International Symposium on Business and Social Sciences

Country: Japan

City: Tokyo

Abstr. due: 05.03.2020

Dates: 07.07.20 — 09.07.20

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Organizers: MOCT

Conference fees and accomodation: USD$300-500


On July 7th to 9th, International Symposium on Business and Social Sciences (IBSS) hosts its annual sustainability forum. The event convened thought leaders and practitioners from business, government, academia, nonprofit organizations and other stakeholder groups to explore opportunities and best practices for unlocking the value of the circular economy, and accelerating scalable solutions across global supply chains.

The circular economy, marked by creative innovations and a systems-level approach, can be used to tackle many of the world's most complex environmental and social challenges.

2020 International Symposium on Business and Social Sciences, bringing professionals from public and private sectors, academia and consultancy together, takes great pleasure in welcoming you to Tokyo, Japan under the theme "Better Business, Better World: Mainstreaming the Circular," to discuss issues relevant to the practical application of circular economy worldwide and sustainable financial needs.

Social Sciences Sessions

●    Business & Management

●    E-Commerce and Online Marketing

●    Communication

●    Finance & Economics

●    Management Accounting

●    Law & Politics

●    Climate Change Law

●    Education & Special Education

●    Rehabilitation Counseling

●    Psychology & Philosophy

●    Environmental Psychology

●    Literature & Linguistics

●    Humanities & Culture


Special Session

●    Circular Economy Innovations

●    Sustainable Packaging Best Practices

●    Sustainable Manufacturing Practices

●    Circular Business Model Design

●    Reducing Construction Wastes

●    Zero E-Waste with the World’s First Waste Micro factory

●    Recycling One Billion Takeaway Coffee Cups

●    Turning Organic Waste into Energy

●    Circular Economy Tech Disruptors

●    Eliminating Food Waste Globally

●    Green Supply Chain



•    Theme will focus on Climate Change and Global Instability.

•    Local Host welcomes Dr. Stacey Vye from Saitama University.

•    Be Part of Committee and Speakers! We are often on the lookout for new ideas and speakers.

•    Keynote Speech from Mr. Nathaniel Gronewold, an award-winning environmental journalist

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