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Conference presentations of the Junior Professorship at the ACERE 2024 in Sydney

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The Junior Professorship for Entrepreneurship and Digitalization presented two research contributions at the Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange (ACERE) 2024 conference, held this year at the University of Technology Sydney. This year's theme for the prestigious annual event, which brings together distinguished scientists, researchers in entrepreneurship, practitioners, educators, and policymakers worldwide, was "Entrepreneurship in an Age of Complexity and Societal Change."

  • The paper "The Success Factors of Digital B2B Platforms in the Logistics Industry and How to Achieve Them" by Simon Hensellek and Julius de Groot analyzes the success factors of digital B2B platforms and their strategies using the logistics industry as an example.

  • In the paper "Artificial Intelligence and Corporate Venture Capital: How Investments in Start-ups Influence Artificial Intelligence Adoption," Torben Nübel, in collaboration with researchers from the University of Münster, examines whether established companies can learn AI knowledge from start-ups.

Both pieces of research were presented by Torben Nübel.