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EIS Conference

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International Conference on Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Society

Date - February 15th -16th, 2024

Early bird registration: 20th January, 2024 | Last date for registration: 10th February, 2024. 

About the Conference

In the era of digitalization and sustainability, the forces of innovation and sustainable entrepreneurship have gained unprecedented momentum. This paradigm shift has not escaped the notice of a wide array of stakeholders, from academics and practitioners to policymakers. Particularly in a world increasingly reliant on technology and connectivity, the potential for technology-driven entrepreneurial endeavors to drive meaningful change in the lives of marginalized and underserved communities has come to the forefront. In response to this dynamic landscape, we are delighted to announce the second edition of the Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Society (EIS) Conference. Our mission is to navigate the complex landscape of social issues, striving to unearth innovative solutions through social enterprises, startups, and social innovation, all within the context of this rapidly evolving digital age.

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, takes great pride in organizing this landmark conference. At the heart of this conference lies a dedication to both the theory and practice of entrepreneurship and innovation. Our conference encompasses a wide array of startup initiatives and welcomes academic and practitioner contributions from diverse disciplines, including sociology , technology, education, management, psychology, economics among others.

“Innovate for Social Impact: Sustainable Entrepreneurship in the Digital Age” is a call to action. Over the course of two enriching days, our conference endeavors to kindle dialogues on entrepreneurship, social innovation, and technology. It provides a global platform for presentations and conversations, bringing together communities from around the world. Join us as we embark on this journey towards harnessing the power of entrepreneurship and innovation for the betterment of society. Together, we can create lasting change and shape a brighter, more inclusive future! We look forward to welcoming you to the conference.

Conference Themes and Tracks*

The track focuses on the fusion of innovation and social responsibility in the business world, highlighting entrepreneurship’s power to address pressing social and environmental challenges.

  • Eco-friendly Tech for Social Well-being: The track focuses on entrepreneurship leveraging eco-friendly technologies for social benefit.
  • Environmental Conservation & Sustainable Practices: The track emphasizes entrepreneurship at the intersection of environmental conservation and sustainability, promoting green practices and preserving ecosystems.
  • Social Entrepreneurship for Community Empowerment: The track spotlights the role of social entrepreneurship in addressing community-specific challenges and strategies for creating positive social change at the grassroot level.
  • Government Policies Driving Social Change: The track explores the impact of government policies, incentives, and programs in supporting sustainability and social entrepreneurship, and the alignment with entrepreneurial ventures aimed at social and environmental impact.

In an era characterized by rapid changes and an increasing emphasis on sustainability, this track delves into the pivotal intersection of business models, innovation, and sustainability-driven creative problem-solving. It seeks to uncover pioneering approaches, strategies, and frameworks that not only contribute to organizational success but also prioritize and promote sustainability in an ever-evolving business landscape.

  • Platform Business Models: This sub-track explores the principles and practices of varieties of business models. It delves into how organizations can design strategies that prioritize waste reduction, resource efficiency, and environmental sustainability. Participants will learn about real-world case studies, innovations, and best practices that illustrate how platform business models principles can be integrated into various industries.
  • Inclusive Business Models: Inclusivity delves into sustainable business models with a focus on social responsibility and equity. This sub-track showcases successful examples of inclusive business models that drive both profitability and societal well-being.
  • Sharing Economy Business Models: It explores the rise of peer-to-peer platforms, collaborative consumption, and resource optimization. Participants will discover how sharing economy models reduce waste and environmental impact while fostering community collaboration.
  • Sustainable Business Models in Emerging Markets: It explores how sustainable models can address unique challenges and opportunities in regions undergoing rapid economic development. Attendees will gain insights into strategies for creating sustainable, environmentally responsible businesses in diverse and dynamic global contexts.

