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Welcome to the 40th annual CCSBE Conference

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The J Herbert Smith Centre for Technology Management & Entrepreneurship at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) is pleased to invite you to the 40th annual Canadian Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (CCSBE) conference on October 20 – 22nd, 2021!

CCSBE 2021 will be virtual!

The conference focuses on the diverse approaches to advancing entrepreneurship and driving economic recovery across societal sectors and countries and adopts a comparative and international perspective in addressing traditional topics in entrepreneurship and innovation and technology. Researchers, educators, entrepreneurs, administrators, students, policy makers and all interested in advancing entrepreneurship and small business are invited to participate in this great gathering. We invite proposals for academic papers, professional workshop sessions and panel discussions in all fields related to entrepreneurship, especially on the following topics:

 Technological innovation to advance entrepreneurship

 Skills gaps for small and medium-sized enterprises

 Advancing and growing small businesses to drive economic recovery

 Entrepreneurship education and pedagogy

 Comparing entrepreneurship processes across nations

 National culture and entrepreneurship

 Diversity and inclusion within entrepreneurship (e.g., women, newcomers, indigenous peoples, visible minorities, differently abled individuals , youth and seniors)

 Social innovation and entrepreneurship

 Small Business- and Entrepreneurship-related policy

 Entrepreneurship in low income or emerging markets

 International and transnational entrepreneurship

 The role of entrepreneurship in economic development

 Incubators and accelerators

 The role of government promoting SMEs and entrepreneurship

 University based new ventures and student engagement

 Sustainable entrepreneurship and innovation with a focus on solving environmental issues

 AI and other technology-based ventures

 Case studies on entrepreneurship and innovation

 Learning from the experts – panel discussions with experts in the fields of entrepreneurship , small business development, diversity and inclusion, social entrepreneurship, or economic and social policy.

While we are particularly interested in submissions that relate to the above topics, papers and workshop proposals on any aspect of entrepreneurship are welcome.

A special track showcasing the application of entrepreneurial skills by students in building early enterprises and stage start-ups will also be featured at the conference with student pitch competition with prizes.

Additional tracks will be developed based on the topics covered by the submissions received.

Critical Dates

• Paper abstracts or workshop proposal submissions due: July 15, 2021

• Full paper or final abstract due: August 15th, 2021

• Early bird conference registration ends: August 31, 2021

Unpublished working papers welcomed. Proposal submissions should be no more than two pages, Times New Roman 12pt in Microsoft Word format: the first page will include a title, names, status and contact details of author(s); the second page will present contents and 5 keywords.

Visit the conference website for more details: https://www.ccsbe.org/ccsbe2018/ccsbe-2021-conference/

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