Technology Entrepreneurship



Dr Martin Beckinsale, De Montfort University

Dr Wadid Lamine, Toulouse Business School

Bailetti (2012:5) suggests “Technology entrepreneurship is a vehicle that facilitates prosperity in individuals, firms, regions, and nations. The study of technology entrepreneurship therefore, serves an important function beyond satisfying intellectual curiosity.”

The track therefore, aims to link the intellectual curiosity of Technology Entrepreneurship to the practice of the firm, economics, entrepreneurship and management by considering, although not exclusively, submissions in the following topic areas:

  • Factors influencing Technology Entrepreneurship Development
  • Managing Technology Entrepreneurship in SMEs
  • Forming, Supporting and Transforming SMEs through Technology Entrepreneurship.

Possible areas for consideration:

  • Disruptive Innovation
  • Sustaining Innovation
  • eBusiness
  • Information Systems
  • Social Media
  • Innovative Practices
  • Networks
  • Technology Entrepreneurship and regional, national and international development
  • Technology Entrepreneurship and Education