In this track, we delve into the dynamic convergence of entrepreneurship and the circular economy. We explore pioneering approaches and strategies that entrepreneurs can leverage to foster sustainable and circular business practices. Key focal points within this track include:

  • Circular Business Strategies: Delving into how entrepreneurs can conceptualize and implement circular business models, with an emphasis on resource efficiency, waste reduction, and sustainability.
  • Circular Product Development and Ingenuity: Investigating the influential role of entrepreneurs in designing products with circularity at the forefront, emphasizing the extension of product lifecycles and the mitigation of environmental impact.
  • Optimizing Circular Supply Chains: Exploring how entrepreneurial initiatives can advance circularity within supply chains, fine-tuning resource utilization and waste reduction.
  • Entrepreneurship’s Role in a Circular Future: Examining how entrepreneurs can spearhead the transition to a circular economy, bolstered by real-world examples and case studies that showcase sustainable and regenerative entrepreneurial ventures.

This research track underscores the interconnectedness of entrepreneurship, innovation, and leadership as essential pillars in achieving remarkable accomplishments. In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, thriving requires more than just surviving. Entrepreneurs, leaders, and innovators must embrace a triad approach that combines entrepreneurship, innovation, and leadership to navigate the challenges and seize the opportunities that come their way. This approach, often referred to as the “Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Leadership Triad,” is a powerful framework that fosters success and sustainable growth

  • Entrepreneurial Mindset and Strategy: This track involves exploring the foundations of entrepreneurship, including the mindset, strategic planning, and risk management required for successful ventures.
  • Innovation in Practice: This track involves delving into the practical aspects of fostering innovation within organizations, from idea generation to product development and market adaptation.
  • Leadership in the New Economy: This track involves examining contemporary leadership styles and strategies tailored to navigate the challenges and opportunities of the digital age and globalized markets.
  • Diversity and Inclusion in Leadership: This track involves exploring how diversity and inclusive leadership can drive innovation and entrepreneurship in today’s diverse workplaces.

This track embodies the dynamic shift in educational paradigms required to nurture innovative and enterprising minds. It champions the evolution of educational institutions, curricula, and methodologies to equip students with the entrepreneurial skills, mindset, and knowledge needed to thrive in a rapidly changing world.

Sub tracks:

  • Experiential Learning and Real-World Challenges: This includes emphasizing hands-on experiences, practical projects, and simulations in entrepreneurial education and Strategies for integrating real-world challenges into the curriculum to prepare students for entrepreneurship.
  • Entrepreneurship Across Disciplines: This includes emphasizing on how entrepreneurship education can benefit students from diverse academic backgrounds.
  • Innovation in Teaching Methods: It includes exploring innovative pedagogical approaches and teaching techniques for entrepreneurship.
  • Global Perspectives in Entrepreneurship Education: It includes examining the importance of cultural diversity and international perspectives in entrepreneurial training.

This theme underscores the pivotal role of entrepreneurship in bridging gender disparities and fostering rural development. It champions the empowerment of women entrepreneurs in rural areas, recognizing them as catalysts for economic growth and social progress. By promoting entrepreneurship as a vehicle for change, this theme aims to create opportunities, drive innovation, and build resilient communities where every individual, regardless of their gender or geographic location, can actively participate in and benefit from entrepreneurial endeavors, ultimately contributing to a more equitable and prosperous society. 

Sub tracks:

  • Women in Entrepreneurship: This track focuses on the unique challenges and opportunities faced by women entrepreneurs, highlighting their contributions to the business world and exploring strategies to enhance their participation and success in various industries.
  • Community-Based Entrepreneurship: This track highlights community-based entrepreneurship, underscoring the importance of sustainable business initiatives within communities. It focuses on addressing the specific needs and challenges faced by entrepreneurs operating within these local ecosystems, ultimately contributing to community development and economic empowerment.
  • Gender-Inclusive Funding and Resources: Access to funding and resources plays a crucial role in entrepreneurship. This track delves into the disparities in funding faced by minority entrepreneurs, with a particular focus on women and other genders in rural and urban areas and explores solutions to bridge these gaps.
  • Technology and Innovation for Inclusion: Technology can be a great equalizer. This track explores how technological advancements and innovations can be harnessed to empower minority entrepreneurs, particularly women in rural settings, and create more inclusive business ecosystems.

