International Conference on Business, Management and Finance

It is our pleasure to announce the 6th International Conference on Business, Management and Finance.

The business and management conference will take place in Cambridge, UK on June 02 – 04, 2023. We encourage you to submit your research paper, which, if accepted by our scientific committee, will be presented at the event and published in one of the prestigious indexed journals.

Finally, to make sure you have a rounded experience of the Business, Management and Finance conference, we invite you to join a free guided tour of the city, exploring its intricate architecture and indulging in local cuisine. See you at ICBMF 2023.

The most important dates to remember are as follows

Date What
12 May 2023 Papers Submission
06 March 2023 Early Registration
23 May 2023 Late Registration
02 – 04 June 2023 Dates of the Conference

Why attend the  International Conference on Business, Management and Finance?

Invest in yourself and boost your academic experience by joining the International Conference on Business, Management and Finance in Cambridge this June! The International Conference on Business, Management and Finance serves as a forum for key discussions in the Managment within an incredible academic community of scholars, researchers, Ph.D. candidates, recent graduates, and students. It’s a chance to actively influence how the field develops and evolves into the future.

Discover the diverse benefits of joining International Conference on Business, Management and Finance:

  • Learn about new global research projects and establish international collaborations
  • Understand best practices, most recent innovations, and hands-on experiences around the world
  • Showcase your research and share your scholarly endeavors with an academic community
  • Take advantage of diverse and fast-track publication opportunities with Conference Proceedings, Scopus-indexed Journals, and Open Access Books
  • Join a free guided City Tour and enjoy conversations with fellow researchers and peers
  • Select among various options for Presentation: Oral, Poster, or Virtual
  • Attend the Conference as an In-Person or Online delegate
  • Advance your knowledge from experts in the field
  • Get the conference official Invitation and Visa Support Letter

Abstract Format Information

You are invited to submit your abstract to the 6th International Conference on Business, Management and Finance (ICBMF), June 02 – 04, 2023 in Cambridge, United Kingdom. Please send your abstract for evaluation by the organizing Scientific Committee and if the abstract is accepted, the submitter must provide a full-text paper. The full paper will be requested for subsequent publication opportunities. Otherwise, your abstract only will be published in the Proceeding. Download conference abstract template.

Upon payment of the registration fee, your presentation will be confirmed

Poster Format Information

Following the review of your abstract by the scientific committee, you will be notified electronically of its status – whether it was accepted or rejected. If your abstract paper has been accepted, congratulations! You are well on your way to present your findings to a prestigious group of peers. Here is how to proceed:

  • Follow the full paper submission requirements as outlined in the template.
  • Submit the final paper using this form.
  • Register for the event and pay the registration fee;
  • Work with the scientific committee on making changes, if requested;
  • Make sure to submit the final paper by the deadline – 12 May 2023.
  • Check your paper for clear style and grammar;

Please note that only original and unpublished papers will be presented at the 3rd International Conference on Business, Management and Finance. Should the committee discover that the paper is under publication consideration elsewhere, it reserves the right to disqualify the paper.

Full Paper Format Information

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

(1) Submit full paper/abstract (in MS Word) via the Online Submission.

(2) Full papers received by the deadline will be (double-blind) peer-reviewed by an internal panel on a rolling basis. A notification of acceptance/rejection will be issued within 7-10 days after submission.

(3) For co-authored papers (with more than one author), the submitting author will serve as the corresponding author who has the responsibility to forward all correspondences to his/her co-authors (e.g., acceptance/rejection emails).

PUBLICATION

(1) Full papers accepted for the ICBMF Conference will be included in the Conference Proceedings for free distribution at the conference. Authors are NOT required to transfer copyrights to ICBMF.

(2) All papers have publication opportunity in various indexed international journal: SCOPUS, ISI/THOMSON REUTERS, DOAJ, EBSCO, GOOGLE SCHOLAR, COPERNICUS, and many more.

Full Paper Length (full paper guidelines)

As a guide, articles should be 6000 words or less in Length.

Setting

  • Margins should be set at 1.2″ top, bottom, right and left.
  • Set tab settings to 0.25″, so that first line of a paragraph is indented by that amount.
  • Paper size should be set for 210mm by 297mm (A4).
  • All text should be type in Calibri with 12 point and fully-justified.
  • Single space the body of the paper. Double space before first or second level sub-headings (in other words, leave one blank line). Sub-headings that take more than one line should be single-spaced. Single space between each listing in the reference section. Do not double space between paragraphs.

