About the Online
Instead of taking place in person, an adapted version of the conference will take place online on June 2-3, 2020, as a prelude to the physical conference that will be held later in the year in Paris in October 2020.
By using a digital format for the postponed event, participants can join into a range of live keynotes, panel, paper and expert discussions and other conference tracks. The condensed, facilitated and video recorded activities will enable participants to either synchronously or asynchronously share and expand their knowledge, get inspired and immerse in virtual networking with other attendees from across the globe.
20 and 21st
Ecole des Ponts Business School and the Creating Value Alliance are proud to invite you to the Third Global Conference on Creating Value that will take place in Paris on October 20th and 21st, 2020. Building on the foundations of the previous global editions in Leicester and New York, the Global Conference on Creating Value in Paris aims to increase our understanding of what it means to create value in a constantly changing environment.
Call for papers
New deadline April 23rd
The organizing committee of the Third Global Conference, June 2020, on Creating Value is inviting academics and professionals to share their latest insights and/or research findings on the topic of Creating Value through a paper, poster or video presentation, or any other creative way to share the knowledge that is suitable for a conference setting.
The online conference will comprise three different time zones situated around the world.
For each zone, we have prepared an exciting line-up of events:
(CET) 10h – 13h
North & South
(EDT) 11h30 – 14h30
(JST) 14h – 17h
This section is for our inspiring, thought-provoking, and
sometimes un-settling keynotes to challenge our basic beliefs.
Interactive creative sessions will harness the power of collective intelligence
to explore some of the crucial problems that we are currently facing.
A great opportunity for networking!
High value-added paper sessions for researchers to get feedback on
their work and exhibit their ideas in the physical conference in October.