7th International Conference on Applied Sciences
The American Business School of Paris organized, in partnership with BRCORP, the IPI-IGS Group and Conference World, the 7th International Conference on Applied Sciences, Engineering and Management, under the theme: “Entrepreneurship and Technology”. This event has been graced by the participation of many researchers from India, Japan, Malaysia, South Africa, Botswana, France, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Morocco, etc.
Paris offers all the conditions for the success of a large-scale event
Paris was the obvious choice as the French capital is on the way to becoming a European and international hub for FinTech and start-ups thanks to its attractiveness and the many assets and facilities it offers to business leaders, innovative project leaders and budding entrepreneurs.
It therefore follows that the French capital has won many prizes and distinctions, including the EU Innovation Prize in 2017. In the same year, President Emmanuel Macron inaugurated Station F, a 34,000 square meter startup campus located in Halle Freyssinet in Paris. Created by Xavier Niel and directed by Roxanne Varza, it is the world’s largest startup campus, confirming Paris’ status as the world capital of Startups. In 2017, France led for the first time “The Soft Power 30” ranking, which lists the most influential countries in terms of openness, tolerance, culture, gastronomy, digital technology, etc., and thus confirms France’s reputation in the world. Paris in particular is well placed to welcome students from all over the world to learn and train in an ideal environment that offers them all of the necessary conditions to excel and succeed, both during their training and in the professional world.
Find your place in a changing world
And besides, a country’s influence and development also depends on its ability to integrate new technologies and offer the necessary conditions for innovation and creativity. Nowadays, in this digital era, it is impossible to do without new technologies, whatever the sector and whatever the profession: engineers, directors, teachers, students, etc.
These two scientific days were a great opportunity to meet researchers to interact, exchange and learn from each other. The American Business School considers this to be the hallmark of an international scientific event. Finally, it should be noted that this conference was a success thanks in particular to the work, involvement and commitment of our MBA students enrolled in the “Entrepreneurship and Business Development” concentration.