co-logo-bannerEntrepreneurship has been as a symbol and icon of effort and success in business and entrepreneurs are the pioneers of commercial successes in the community. Their ability to take advantage of opportunities, their power in innovation and their capacity for success, are the criteria which innovative entrepreneurship is measured by them. Entrepreneurs have an important contribution to economic growth in terms of leadership, management, innovation, efficiency, job creation, competitiveness, productivity and the creation of new companies. According to a belief, entrepreneurial revolution is necessary for communities. This revolution in this century is far more important than the industrial revolution. Attitudes toward entrepreneurship and entrepreneurs, from the early 1980s, caused entrepreneurial activities conduction within the company Along with the company’s emphasis on innovation for survival and to compete with entrepreneurs which appear more in the market. Associated with intrusions of bureaucracy in the company’s culture during the 1960s and 1970s, entrepreneurship in large organizations is increasingly attracted the attention of senior managers, until they invent, innovate and commercialize their new products and services. By the beginning of 1980s and the rapid development of industries in global competition, the importance of entrepreneurial processes in large companies was highlighted more than ever and researchers focused on how to inspire entrepreneurship in administrative structure of large companies. Some researchers stated from the first that entrepreneurship and bureaucracy have had contradictory nature and both of them cannot be applied in one structure but some other researchers, have explained how to create sub entrepreneurial companies in holding company’s framework. They believed that the common thing which can be found in all kinds of entrepreneurs is a risky activity and the aim of the generalized process of entrepreneurship in organizations is prioritizing risky activities to current programs of company, it should be mentioned that risky activities in individual and independence entrepreneurship means organizing a new organization or establishing a company and in the concept of corporative entrepreneurship means the development of new activities within the company framework. And due to the statement of great supreme leader of Iran, ayatollah Khamenei, Entrepreneurship is one of the fundamental pillars of resistive economics and the necessity of focusing on resistive economics is felt.

Themes and Sub-themes:


  • Theoretical and Empirical principles about entrepreneurship and value creation
  • Entrepreneurship and its role in sustainable development (economic, political, cultural, social)
  • Entrepreneurship in various areas of science and technology (With the goal of creating jobs and creating value and wealth).
  • The role of entrepreneurship in resistive economics.
  • Entrepreneurship, from the perspective of Islam and Quran.
  • Green Entrepreneurship.
  • Entrepreneurship under sanctions.
  • Military Entrepreneurship
  • And ……..

Incubator centers and science and technology parks:

  • Theoretical and Empirical principles about Incubator centers and parks
  • Specialized clinics for consultation and brokerage firms, operating and maintaining knowledge-based businesses.
  • Knowledge -based Businesses (companies) and commercialization of science and technology
  • And ……..

Management in the knowledge Based SMEs:

  • Theoretical and empirical principles about knowledge – based SMEs
  • Production, financial markets, innovation, legal issues, strategic management, management consulting for SMEs.
  • Business clusters
  • Green business.
  • And ……..

The relationship between universities, industry and society:

  • Theoretical and experimental study on the relationship between universities and industry.
  • University and industry mutual expectations (community)
  • Community/ Models / Patterns / Frameworks for effective communication between universities and industry
  • And ……..

Third Generation Universities (entrepreneur and value creation):

  • Theoretical and Experimental Community on Third Generation Universities.
  • The role of universities in society development of (economic, political, cultural, social).
  • The role of Third Generation Universities in Resistive Economics
  • Academic entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial University – Commercialization of knowledge and academic technology.
  • Universities, Colleges, departments, new generations’ courses.
  • Programs and entrepreneurial training systems in universities.
  • University and industry mutual expectations (community)
  • Community/ Models / Patterns / Frameworks for effective communication between universities and industry
  • And ……..

Commercialization and academic goods & services sale (education, research and technology):

  • Knowledge- based wealth creation (economic, cultural, social and political) in the different academic areas.
  • Shops, exhibitions, academic products markets technology (didactic, research and technology),
  • Academic products sales and after-sales service chain (supply chain management) (didactic, research and technology),
  • Businesses clusters, unions, guilds and organizations which support academic goods and services (didactic, research, technology).
  • Models / frameworks / patterns of employment and money making in the various spheres of academic production (education, research, technology and others).
  • And ……..

Entrepreneurial relationships with various academic courses:

  • Theoretical and Empirical principles about entrepreneurship and academic courses.
  • Entrepreneurship, employment and money making in different humanity courses (management, economics, accounting, law, political science, geography, literature, language, religion, theology, jurisprudence and Islamic law, physical education and sports science, etc.).
  • Entrepreneurship, employment and money making in various fields of basic sciences (chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics, biochemistry)
  • Entrepreneurship, employment and money making in various fields of Agricultural sciences (Agronomy, Horticulture, Soil Science, Landscape, Animal Science, etc.).
  • Entrepreneurship, employment and money making from various fields of engineering (Electrical engineering, Civil engineering, Mechanical engineering, Industrial engineering).
  • Entrepreneurship, employment and money making in various art courses (architecture, urban planning, tourism, restoration and archeology, industrial design, painting, graphic design, clothing design and sewing, cinema, film, theater, acting, script-writing, crafts, art research, public relations.
  • Entrepreneurship, employment and money making in various medicine courses (medicine, nursing, physiotherapy, laboratory, dentistry)
  • Entrepreneurship in defense and military fields and others…..
  • And ……..

And other freebies n line with the objectives of the conference:

  • Knowledge Based Economy.
  • And ……..


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Events 2016


Events 2016