Heading

  • Title in addition to the title heading, no paper should have more than three levels of headings within the body.
  • One line is skipped, and then the title should be printed in upper and lower case letters, 20 point in bold-type, and flush to the center margin. Titles that fill more than one line should be single-spaced, and each line is justified.
  • The author(s), affiliation(s) and email should be center, single-spaced, and typed beginning on the second line below the title as shown above. Use 12 point type. Do not use titles such as “Dr.” or “Professor.” Additional authors and affiliations should be stacked under the first with no space between. You should include your your institution’s name and country (all capital) and email.
  • Sub-headings within the body.
  • First level subheading should be left-justified, boldface, in upper and lower case, and printed in 12-point.
  • Second level subheadings should be left-justified, upper and lower case, in bold italics, and printed in 12-point.
  • Third level sub-headings, if necessary, are indented, bold italics, upper case on the first word only, and no punctuation at the end. That paragraph begins right after the sub-heading.

Abstract(full paper guidelines)

All papers begin with an abstract not more than 200 words. The abstract be single-spaced nd italicized. Type should be 12 point. Do not print a sub-heading over the abstract.

Body(full paper guidelines)

The body of the paper should be single-spaced and should immediately follow the abstract. Use 12-point type for the body of the paper. Indent every paragraph.

Figure and Tables

Figures and Table should appear within the body of the paper and should be numbered consecutively. They can be either one column wide (3.35″ maximum) or two columns wide (7.0″ maximum) the figure or table number and description should appear center in boldface 12-point type at the top. See example below. Illustrations, symbols, or parts of a figure should be produced graphically if at all possible. If necessary, tables may be printed across two columns or sideways.

Citing Reference

  • The 4th Edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) is used for citations and for any other formatting questions not answered specifically in these guidelines.
  • Citations in the text should list the author’s last name, comma, and publication date, all enclosed by parentheses, i.e., (Agrawal & Kamakura, 1995).
  • If the author’s name is used in the sentence, there is no need to repeat the name in the citation; just use the year of publication in parentheses, i.e., the Ohanian (1991) model.
  • If a particular page, section, or equation is cited, it should be placed in parentheses, i.e., (Agrawa & Kamakura, 1995, p.58).
  • Note that an ampersand (&) is used with multiple authors only when they appear in parentheses.
  • The references section, including all citations used must be included in your paper. The word “References” should appear as a first-level heading Entries must appear in alphabetical order, with an indent of 0.25″.
  • If several works are cited for any given author, write out the name of the author each time the name appears. Do not use a dash or line. The format to be used for journal articles, proceedings, and books is shown at the end of these instructions.

Appendices

Appendices, if used, should follow the references. The word “Appendix” should be at the top of each appendix as a first-level heading. If there is more than one appendix, number each consecutively.

References

References to other publications must be in Emerald style and carefully checked for completeness, accuracy and consistency. This is very important in an electronic environment because it enables your readers to exploit the Reference Linking Facility on the database and link back you should cite publications in the text.

– For books: Surname, Initials (years), Title book, Publisher, Place of publication. e.g.

Mehrabian, A. Russell, J.A.(2005), An Approach to Environmental Psychology, Simon & Schuster, New York, NY.

– For book chapters: Surname, intials(years), “Chapter Title”, Editor’s Surname, Itinials, Title of Book, Publisher, Place of Publication, Pages. e.g

Calabrese, FA (2005), “The early pathways: theory to practice a continuum”, in Stank Sky, M (Ed).), Creating the Discipline of Knowledge Management, Elsevier, New York, NY, pp.15-22.

– For Journals: Surname, Initials (year), “Title of Article”, Journal name, volume, number, pages. E.g

Capizzi, M. T. and Ferguson, R. (2005), “Loyalty trends for the twenty-first century”, Journal of Consumer Marketing, Vol.22 No.2, pp. 72-80.

– For Electronic Resources: if available online the full URL should be supplied at the end of the reference, as well as a date that the resource was accessed. E.g.

