First Author's Name: Nahum Goldmann
First Author's Title/Affiliation: ARRAY Development, Ottawa, Canada; Publisher and Member of the Editorial Board, JIBC
Author's Personal/Organizational Website: http://www.arraydev.com/
Email: Nahum.Goldmann (at) ARRAYDev.Com
Brief Biographic Description: Nahum Goldmann, President, ARRAY Development, is a leading expert and a lecturer on building and securing ebanking and ecommerce, procurement, financial and governance strategies, Knowledge Process Outsourcing, as well as regulatory and government policy issues.
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JIBC sponsors the 2nd International Conference on eCommerce, ePayments and New Entrepreneurship (ICEP 2010) that will be held at the exciting city of Gdańsk, Poland on September 14-16, 2010 (see http://www.icep2010.com/). The theme of the conference is ‘Improving dialog between the industry, academia, investors and governments’. ICEP 2010 is a major international event for researchers, academics, industry and banking executives and experts, government policymakers, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and graduate students interested in advance of eCommerce, ePayments and New Entrepreneurship.
This scientific and practical conference will cover all the business and information management aspects of effectiveness, profitability, accountability and investment climate for eCommerce, eFinance and eGovernance. Speakers are invited from the academic and research institutions, leading innovative corporations and government agencies to debate the most crucial contemporary issues related to various aspects of eCommerce, ePayments and New Entrepreneurship. Over a hundred advanced papers are expected to be presented and discussed.
We also plan to sponsor other equally substantive conferences in Europe, SEA and Latin Americas, as the subject area of Internet Banking and Commerce deserves further academic and practical development. Prof. Nikhil Agarwal and I will much appreciate any proposals from our readers on organizing future conferences in their geographic regions.
As well, we are inviting volunteers from around the globe to participate in database marketing of JIBC-sponsored conferences. Particularly for the graduate students there is a good chance to learn new concepts of Internet marketing and to rub shoulders with the global academic and industrial leaders in Internet banking and B2B commerce.
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