Security and Transparency
  • Inventory Management in the Digital Age: Strategies for Streamlining Operations
  • Last-Mile Delivery Innovations: Meeting Customer Expectations in the Final Stretch
  • Resilient Supply Chains: Lessons from Global Disruptions and Building Antifragility
  • Reverse Logistics and Circular Economy Practices: Reducing Waste and Maximizing Resources
  • Technology Integration in Warehouse Management: Enhancing Efficiency and Accuracy
  • Green Logistics and Environmental Stewardship: Navigating Toward Sustainable Practices in Supply Chain Operations
  1. Transforming Hospitality and Tourism Management: From Customer Experience to Sustainable Destination Development
  • Destination Management in a Digital World: Strategies for Sustainable Tourism Growth
  • Customer Experience in Hospitality and Tourism: Creating Memorable Journeys for Guests
  • Sustainable Tourism Practices and Strategies: Balancing Growth with Environmental Conservation
  • Technology Trends Transforming the Hospitality Industry: Innovations in Guest Services
  • Crisis Management in the Travel and Tourism Sector: Navigating Challenges with Resilience
  • Cultural Heritage Preservation in Tourism: Fostering Sustainable Cultural Tourism
  • Revenue Management in the Hotel Industry: Maximizing Profitability Through Strategic Pricing
  • Health and Safety Protocols in the Post-Pandemic Era: Ensuring Guest and Staff Well-being
  • Community Engagement in Sustainable Tourism: Fostering Positive Local Impact
  • Tourism Marketing in the Digital Age: Strategies for Effective Promotion in a Connected World
  1. Advancing Renewable Energy: Exploring Sustainable Technologies, Policy Frameworks, and Integration in Smart Cities
  • Advances in Solar Energy Technologies: From Photovoltaics to Solar Thermal Innovations
  • Wind Power: Opportunities and Challenges in Harnessing a Renewable Resource
  • Biomass and Bioenergy: Sustainable Solutions for Energy Generation
  • Energy Storage and Grid Integration: Enhancing the Reliability of Renewable Energy
  • Policy and Regulatory Frameworks for Renewable Energy: Navigating Legal Challenges
  • Geothermal Energy: Unlocking Untapped Potential for Sustainable Power Generation
  • Hydrogen as a Green Energy Carrier: Innovations in Clean Energy Technologies
  • Circular Economy Approaches in the Energy Sector: Maximizing Resource Efficiency
  • Innovations in Wave and Tidal Energy: Harnessing the Power of Oceans
  • Sustainable Cities: The Role of Renewable Energy in Building Smart, Green Urban Spaces
  1. Digital Marketing Strategies for Sustainable Growth: From Personalization to Ethical Considerations in a Hyperconnected World
  • Personalization Strategies in Digital Marketing: Tailoring Content for Unique Customer Experiences
  • Influencer Marketing: Trends and Challenges in the Age of Social Media
  • Content Marketing for Audience Engagement: Building Relationships Through Compelling Stories
  • Omnichannel Marketing in a Connected World: Creating Seamless Customer Journeys
  • Data Privacy and Ethical Considerations in Digital Marketing: Building Trust with Consumers
  • Artificial Intelligence in Marketing Automation: Streamlining Campaigns for Efficiency
  • Video Marketing and Storytelling Techniques: Engaging Audiences Through Visual Narratives
  • Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) in Marketing: Enhancing Consumer Experiences
  • Social Commerce and Emerging Trends: Navigating the Future of Online Retail
  • Metrics and Analytics for Measuring Digital Marketing ROI: Making Informed Strategic Decisions
  1. Empowering Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) and Agribusiness for Sustainable Success: From Innovation to Marketing Strategies
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship in SMEs: Fostering Creativity and Adaptability
  • Sustainable Practices in Small Business Operations: Balancing Profitability and Responsibility
  • Financing Challenges and Solutions for SMEs: Navigating Capital in a Competitive Landscape
  • Digital Transformation for Small Businesses: Harnessing Technology for Growth
  • Agribusiness Supply Chain Management: Strategies for Efficiency and Sustainability
  • Rural Development and Agricultural Sustainability: Nurturing Vibrant Rural Economies
  • Export Strategies for Small Businesses: Tapping into Global Markets
  • Collaborative Networks for SME Growth: Building Partnerships for Mutual Success
  • Family Business Succession Planning: Ensuring the Continuity of Generational Enterprises
  • Marketing Strategies for Small and Local Businesses: Creating Visibility and Value in the Market
The following rules apply:
        • Paper length is 5000-6000 words.
        • Abstract length is 300 words maximum, including key-words.
        • Submitted papers must not have been previously published and if under review, must not appear in print before the Conference.
        • Each paper can be submitted to one track ONLY.
        • Authors’ identifying information, including acknowledgements from the text, addresses, affiliation must be removed from the document. If submitted with author information, the paper will be deleted.
        • Submissions are allowed only through the submission form. Papers received via email will not be accepted.
        • No changes can be made after the submission.
        • Multiple submissions are accepted. You can submit only one paper as a First/Corresponding author. First authors have to attend the conference and present the paper.
        • The language of presentation is English (accept for the sessions held in the official  language of the host institutions).
        • Only submissions in English will be accepted (even for the sessions held in the official language of the host institutions).
        • Use Abstract Template and Conference Paper Template
Early bird registration May 1, 2024
Regular registration May 15, 2024
Deadline for Abstract submission May 1, 2024
Deadline for Paper submission May 15, 2024
Final version of the paper June 30, 2024
Notification of acceptance (Abstracts and Papers) Rolling basis, within two weeks after submission
Publishing in the Conference Proceedings is provided at no cost for all delegates. However, publication in journals affiliated with EUMMAS is contingent upon the terms and conditions set forth by the respective journals. Please note that publishing expenses are not covered by the conference fee. Additionally, authors have the option to publish their papers in one of the journals listed below: Please be aware that the editorial guidelines of these journals apply, and authors are responsible for contacting and submitting their papers to the journals directly.
  • Author 150
  • Author (Student) 60
  • EUMMAS Members 100
  • Listener  €100
  • Virtual Delegates 80
  • Extra Paper 50
  • Participants from Business and Public Administration Sector (directors, managers, owners, PA officials etc.) €150
REGULAR REGISTRATION FEES   Early Bird Fees plus 20%
 DISCOUNTS Faculty and students from the EUMMAS – Academic Consortium Institutions enjoy a discount of 20% of the Regular Fee
 PAYMENT Payments are processed exclusively through the Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiești via the bank transfer. Payment instructions.
  • All cancellations must be requested by email bucharest24.eummas@upg-ploiesti.ro 
  • Phone cancellation is not accepted.
  • Refunds for cancellations made within 30 days of the payment to the University will be eligible for a 50% reimbursement.
  • For cancellations received on or after 30 days from the payment date, no refunds will be issued.
  • Virtual delegates are not eligible for any refunds.
  • Refunds for registration will be processed within 30 days after the conference concludes, with bank charges and administrative costs deducted from the refund amount.
Academic nominations are done by the Editorial Board.  Nominations, individual and institutional, for Business and Public sector can be done by anybody. Self nominations are also allowed. The independent Nomination Committee will make a decision based on the information provided in the Nomination Form.

