2022 Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Conference - Trends in Entrepreneurship Submission

Conference dates

27 Jan 2022 - 28 Jan 2022

Location

The Breakers, Palm Beach, Florida

Description

2022 Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Conference
Call for Trends in Entrepreneurship Submission

Conference Date: January 27-28 2022
Location: The Breakers, Palm Beach, Florida
Trends Submission Deadline: Friday, September 24, 2021

The Frontiers of Entrepreneurship conference is hosted by the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business, along with academic partners.

We invite submissions for the Trends in Entrepreneurship, which features emerging research in the field of entrepreneurship with a focus related funding, ecosystems, teams and talent, or emerging technologies. We especially encourage submissions addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion in entrepreneurship and small business.

Trends submissions are in a slide presentation format and consist of 5-10 slides on a specific topic of current interest. Most trends are based on current research projects, surveys, reports, or new analysis of an emerging topic. Accepted trends will be compiled into a report, and made available to the public. Examples and templates are featured in the Q&A section of the Frontiers website. Additionally, authors may be asked to present or participate on a panel at the Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Conference.

Trends should be submitted any time before the deadline of Friday, September 24. To submit a trend, please visit https://frontiers.unc.edu/ and follow the instructions under “Submit a Trend.”

Trends in Entrepreneurship Senior Editors
• Sekou Bermiss, Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
• Mahka Moeen, Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
• David Robinson, Professor of Finance and James and Gail Vander Weide Professor, Duke Fuqua School of Business

Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Co-Chairs
• Chris Bingham, Hettleman Distinguished Scholar, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
• Tom Byers, Founder and Faculty Co-Director, Stanford Technology Ventures Program
• Chuck Eesley, Keck Foundation Faculty Scholar, Stanford University
• Kathy Eisenhardt, Ascherman Professor of Engineering, Stanford University
• David Hsu, Sapp Professor of Management, The Wharton School
• Steve Kaplan, Neubauer Distinguished Professor, U. of Chicago Booth School of Business
• Starr Marcello, Executive Director of Polsky Center, U. of Chicago Booth School of Business
• David Robinson, Rex Distinguished Professor, Duke University Fuqua School of Business
• Olav Sorenson, Joseph Jacobs Chair in Entrepreneurial Studies, UCLA Anderson School

For additional details, visit Frontiers.unc.edu.