The ACERE main conference program was recently held in the newly established $230 million Science and Engineering Centre in the heart of our CBD QUT Gardens Point campus. 5-8 February 2013.
ACERE participants also had the pleasure of enjoying the stunning views of Brisbane River, Kangaroo Point cliffs and the City Botanic Gardens at the ACERE Awards Dinner held at Room Three-Sixty. Brisbane’s newest premier venue, Room Three Sixty epitomises sophistication and elegance and was a very fitting venue to announce the winners of the 2013 ACERE awards.
The award for Outstanding Paper on International Entrepreneurship was awarded to Sylvie Chetty and Tamara Gulkina for their paper: ‘Effectual networking during the internationalization process of SMEs‘. This award was sponsored by IE-Scholars.
The award for Outstanding Paper on Small Enterprise Research was awarded to Rene Bakker for his paper: ‘Alternative Modes of Entrepreneurial Opportunity Exploitation: The Case of Inter-Organizational Projects ‘. This award was sponsored by Small Enterprise Association of Australia & New Zealand (SEAANZ).
The award for Best Empirical Paper using Qualitative Methods was awarded to Martin Bliemel for his paper: ‘On the Resource Foundations and Triggers of Lucky Events ‘. This award was sponsored by the University of Adelaide.
The award for Best Empirical Paper using Quantitative Methods was awarded to Dorothea Werhahn and Malte Brettel for their paper: ‘The Interplay of CEO Self-Efficacy, A Firm’s Effectual Orientation and Performance’. This award was sponsored by the Queensland University of Technology.
Congratulations to our winners !
Sylvie Chetty & Tamara Gulkina, Rene Bakker, Martin Bliemel, Dorothea Werhahn & Malte Brettel.
and many thanks go to the 2013 award sponsors: SEAANZ, University of Adelaide, IE-Scholars and QUT.