*Submissions beyond the scope of the themes are also welcome.
*Case studies, poster presentations, and perspective papers are highly encouraged as a part of the submission for the conference.




BML Munjal University (BMU) seeks to transform higher education in India by creating a world-class, innovation-led, teaching, learning and research environment. Established in 2014 by the founders of the Hero Group. BMU provides inter-disciplinary learning and transformative education that empowers students to become innovators, risk-takers, and leaders who can take on the future. Entrepreneurship and innovation are the core of BMU. 

The Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (I2E) at BMU is a prime driving force behind the Innovation and Entrepreneurship agenda at the university through the following.

TSEC, E-CELL, BMU was formed with the vision of giving aspiring entrepreneurs a strong foundation upon which their start-ups could be established. The TSEC Club provides a productive platform for networking and interaction. It organizes various events such as leadership lectures, workshops, B-Plan competitions, innovative games, etc that help in the development of entrepreneurial skills and knowledge. The Club provides necessary resources such as mentoring, consultancy, and seed funding to help students achieve their entrepreneurial objectives successfully. Eminent entrepreneurs enlighten the students about the important aspects of entrepreneurship to boost their entrepreneurial journey. With these motivations, the E-Cell has organised a number of successful events, including the Start-Up Exhibition, Financial Workshops led by industrialists like Vinay Nagia, an event on the stock market in collaboration with StockPe, Growth Mindset Workshops, and many others.

The incubator hub at the campus with contemporary facilities required for supporting the start-up ventures. BMU has set up an ACIC -BMU foundation to Create an ecosystem to nurture ‘ENTREPRENEURS’ who are innovative, tenacious, ethical, and have a great zeal to create economic value and societal impact through their ventures. The ACIC at BMU is supported by Niti Aayog and is a pre incubation facility as envisaged in the ACIC charter set by Niti Aayog.

Propel is the BMU incubator which offers incubation to Full-time/Part-time BMU students (current/alumni) intending to nurture their business ideas. While in incubation, these students not only get to avail the various facilities of the incubator but also interact and learn from the experiences of other entrepreneurs. They get to meet their mentors during various mentoring sessions and learn the nitty-gritty of incorporating a company, validating a business model, formulating a go-to-market strategy, building a core team, and many more.

INSTITUTION INNOVATION COUNCIL (IIC) was established in the collaboration with MHRD Innovation Cell at AICTE. The council provides the operational leadership for innovation and entrepreneurship activities being conducted among the students and faculty of BMU.

Patron's Message

Ms. Swati Munjal
President, BML Munjal University

I extend a heartfelt welcome to each of you participating in the second edition of the Entrepreneurship Innovation and Society (EIS) conference. It is a great pleasure to witness the convergence of bright minds and pioneering spirits in our collective pursuit of innovation.

When we contemplate innovation, it goes beyond technological advancements for organizational growth. As we’ve come to realize, true innovation encompasses social impact, contributing to the prosperity of societies and the world at large. This year, our EIS conference revolves around the theme, “Innovate for Social Impact: Sustainability in the Digital Age.”

“Innovation—the heart of the knowledge economy—is fundamentally social.” – Malcolm Gladwell

Throughout history, innovation has been the driving force behind societal progress, from the invention of the wheel to the advent of the internet. All forms of innovation have paved the way for an improved quality of life. In today’s rapidly transforming world, we stand at the intersection of technological evolution and the imperative for a sustainable and equitable future. It is our responsibility to harness these advancements creatively to address urgent social and environmental challenges.

I am eagerly anticipating the unfolding of the collective intellectual prowess and innovative spirit among all participants, converging to tackle the intricate relationship between sustainability and the ever-evolving digital landscape.

This conference serves as a unique platform, uniting scholars, researchers, students, start-up founders, and industry professionals. Together, we are committed to exploring inventive solutions for the intricate challenges posed by sustainability in the digital age. I urge each one of you to actively engage and play a role in shaping the narrative of sustainability in this era.

