Dear Sir, Madame,

 digitalizing of economy has become a crucial driver of global economy 
in recent years. More and more volumes of trade and services are flowing
 electronically using modern technologies what helps saving costs, 
improves responding demands faster than ever before, helps identifying 
customers’ needs and increases quality of products.

 raises questions how single countries can contribute in creating 
attractive conditions for emerging forms of businesses and how they can 
 from this digitalizing the economy.  The 3rd AIB-CEE annual conference 
will therefore focus on issues such as new forms of businesses, role of 
digital economy in Central Europe, digital entrepreneurship and possible
 impacts of digital economy on competitiveness
 and economic growth in Central Europe. The conference will also deal 
with other key aspects of current trends in international business.  We 
want to foster cooperation among business people, scholars and 
specialists from Central and Eastern Europe in doing
 International Business research, disseminating its outcomes and 
improving International Business education.


We invite all interested parties to submit paper and panel proposals. For more visit the conference website: or
 see attached Call for Papers.


The conference will take place at the premises of the University of Economics, Prague on September 29-October 1. Deadline
 for submitting of papers and panels was extended for July 15.



On behalf ot the Conference Program Committee

Dr. Piotr Trąpczyński

Vice-Chair for Communication, AIB Central Eastern European Chapter

Assistant Professor at the Department of International Competitiveness
Poznań University of Economics
al. Niepodległości 10, 61-875 Poznań, Poland
Mobile: +48 608 589 283
Phone: +48 61 854 36 12
Department Secretariat: +48 61 854 33 12
Fax: +48 61854 34 24
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