    • Keynote Speakers and Chairs of the Sessions Awards
    • Best Paper Awards
    • Young Researchers Competition Awards
    • Innovators and Entrepreneurs Pitch Awards
    • President’s Awards
  • Keynote Speakers and Chairs of the Sessions Awards include:
    • a certificate to each keynote speaker and session chair, and
    • annual individual membership
  • Best Paper Award will be given for:
    • First, Second & Third Best Paper
  • The criteria for the ”Best Paper” awards are:
    • relevance to the field of research
    • relevance to the conference theme
    • structure of the Abstract
    • appropriateness to the research question
    • clarity and innovation of presentation
    • originality in methodology and/or empirical application
  • The Best Paper Awards include:
    • free professional certification
    • free annual membership
    • a plaque
  • Young Researchers Competition Awards (see rules) include:
    • free professional certification
    • free annual membership
    • a plaque
  • Case Study Competition (see rules)
    • free professional certification
    • free annual membership
    • a plaque
  • Presidents’ Awards
    • EUMMAS President’s Award (several individuals and organizations will receive a plaque; nominated by the President of the Association).
    • EUMMAS Bucharest20204 Business/Academic Award .
    • EUMMAS Academic Excellence Award (several individuals will receive a plaque; nominated by the President of the Academic Consortium & the members of the AC Presidency, and the President of the Honorary Board).
    • EUMMAS Global Women Award (one person receives a plaque; nominated by the President of the Women’s Forum).
    • EUMMAS Global Development Award (several individuals will receive a plaque; nominated by the President of the Advisory Board, and the President of the Business Consortium).
  • Best Company of the Year
  • Excellence in New Product and Service Development
  • Highest Investor Confidence
  • Performance Excellence
  • Outstanding Safety Achievements
  • Exceptional Managerial Leadership
  • Outstanding Accomplishment in Creativity and Innovation
  • Outstanding Contributions to the Petrochemical Community
  • Businessman of the Year
  • Businesswoman of the Year
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Hospitality and Tourism Industry
  • Excellence Amongst Global Telecom Operators
  • Young Entrepreneurs
  • Excellence in Import, Export and International Trade
  • Best HR Practice