Castle, B. (2005), “Introduction to web services for remote portlets”, available at http://www.128.ibm.com/developerworks/library/ws-wsrp/ (accessed 12 November 2009)

Business

  • Product Development
  • Productivity
  • Branding
  • Business Administration
  • Business Law
  • Project Management
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Risk Management
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Corporate Communications
  • Business Leadership
  • Business Models
  • Business Negotiation
  • Business Planning
  • Business Processes
  • Business Writing
  • Change Management
  • Competitive Strategy
  • Corporate Governance
  • Ethics in Business
  • Customer Service
  • Developing Employees
  • Emerging Markets
  • Family Businesses
  • Market Structure
  • Pricing
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Negotiations
  • Organizational Structure
  • In Sourcing/Outsourcing
  • Performance Measurement
  • Strategic Planning
  • Supply Chain
  • Venture Capital

Management

  • Advertising Management
  • Arts Management
  • Business Management
  • Change Management
  • Communications Management
  • Critical Management
  • Disaster Management
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  • Events Management
  • Expense Management
  • Financial Management
  • Food Management
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  • Project Management
  • Public Sector Management
  • Quality Management and Assurance
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  • Strategic Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Tax Management
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Accounting & Banking

  • Accounting
  • Accounting Analysis
  • Accounting Ethics
  • Bankruptcy
  • Budget Deficit
  • Capital Markets
  • Commercial Lending
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Cost Accounting
  • Country Risk
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  • Crypto Currencies
  • Debt Issues
  • Defense Spending
  • Development Banks
  • European Currency Unit
  • Federal Reserve System
  • General Ledger
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  • Monetary Policy
  • Money Supply
  • Mutual Funds
  • Price Controls
  • Public Accounting
  • Savings and Loan Bailout
  • Securities and Exchange
  • Stock Market
  • Stock Prices
  • Venture Capital
  • Wall Street

Finance

  • Applied Finance
  • Behavioral Finance
  • Capital Markets
  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Derivatives and Structured Products
  • Empirical Finance
  • Entrepreneurial Finance
  • Ethical Investing
  • Finance & Investment
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  • Financial Auditing
  • Financial Crisis
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  • Financial Frauds
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  • Financial Instruments
  • Financial Intermediation
  • Financial Markets
  • Financial Regulations
  • Financial Risk Management
  • Financial Services
  • Global Financial Crisis
  • Hedge Funds
  • Insurance
  • International Finance
  • Internet Finance
  • Managerial Finance
  • Microfinance
  • Personal Finance
  • Project Finance
  • Public Finance
  • Quantitative Finance
  • SME Finance
  • Sovereign Wealth Funds
  • Venture Capital Financing

Economics

  • Aggregate Demand & Supply
  • Applied Economics
  • Budget Deficits & Public Debt
  • Comparative Economics
  • Compound Interest
  • Consumer Credit
  • Credit
  • Econometrics
  • Economic Development
  • Economic Growth
  • Economic Institutions
  • Economic Systems
  • Employment and Unemployment
  • Energy Economics
  • Fiscal Policy
  • Fundamental Economics
  • GDP
  • Global Economy
  • Human Capital
  • Income Distribution
  • Inflation
  • Insurance
  • International Economics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • Money Management/Budgeting
  • National & Regional Economies
  • Political Economy

E-commerce

  • Artificial Intelligence & Retail
  • B2B Ecommerce
  • Big Data Analysis
  • Blockchain Security
  • Cloud Service Innovations
  • Communication and Network Technology
  • Cross-Border Ecommerce
  • Data Privacy
  • Ecommerce Fundamentals
  • Ecommerce Laws
  • Ecommerce Platforms
  • Ecommerce Software
  • Ecommerce Strategy
  • Electronic Contract
  • Electronic Invoice
  • Enterprise Information
  • Fraud & Risk Management
  • Information Security & Trusted Computing
  • Internet Economy
  • Internet-Of-Things
  • Management Information Systems
  • Mobile Commerce
  • Monitoring Services for Ecommerce
  • Multimedia & Image Processing
  • Omnichannel Organization
  • Online Payments
  • Smart Connected Products
  • Smart Logistics
  • Taxes & Ecommerce
  • Webshop Hosting

Marketing

  • Affiliate Marketing
  • Brand Equity
  • Community Management
  • Content Marketing
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • Digital Branding
  • Display Advertising
  • Email Marketing
  • Influencer Marketing
  • International Marketing
  • Online Marketing
  • Search Engine Advertising
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Social Media & Services
  • Telemarketing
  • Viral Marketing
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Conference Price and paper submit

Authors (Students) :

290€

Authors (Regular) :

340€

Listener :

120€

Virtual Presentation :

140€

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