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Multi-format (In-person/Virtual)

Important Dates

Pre-registration Deadline

1st January, 1970

Paper Submission Deadline

Last Date Of Registration

Date Of Conference



Who should attend?

  • Research scholars who want to share their studies on national and international forums and seek research collaborations for the future
  • Educators who want to share their insights on various subjects and gain new knowledge to disseminate among their students.
  • Industry professionals like CEOs, CMOs, Vice-Presidents, Directors, and GMs should attend our events. It will help them get acquainted with the latest developments in their industries. Such events will also highlight the current and probable problems of their domains. .
  • Delegates, stakeholders, and editorial board members of journals can also gain a lot of knowledge from our events.
  • Our events can be power-packed sessions for practitioners like Brand Specialists and Marketing Heads. They can gain much insight into taking their brands to another level.
  • Innovators seeking unique ideas to develop new products and services should attend our highly intellectual events positively.
  • Faculty members of elite education institutions should attend our conferences to enrich their knowledge. It helps them create a powerful generation of future leaders and innovators.
  • Our events provide an excellent platform for Ph.D. scholars. They can present their papers, studies, and research in front of national and international participants.
  • Management or Science students who look forward to expert guidance for career advancements can also attend our events. Our Scopus indexed events can also help strengthen their resume and professional presence in the market.
  • Government Officials and technology experts can also attend our events to know the latest updates of their domains.
  • Students should not miss any opportunity to attend national and international conferences. It can help them identify the right career option and tips to design their career trajectory.

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