The cross-border connections are increasing on a daily basis in this changing world scenario with integration of societies, economies and cultures. Widely nations are getting recognition through political and economic reforms, rapid technological changes, and population growth. Innovations and the dissemination of new technologies are becoming driven forces for an individual and societal progress. National barriers to the flow of goods, capital and people are breaking down and platforms, processes and policies are standardizing. It simply means that global risks for doing business are changing rapidly. And institutions, organizations, companies, universities, stockholders and law makers need to anticipate tomorrow’s risks today.

In past decades, traditional universities were known for the long traditional practices of research and higher education for the elite without accessibility to the general people. But today education is a basic need of society for an individual and societal growth. World’s most developed countries are facing issues of demographic changes, and their traditional universities are struggling to maintain their branding by getting less and less applicants; other side- many developing nations are getting higher demands for quality of education and are not able to provide enrollments for tertiary education due to overpopulation. It has changed the entire profile of higher education from traditional institutions to knowledge based institutions; from research centers to innovative technological hubs; from elite to large segment of population, from traditional communication to technological communication, from traditional classrooms to virtual universities, from costs pressure to new forms of financing with accountability.

At Indo-European Education Foundation, we’ve been helping business since 2013. From academia to industries, business strategies to risk management, collapsing academic institutions to most prominent academic giants and understanding emerging risks to successfully lead their companies into the future.

IEEF’s BRCDGV (Business Risk in Changing Dynamics of Global Village) is a multidisciplinary international platform for academia, industries, law makers, thought leaders, learners, educators, state representatives, independent thinkers, experts, and society at large to present their concerns and find best possible solutions for the development of their businesses. We analyze the latest material on emerging risk to provide business with critical information and practical advice that businesses need to turn risk into opportunity.

On behalf of Indo-European Education Foundation as an initiator of BRCDGV, and our partner universities, after grand success of last two editions BRCDGV-1 in Poland at university of Applied Sciences in Nysa, and BRCDGV-2 at Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University, Ternopil, Ukraine, I am looking forward to welcoming you to India at Patna University, Patna, Bihar, for the 3rd edition of BRCDGV-2020 Conference.

We hope that the conference will bring together a unique and international mix of experts to exchange and share their experience, knowledge on all aspects of Business from all around the world with successful contribution for growing India for doing business- creating a new roadmap for development of Patna, Bihar.


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