BML Munjal University has always stood by Innovation and Entrepreneurship. We are proud to present to you The Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Society (EIS) conference at BMU. During the pandemic, it became clear that innovation and entrepreneurship were the pillars that the world evolves on. At BMU, our vision is to develop an entrepreneurial culture at the university and nurture the spirit of inquiry, creativity, problem-solving, entrepreneurship, and innovation. The EIS conference provides a platform to promote entrepreneurship and innovation among the scholarly community and practitioners. Besides, it also encourages cross-disciplinary contributions from various disciplines. I welcome all the innovative minds and entrepreneurial souls to be a part of this grand conference.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship are crucial engines for positive social change, more than ever before! This fact has drawn the attention of several stakeholders both, academicians and practitioners. Policymakers are continuously searching for sustainable practices to impact the lives of millions of marginalized and oppressed communities. This inaugural conference on Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Society (EIS) is dedicated to the ongoing development of theory and research on entrepreneurship and its impact on social good for the community. It aims to understand and encourage discourse on social problems and solutions for the same through social enterprise, start-ups, and social innovation. BMU, its Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (I2E) along with the School of Management, School of Law, School of Engineering and Technology, and School of Liberal Arts is organizing this much-needed conference to initiate a discussion among stakeholders of entrepreneurship.
The conference is dedicated to the theories and practice of entrepreneurship and innovation, to enable the start-up ecosystem in the country and to show how in combination they become a crucial initiative for social good. The conference covers start-up initiatives and invites academic papers from various disciplines such as Engineering and Technology, Law, Liberal Arts, and Management. It aims to foster discussion on entrepreneurship, innovation, and society from around the world for two days of presentations and dialogue to engage communities in solving their social problems, attract impact investments, and build replicable and sustainable models of practice.