Dr Martin Beckinsale, De Montfort University

Majdouline et al (2022: 2) define TE as creating, structuring and exploiting opportunities, and assembling resources around a technological solution (Spiegel and Marxt, 2011; Bailetti, 2012), regardless of the organizational context (Shane and Venkataraman, 2003).

The track aims to link the intellectual curiosity of TE (Bailetti, 2012:5) in any organisational context with Majdouline et al’s (2022) definition and others. Therefore, we invite track submissions in the following topic areas, among others:

  • Factors influencing TE Development & Adoption
  • Managing Technological Entrepreneurship
  • Forming, Supporting and Transforming Business through TE.

Further topic areas for consideration:

  • TE and regional, national and international development
  • Digital Transformation and Entrepreneurship
  • eBusiness & eCommerce
  • Gender and Diversity related TE
  • Information Systems & Networks
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Social Media
  • Disruptive, Sustainable and Open Innovation
  • TE and Education