By fostering interdisciplinary collaborations and embracing diverse perspectives, we can contribute to the development of solutions that address the social issues confronting our global community. I congratulate the chair for selecting such a pertinent theme for the conference and extend my best wishes for a fruitful and enlightening experience.

Prof. Shyam Menon
Vice-Chancellor, BML Munjal University

I am honored to extend a heartfelt welcome to our upcoming Entrepreneurship Conference, an event of tremendous significance and promise, with the theme “Innovate for Social Impact: Sustainable Entrepreneurship in the Digital Age.” This conference serves as a testament to our commitment to fostering innovation, responsible entrepreneurship, and the pursuit of lasting social change. In an era defined by digital transformation and global challenges, entrepreneurship is a driving force for positive impact. It has the potential to reshape industries, communities, and even the world. Our conference will bring together leading thinkers, visionary entrepreneurs, and dedicated scholars to explore the convergence of innovation, sustainability, and entrepreneurship.

Throughout the event, you will have the opportunity to engage with thought-provoking keynote speakers, participate in enlightening panel discussions, and gain practical insights in hands-on workshops. We will delve into the ethical dimensions of entrepreneurship, the strategic use of digital technology, and the imperative of creating ventures that leave a lasting mark on society. I encourage you to seize this moment as an opportunity to not only gain knowledge but also to contribute to the global discourse on responsible entrepreneurship. This is a space where academia, industry, and the entrepreneurial community converge to inspire, educate, and initiate transformative action. I do not doubt that the innovative ideas and solutions generated during this conference will have a profound impact on our society. Each of you plays a crucial role in this endeavor, and I look forward to your active participation, thought leadership, and entrepreneurial spirit as we embark on this inspiring journey of entrepreneurship for social impact in the digital age. Thank you for your dedication to making a difference and for joining us in this collective pursuit of a better and more sustainable future.

Mr. Goh
Chairman of the I2E steering committee

I am delighted to see the second edition of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Society (EIS) conference 2.0 at BMU being launched. As the founder chairman of the Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship of BML Munjal University, my dream is to see a generation of young entrepreneurs transform society and families with innovation, entrepreneurial creativity and the courage to make a difference. With increasing geopolitical tension, inflation and signs of economic recession, it is crucial for entrepreneurs to use their talents for social good and to improve the lives of the man on the street. I am glad to see the I2E growing from strength to strength and with this EIS conference, I am sure that many more young entrepreneurs will receive valuable mentoring and guidance so they can forge the paths they are determined to take.It would provide a platform for networking and the exchange of ideas by bringing together a confluence of Start-Ups, Founders, Investors, and Academia at BMU on February 15th & 16th 2024.



Prof. Deepak Pandit
Conference Chair

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the second edition of the Entrepreneurship Innovation and Society ( EIS) conference at BML Munjal University.
EIS was borne out of the conviction that the entrepreneurship ecosystem in the country has been catalyzed by policy and practice, and the role of academia has to be strengthened in the growth of the ecosystem. EIS aims to be the platform for this dialogue between the triad of policymakers, investors, and academics.
The Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (I2E), in collaboration with other schools of the university namely the School of Management, School of Law, School of Engineering and Technology, and the School of Liberal Arts, takes pride in organizing this conference. The EIS conference offers a comprehensive platform encompassing a wide spectrum of startup initiatives and extends contributions from diverse disciplines, including sociology, technology, education, management, psychology, and economics among others.

“Innovate for Social Impact: Sustainable Entrepreneurship in the Digital Age” serves as a call to action. Over two intellectually enriching days, our conference endeavors to stimulate and facilitate dialogues about entrepreneurship, social innovation, and the dynamic interplay of technology. It provides an expansive global platform for the dissemination of erudite presentations and the exchange of insights, uniting and nurturing communities from various corners of the world.
Innovation has no fruit without entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship has no root without innovation, this interplay between entrepreneurship and innovation has an intrinsic impact on society. We welcome researchers, founders, investors, students, media, and industry to be a part of the dialogue and participate in this confluence of academia, practitioners, and stakeholders from the start-up ecosystem.