  • Before submitting your Abstract make sure you follow all instructions.
      • Make sure you do not exceed 300 words.
      • Present the significance of the study and explain briefly: the problem that motivated research; literature overview; purpose; design/methodology/approach; findings/conclusions; limitations/future research; and originality/value.
      • Prepare the Abstract in the Abstract Template and upload it in Word.
      • Also, copy-paste the Abstract in the designated field.
      • Give all details as requested in the form.
      • Click here to submit
  • Before submitting your Full Paper make sure you follow all instructions.
      • The Full Paper can be submitted after receiving the ‘Acceptance’ of your Abstract
      • Go through the instructions for authors once more.
      • Send paper in MS Word.
      • Use the Conference Paper Template
      • Remove from the paper personal details, including the affiliation, addresses, emails, etc.
      • Click here to submit
  • For general inquiries please use the following email: bucharest24.eummas@upg-ploiesti.ro 


EUMMAS Business Forum engages business. academic and political leaders of society to shape regional and global agendas. Our events are exceptional for their unique combination of knowledge, people, and experience. We inspire business that changes the world, and provide networking opportunities with business leaders worldwide.

The aim of the Public Administration Forum is to strengthen the  capacities of public administration. Many eminent experts from this field will try to tackle issues related to the effective implementation of public policies in municipal and government institutions. The Forum will foster academe-to-practitioner insights into several areas.

EUMMAS Women's Forum creates global influence by empowering women with a sense of purpose and leadership to address numerous business and academic issues. We believe in women leaders’ capability to create a positive impact on future trends. We invite all ladies to attend the Forum session and become part of a global initiative. 

A researcher has a number of milestones to achieve in order to be called an ‘experienced researcher’. At any level of the Researchers Journey, one of the first things they are asked to tackle is their Research Philosophy.


