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What is happening at ACERE2021 this week?

ACERE2021 – the Australian Entrepreneurship Research Exchange – takes place this week and we are delighted to welcome all delegates and presenters.

ACERE2021 has to be in a virtual mode this year – with the standard format:

  • Entrepreneurship Educators Forum (whole day forum involving educators, researchers, entrepreneurs and other stakeholders)
  • Doctoral Consortium (whole day workshop bringing together PhD students and senior top entrepreneurship scholars)
  • Paper Presentation Sessions (Authors presenting their papers with discussions)
  • Paper Development Sessions (Authors get developmental feedback from senior scholar in an interactive way)
  • Social activity (e.g., the Grand Social Thursday night with Per Davidsson’s Entrepreneurship Research Quiz)

We like to thank Prof Dean Shepherd, Prof. Michael Frese (Asia Business School), Prof. Per Davidsson (QUT), Dr. Anna Jenkins (University of Queensland), Prof. Justin Craig (Bond University), Dr. Baden Uren (Bond University), Prof. Rowena Barrett, AsProf. Marilyn Uy (Nanyang Technological University), AsProf. Paul Spee (University of Queensland), Dr. Scott Gordon, (University of Adelaide) and Dr. Frederik von Briel (University of Queensland) and many others for their support for this year’s ACERE.

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⏹ Key Dates


Doctoral Consortium: 6 February 2023

Paper Development Workshops: 7 February 2023

Educators Forum: 7 February 2023

Industry Forum: 10 February 2023

Main Conference: 8-10 February 2023

Social Events:

Welcome Reception: 7 February 2023

Social Event: 8 February 2023

Awards Night: 9 February 2023

Submission and Deadlines:

Full paper submission deadline for the conference: 30 November 2022

Educators Forum submission deadline: 7 December 2022

Application for the Doctoral Consortium: 15 December 2022

Registration early bird prices: 15 December 2022

PDWs submission deadline: 3 January 2023


As a first-time participant and a new doctoral student just 6 months in, the conference has been extremely useful for me in terms of my own personal learning and in meeting new, liked-minded individuals. I would definitely encourage more of my friends to apply the conference in the future.