Abstract Submission Closing 20th August 2013
The deadline for Abstract submissions for the 2014 ACERE Conference is quickly approaching. With less than 7 days to enter your submission, we encourage you to review the Abstract Guidelines and Conference information and submit your abstract for consideration as soon as possible.
ACERE aims to be a highly developmental professional experience for all participants. The conference features paper presentation sessions as well as a paper development workshop; a doctoral consortium; social events, and keynote addresses by international top scholars.
The website is open for abstract submissions and will close on 20 August 2013. Make sure you get your place on the program by submitting asap! ACERE is the annual, Australian-based research conference dedicated to entrepreneurship. The conference welcomes researchers and research users from Australia and all over the world. ACERE is short for “Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange”. Click here to view the abstract submission guidelines and start planning your visit to ACERE 2014.
The 2014 conference program will feature a highly experienced line up of panelists who will serve as reviewers (in writing) and face-to-face discussants/chairs of the papers selected for ACERE “Paper Development Sessions”. They all have extensive publishing, reviewing, editorship and mentoring experience at the highest level. Moreover, you can expect at least another four international experts of the same calibre to be added at a later stage. Several of these eight scholars will also appear in keynote and/or panelist roles during the conference. Read more about our panelists here.
For more information about the 2014 ACERE Conference including Abstract Submission Guidelines, Panelists, Paper Development Sessions and Sponsorship and Partnership opportunities, go to www.acereconference.com.
If you have any questions about the abstract submission process, please contact the Conference management team on 07 3368 3511 or email email@example.com.
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