Organising Committee

Conference Secretariat

Ms. Shreenidhi R
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Ms. Chanchal Tyagi
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Mr. Hardikya Gupta
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Ms. Talisha
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Ms. Manya
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Ms. Vidhi Gill
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Conference Advisory Board

Technical Advisory Committee


Deans Advisory Committee

Directors Committee

Conference Schedule

Day Time Activity
1 10:00 a.m.-11 a.m Day 1 Inauguration of the Conference: Speech of VC, Conference Chair & Deans
2 11:15 a.m.- 12:00 noon Day 1 Key note Speaker(s) - Day 1
3 12:15 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Day 1 Panel Discussion-Day 1
4 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Day 1 LUNCH BREAK
5 2:30 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. Day 1 Doctoral Colloquium (Scholars)/ Entrepreneurship Educators (Academicians)/Prototype Competition
1 10:00 a.m. -10:45 a.m. Day 2 Key Note Speaker - Day 2
2 11:00 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. Day 2 Start- up Panel Discussion – Day 2
3 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m. Day 2 Paper presentation (Parallel Sessions)
4 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Day 2 Lunch Break
5 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Day 2 Paper Presentation (Parallel Session)
6 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Day 2 Valedictory Session


  • All contributions must adhere to any one reference style. (APA, Chicago, Harvard, etc.)
  • The paper should have the formatting of 12 font size in Times New Roman and 1.5 spacing.
  • An initial abstract of not more than 500 words to be submitted
  • After abstract acceptance, an extended abstract of not more than 2000 words is to be submitted.
  • Paper proposal in PDF/MS word format.
  • The title of the paper should not exceed 15 words.
  • Minimum three(3) and maximum five(5) keywords to be provided
  • The corresponding author and all co-authors should be listed in the submission along with their affiliation./li>
  • A maximum of three (3) proposals, either as an author or a co-author, may be submitted.
  • Case studies, poster presentations, and perspective papers are highly encouraged as a part of the submission for the conference.


  • Submission window opens: 15th October, 2023
  • Submission of initial abstract: 31st December 2023
  • Initial Abstract Acceptance Notification: 15th January 2024
  • Early bird registration: 20th January 2024
  • Last date for registration: 10th February 2024


Abstracts / Extended Abstracts should be sent by email to

Registration Details

Category Early Bird Registration
(till 20th January)*
Regular Registration
(till 10th February)*
Academician India INR 2500 INR 3000
Foreign USD 125 USD 150
Research Scholars** India INR 1000 INR 1500
Foreign USD 50 USD 75
Industry experts INR 3500 INR 5000
*Fee Exclusive of 18% GST
**Research scholars can apply for a fee waiver to the organizing committee.

Details for wire transfer (Only for International Delegates)

Account Name
Account Number 50100167133991
IFS Code HDFC0000043
Branch E-143
Bank Address Saket, New Delhi - 110017
Bank Name HDFC Bank

Registration Link

Abstract Template

Call for Papers

Extended Abstract Template


BML Munjal University


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Housing Information

We have limited rooms available at BMU Guest House. These rooms (with attached toilet and bathroom) are available for single occupancy at a subsidized net rate as below. The availability will be shared in early March. Please write to with the heading ‘Accommodation Request’ in the interim as rooms will be allotted on a first come first served basis.

Name of the Hotel: Fortune Park Orange
Address of the Hotel – K.M. Stone 67, NH-8, Near Raman Munjal Hospital, >Sidhrawali, Gurgaon, Haryana 122413
Contact Number : 0124266 8800
Approx. Charges
Tariff (with Breakfast and Dinner)
Single Standard: ₹3200
Double Standard: ₹3800
Tariff (Without Breakfast)
Single Standard: ₹2700
Double Standard: ₹3200