Prof. Dr. Mile Vasic

Prof. Dr. Mile Vasic

President of the European Marketing and Management Association, EUMMAS

H.E. Aurelian Gogulescu

H.E. Aurelian Gogulescu

President of the Chamber of Commerce Prahova, Vice-President of the Chamber of Commerce of Romania, ROMANIA

Prof. Dr. Nino Enukidze

Prof. Dr. Nino Enukidze

Rector of the Business and Technology University, GEORGIA

Prof. Dr. Călin D. Oros

Prof. Dr. Călin D. Oros

CEO and Former Rector of the”Valahia” University of Târgoviște, ROMANIA

Prof. Dr. Pande Lazarevski

Prof. Dr. Pande Lazarevski

Former Ambassador, NORTH MACEDONIA

Prof. Dr. Lidija Weis

Prof. Dr. Lidija Weis

Dean of the B2 Ljubljana School of Business, SLOVENIA

Prof. Dr. Gilles Rouet

Prof. Dr. Gilles Rouet

Director of the ISM-IAE – Institut Supérieur de Management, FRANCE

Dr. B.B.L. Madhukar

Dr. B.B.L. Madhukar

Director General of the BRICS Chamber of Commerce, INDIA

Prof. Dr. Firdaus Abdullah

Prof. Dr. Firdaus Abdullah

Dean, Faculty of Business and Management, UiTM, MALAYSIA

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To register you will need:
      • Reference Code(s) you received from us (For Scientific Conference Delegates, last six numbers in the link provided in My Submissions for example: sciencesconf.org:bucharest24eummas:518591)
      • Proof of Payment
      • The list of food and drinks you do not consume
  • Scientific Conference Delegates 
  • Business and Public Sector Delegates
  • Young Researcher’s Competition  
  • Case Study Competition  
  • Women’s Forum (When registering for your main event select option ”Yes” if you wish to participate. The participation is free of charge for all registered conference delegates.)
The Book of Abstracts and Proceedings will be available here for download.
  • TBA
  • Gilles Rouet, ISM-IAE de Versailles SQY, Université Paris-Saclay, France, President of the Scientific Committee
  • Tetyana Vasilyeva, Academic and Research Institute Business, Economics and Management, Sumy State University, President of the Editorial Board, Ukraine
  • Prof. Dr. Janka Táborecká, Faculty of Economics, Matej Bel University, Slovakia
  • Oleksii Lyulyov, Sumy State University, Ukraine
  • Osman Khan, Institute of Customer Management, United Kingdom
  • Hanna Shvindina, Sumy State University, Ukraine
  • Vakhtang Chkareuli, Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • Tetyana Pimoneko, Department of Marketing, Sumy State University, Ukraine
  • Mourad Attarça, ISM-IAE de Versailles SQY, Université Paris-Saclay, France
  • Katarina Aškerc Zadravec, Ljubljana School of Business, Slovenia
  • Andrius Valickas, Vilnius University Business School, Lithuania
  • Denis Tomse, Ljubljana School of Business, Slovenia
  • Danguolė Oželienė, Vilnius University Business School, Lithuania
  • Svetislav Paunovic, Belgrade Banking Academy, Serbia
  • Inga Iždonaitė-Medžiūnienė, University of Applied Social Sciences – SMK, Lithuania
  • Tsotne Zhghenti, Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • Anna Gogichadze, Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • Petar Atanasov, University “Ss Cyril and Methodius” Skopje, North Macedonia
  • Maria-Cristina Ștefan, Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania
  • Nikola Vojvodić, University for Business Engineering and Management, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Croitoru Gabriel, Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania
  • Zeljko Grubljesic, University for Business Engineering and Management, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Jalal Rajeh Mohammad Hanaysha, Skyline University College, United Arab Emirates
  • Valentina Ofelia Robescu, Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania
  • Ana Paula Carvalho do Monte, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
  • Alcina Nunes, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
  • João Paulo Pereira, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
  • Anu Puusa, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
  • Irina Gabriela Radulescu, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiești, Romania
  • Atanas Georgiev, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria
  • Marina Latukha, Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
  • Mureşan Jianu Daniel, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiești, Romania
  • Sonia Georgieva, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria
  • Ivan Blazhevski, University “Ss Cyril and Methodius” Skopje, North Macedonia
  • Valentin Radu, Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania
  • Vakhtang Charaia, Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • Yana Us, Academic and Research Institute of Business, Economics and Management, Sumy State University, Ukraine
  • Thierry Côme, University of Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines -IAE, France
  • Zorana Jerinić, University of Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines -IAE, France
  • Maia Melikidze, Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • Dejan Kojic, University for Business Engineering and Management, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Alina Vysochyna, Academic and Research Institute Business, Economics and Management, Sumy State University, Ukraine
  • Stela Raytcheva, University of Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines -IAE, France
  • Davit Gondauri, Business and Technology University, Georgia
  • Olena Chygryn, Academic and Research Institute Business, Economics and Management, Sumy State University, Ukraine
  • Nevenka Neva Maher, Ljubljana School of Business, Slovenia
  • Edita Gelbūdienė, University of Applied Social Sciences – SMK, Lithuania
  • Ghassan Issa, Skyline University College, United Arab Emirates
  • Laura Marcu, Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania
  • Florea Nicoleta Valentina, Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania
  • Casen Panaitescu, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiești, Romania
  • Deniz Palalar Alkan, Yeditepe University, Turkey
  • Alper Altinanahtar, Yeditepe University, Turkey
  • Sofia Khatsernova, University of Applied Social Sciences – SMK, Lithuania
  • Naseem Abidi, Skyline University College, United Arab Emirates
  • Henri Teittinen, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
  • Carlos R. Cunha, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
  • Paula Odete Fernandes, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
  • Mirjami Ikonen, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
  • Katarína Vitálišová, Matej Bel University, Slovakia
  • Yanamandra Ramakrishna, Skyline University College, United Arab Emirates
  • Füsun Bulutlar, Yeditepe University, Turkey
  • Darko Vukovic, Belgrade Banking Academy, Serbia
  • Altan Kar, Yeditepe University, Turkey
  • Adrian Nicolae Ungureanu
  • Cătălin Marian Voica
  • Ștefan Iacob
  • Andrei Jean-Vasile
  • Nino Enukizde
  • Pande Lazarevski
  • Lidija Weis
  • Marija Latković

