Keynote speakers

 Bruno Bojić, PhD

Mr. Bruno Bojić, PhD, was born on June 2nd, 1966 in Kakanj, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
After graduating at primary and secondary school in Kakanj, Mr. Bojic graduated at the Business School of Foreign Trade at the Faculty of Economics, University of Tuzla. At the Faculty of Kinesiology in Zagreb, he completes a four-year specialist study in the field of sports recreation. He graduated at the University of Novi Sad from the field of Management and Organization.
Doctoral studies and defense of the Doctoral dissertation on the International Management of International Organizations and their Influence on the Development of Multinational Corporations / companies, Mr. Bojić successfully ends at the Faculty of Engineering International Management of the European University in Belgrade.
Mr. Bojić, PhD, has been working as President / Vice President at the Foreign Trade Chamber of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In his wealthy career, since 1991 he has acted as managing assistant and deputy director, likewise director in several companies in the field of insurance, as well as production and trade of goods.
Mr. Bojić is the author and co-author of several scientific papers published in international journals (Thomson and Ebsco), as well as co-author of books on business ethics and human resources.

He has also received a number of awards among which we especially highlight the International League of Humanists.

 Léo-Paul Dana

Léo-Paul Dana, a graduate of McGill University and of HEC Montreal, is Professor at Montpellier Business School and a member of the Entrepreneurship & Innovation chair, which is part of LabEx Entrepreneurship (University of Montpellier, France). This “laboratory of excellence” is funded by the French government in recognition of high-level research initiatives in the human and natural sciences (LabEx Entreprendre, ANR-10-LabEx-11-01). He has published extensively in a variety of leading journals including the British Food Journal, Cornell Quarterly, Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, International Small Business Journal, Journal of Small Business Management, the Journal of World Business, and Small Business Economics.