Registration Details

Payment Procedure:

You can pay registration fee via bank transfer and online link. Please contact at respective conference email address for account details.Please remember that registration is completed when the conference fee is paid.

Conference fee covers Access to All Day 01 Sessions, Coffee break & Lunch during the conference, and Conference Material. Authors/Attendees will receive the Proceedings and the Certificate of participation.

All other expenses of the Authors/Attendees are not covered within conference fee. Conference organizers and sponsors are not liable for any other unforeseen circumstances and will not mediate in any Visa/travel/accommodation process due to varying bureaucratic policies of EU states.

Privacy Policy and Refund Policy

Privacy Policy

The European Academic Research Consortium will protect your personal information. Your personal information received will only be used to fill your order. We will not sell or redistribute your information to anyone.

Refund Policy
The registration fee received to European Academic Research Consortium is not refundable. If you have mistakenly pay more than required registration fee then we will refund within 30 days any extra amount you have paid.

Important Note

  • Bank wire transaction charges are not covered by conference organizers.
  • Must send your payment RECEIPT to the respective conference email address.
  • The Student Authors/Attendee need to provide proof of student status.
  • Conference fee is non-refundable.
  • Please advise for your meal category (Vegetarian/Non-Vegetarian) when sending registration confirmation.
  • If you wish your paper to be presented and published in EARC Publications, but you are not able to attend EARC Conference in person, you can register for a “Skype Presentation”. Please be assured that registered virtual authors will receive a copy of the abstracts Proceedings, a participation certificate and an invoice of the registration fee. We will send all these materials via email.

Terms & Conditions

  • Registration for the Conference is only complete and confirmed after receipt of the registration fees.
  • Transaction charges will be borne by the participant.
  • All registration fee categories are counted in EURO currency only.
  • The registration fee is Nonrefundable.

Any complaints may be sent to:

Registration Categories

Faculty / Practitioners
Additional Author
Additional Paper(s)
Early Bird
Normal Fee
On Site Fee
5% Transaction Charges will be applied for payment through credit card

DIVISION 5. Electronic Commerce and the Gig economy

The main areas include the following areas but are not limited to:

- Digital technologies in enabling businesses to adapt to the new normal
- The future of retail: trends and predictions
- Businesses transitioning to online sales and delivery models.
- E-payment systems and digital currencies
- Technology in e-commerce and omnichannel retail
- The future of work: the gig economy and beyond
- Government in regulating gig work and protecting gig workers
- Building a successful gig-based business: strategies and best practices
- Innovation in the gig economy

DIVISION 6. Organizational Behaviour and Change Management

The main areas include the following areas but are not limited to:

- Employee engagement and motivation
- Organizational culture and its impact on behaviour and performance
- Leadership styles and their effectiveness
- The psychology of work and motivation
- Communication skills and conflict resolution
- The role of leadership in driving organizational change
- Implementing change effectively: strategies and best practices
- Overcoming resistance to change: strategies and techniques
- Change management in a digital and remote work environment
- The impact of change on employees and the organization
- Measuring and evaluating the success of change initiatives

DIVISION 4. Cybersecurity and privacy concerns

The main areas include the following areas but are not limited to:

- Data protection and privacy regulations in the virtual world
- Secure online communication and collaboration
- Cyber attacks and their prevention
- Data analytics and information ethical issues
- The dark web, fake news, image transformation threats
- Trust in sharing economies and online models
- Privacy laws, secure digital transactions, cloud security, network security
- Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things (IoT)
- Solutions to enhance cybersecurity and protect personal data in the digital age.
- Role of experts, industry leaders, and policymakers to handle current challenges

DIVISION 7. Information systems and New Business Models

The main areas include the following areas but are not limited to:

- Role of innovation in creating new business models
- Disruptive business models: case studies and lessons learned
- Digital transformation and its impact on business models
- Building a business model that is sustainable and scalable
- Emerging technologies in information systems: artificial intelligence, blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT)
- Big data and analytics: applications and implications
- Designing and implementing effective information systems
- The future of dynamic information systems
- Measuring and evaluating the success of new business models

DIVISION 3. Digital Entrepreneurship and Diversity

The main areas include the following areas but are not limited to:

- Diversity and inclusivity in digital entrepreneurship
- Strategies for leveraging digital channels and platforms for entrepreneurship and small business success
- Opportunities and challenges of starting and scaling digital businesses in the new normal.
- Mentorship and networking in promoting digital entrepreneurship.
- New normal and consumer behaviour
- diversity and inclusivity in entrepreneurship
- Strategic implications for diverse digital entrepreneurship models

DIVISION 2. Business Strategy and Innovative Operations

The main areas include the following areas but are not limited to:

- New normal impact on leadership and management practices
- Future of supply chain management and logistics
- Innovative business models and strategies for success in a post-pandemic world.
- Remote work and its impact on organizational structure and culture
- Strategies for navigating economic uncertainty
- Agility and flexibility in the face of rapid change
- Sustainability and corporate social responsibility

Division 1. Open AI in Industry and Academia

The main areas include the following areas but are not limited to:

- Applications of OpenAI in various industries

- Best practices for developing and deploying AI

- Challenges of integrating AI into existing business processes and systems.

- Impact on the job market, workforce development, and academics

- The ethics and responsibility of AI and its impact on society

- Collaboration between industry and academia

- Government and regulatory bodies role in the development and deployment