Debates on strengthening the bilateral economic relations between Romania and Croatia, at CCIR The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania (CCIR), in cooperation with the Chamber of Economy of the Republic of Croatia, organized on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017, at the CCIR Business Center, the Bilateral Business Forum Romania – Croatia. The event was an excellent opportunity for Romanian … Read More
Romania’s position and role in the European energy market The President of CCIR, Mr. Mihai Daraban, had a working meeting with the European Commission representative from the Directorate General for Energy (DG Energy), Mr. Dominique Ristori, on Wednesday, at CCIR Business Center. The meeting was attended by representatives of the Romanian business environment interested and involved in the energy field. … Read More
Collaboration protocol between the Ministry of Business Environment, Commerce and Entrepreneurship (MMACA) and CCIR in support of the Romanian business environment in foreign markets The Minister of MMACA and the President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania (CCIR), signed a cooperation protocol regarding the efficiency and diversification of the external economic missions, in order to support the … Read More
CCIR – in support of the furniture industry The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania (CCIR) and the Association of Furniture Producers in Romania (APMR) organized at Romexpo, during BIFE-SIM international fair, the conference: “How does the state encourage Romanian competitiveness of a performing sector?”.The discussions in the event focused on the wood crisis and the modification of the … Read More
Kingston Business School is involved in the running of the 2nd Global Entrepreneurship Development Conference: Silk-Road Entrepreneurship and Innovation to be held at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China on 23-25 October 2017 Call for Papers 2nd Global Entrepreneurship Development 201710.
Annual Report of the Entrepreneurship Unit at Turku School of Economics available The year 2016 was full of exiting research findings, enlightening collaboration opportunities and new teaching experiences for the Entrepreneurship Unit at Turku School of Economics. The Annual Report is a comprehensive report of the Entrepreneurship Unit’s activities over last year. Read the Entrepreneurship Annual Report 2016 on issuu … Read More
Call for chapters to an edited volume: Work and Labour in the Digital Future WORK2017 Conference was successfully held in August in Turku, Finland. The editorial team at the WORK2017 Scientific Committee aims to publish an edited volume consisting of original papers that contribute to the theme of the conference, Work and Labour in the Digital Future. Edward Elgar has … Read More
Robert Blackburn has been appointed to the Ownership Effect Inquiry. The Ownership Effect is an inquiry revealing new evidence on the performance of employee-owned businesses following a sustained period of growth in their number over the past 5 years. More details can be found here: http://theownershipeffect.co.uk/
Tim Harries was awarded an Environment Agency Project Excellence Award for his work with small businesses in SW England to develop of a web-tool that engages small businesses with the issue of flood resilience. The Environment Agency is the lead authority for flood risk management in England.
Managing the Family Business is a new book published by KMU-HSG and CFB-HSG director Thomas Zellweger. This reference book covers the most important challenges facing family businesses. Zellweger, Thomas: Managing the Family Business. Theory and Practice, Edward Elgar, 2017, ISBN Hardback: 978 1 78347 069 3, Paperback: 978 1 78347 070 9, eBook: 978 1 78347 071 6 https://cfb.unisg.ch/en/lehre/managing-the-family-business