Youth Forum
Business and Public Administration
Business and Public Administration
Women’s Forum
Women’s Forum

Conference Venues

DAY 1 (Young Researchers Competition): Valahia University‘s campus is a vibrant and modern educational hub located in the picturesque city of Târgoviște, Romania. It boasts state-of-the-art facilities, spacious lecture halls, well-equipped laboratories, and a rich library resource, providing an ideal environment for academic pursuits. The campus also offers various recreational and cultural amenities, creating a dynamic and conducive setting for students to engage in both learning and extracurricular activities.

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DAY 1 (Case Study Competition): The Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiești is a renowned institution in Romania, specializing in the fields of petroleum engineering, gas engineering, and related disciplines. Located in the city of Ploiești, it has a strong academic tradition and is known for its cutting-edge research in the energy sector. The university’s commitment to excellence in education and industry partnerships makes it a leading choice for students pursuing careers in the oil and gas industry.

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DAY 2 (Scientific Conference): The Romanian Academy, known as “Academia Română” in Romanian, is the most prestigious scientific and cultural institution in Romania. Founded in 1866, it plays a crucial role in promoting and preserving Romania’s cultural heritage, supporting scientific research, and advancing knowledge in various fields. The academy’s members contribute significantly to the country’s academic and intellectual development, making it a cornerstone of Romania’s academic and cultural landscape.

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DAY 3 (Business and Public Administration Forum, Women’s Forum, and Youth Forum): The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) represents the business community in the Prahova County region of Romania. It serves as a platform for businesses to come together, network, collaborate, and address common issues. The CCI Prahova engages in advocacy, networking, business support services, promotion of trade and investment, and serves as an information hub. 

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*Transportation from Bucharest to Ploesti and Targoviste is provided by the host institutions.

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