RENT XXXIV in Naples, Italy
November 18 - November 20
Conference theme: “Entrepreneurship in the Digital Era”
Digital entrepreneurship is defined as creating new ventures and transforming existing businesses by developing novel digital technologies and/or adopting a novel usage of such technologies. The increasingly digitalized environment has led to a changed living situation characterized by economic growth, job creation and innovation, and opened new possibilities to train the next generation of entrepreneurs creating new possibilities for anyone thinking of becoming an entrepreneur. Several entrepreneurial practice and theory have recently been identified and streams of research that deal with digital entrepreneurship have been identified, including everything that is new and different about entrepreneurship in a digital world, as digital business models, digital entrepreneurship process, platform strategies, digital ecosystem, entrepreneurship education, digital academic entrepreneurship and social digital entrepreneurship. With its empirical and conceptual advances, entrepreneurship research has created an impetus that has changed a simple phenomenon into an autonomous field with its theoretical background. Join us at RENT 2020 in Naples, in advancing the field of entrepreneurship by discussing and challenging digitalization as a cornerstone of the entrepreneurship theory.
Pre-conference venue (Nov 18): Hub San Giovanni Federico II, corso Protopisani 80, Naples, Italy
Conference venue (Nov 19-20): Congress Center Federico II, via Parthenope 36, Naples, Italy
Mario Raffa, Deputy of StartCup Campania 2019, Deputy for the National Innovation Awards Competition
Pierluigi Rippa, Director of Engineering Management Master’s Degree, Manager StartCup Campania 2019
Gabriella Colucci, President & CEO Arterra Bioscience S.p.A., CEO Vitalab S.r.l.
Satish Nambisan, Nancy and Joseph Keithley Professor of Technology Management, Professor of Design & Innovation, The Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University