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About Dan Rosplock

As AIB’s Communications Manager, Dan supports member engagement and collaboration across a full range of media platforms, including social media, print, and the academy’s website.

AIB Canada Introduces New Webinar Series on Burning Issues in IB

2021-01-06T14:43:58+00:00August 20th, 2020|2020, Issue 3, AIB Newsletter, News|

The study and practice of international business is evolving rapidly in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. As new issues continue to arise in the field, online events have become an increasingly valuable source of up-to-date information for students and scholars around the world. To help our members keep up with today's [...]

Exciting Changes for AIB Insights

2021-01-06T14:42:43+00:00August 14th, 2020|2020, Issue 3, AIB Insights, Announcements, News|

We are happy to announce some exciting structural and process changes to AIB Insights, a primary publication outlet for short, applied articles that provide "Actionable International Business Insights". These upgrades will improve our review process and greatly increase the exposure of individual articles and our publication as a whole. A full summary of these [...]

Congratulations to our AIB 2020 Online Award Winners!

2020-07-24T13:45:50+00:00July 9th, 2020|AIB 2020 Announcements, News|

AIB 2020 Online may be over, but there are still plenty of reasons to celebrate. During these difficult times, our members have continued to innovate the field of IB research and, as always, we want to recognize their exceptional scholarship. Our 2020 award nominees are a credit, both to our association and [...]

AIB 2020 Online Wrap-Up

2020-08-13T17:04:27+00:00July 8th, 2020|AIB 2020 Announcements, News|

We did it—we've made history! Our association has completed its first all-online Annual Meeting and we couldn't have done it without you. In recognition of their role of in our event's success, all of our conference participants will be emailed certificates of participation within the week. Now, even though our main [...]

Five Tips for Having a Great Online Conference

2020-06-24T19:14:17+00:00June 24th, 2020|AIB 2020 Announcements, News|

As you get ready for this year's innovative and exciting Annual Meeting, it may be useful to think about how to prepare yourself so you can benefit optimally from the event experience. Since many of us are taking part in an all-online conference for the first time, here are some tips [...]

Announcing the AIB 2020 Award Nominees

2020-06-18T13:30:45+00:00June 18th, 2020|AIB 2020 Announcements, News|

During difficult times, it's always nice to have something to celebrate—like the fact that our members are continuing to produce some of the most innovative research in the field of IB! Our Annual Meeting has always been an occasion for us to recognize exceptional scholarship and AIB 2020 Online is no [...]

Five Reasons to Register for AIB 2020

2020-06-12T20:55:51+00:00June 12th, 2020|AIB 2020 Announcements, News|

For many in the IB community, AIB 2020 Online will be the first all-digital conference they have ever participated in. Though there is no true substitute for the face-to-face interactions you have had at our in-person events, going online does give us a ton of new opportunities for engagement and inclusion: Pre-Conference Workshops [...]

AIB Presidential Statement: Diversity & Inclusion

2020-06-11T12:38:24+00:00June 9th, 2020|AIB 2020 Announcements, News|

As an international organization, the diversity of our membership has always been a core strength of AIB. In light of the recent global protests against racism, we wish to reaffirm our organization's long-term commitment to diversity and inclusion. AIB supports all of its members worldwide, regardless of race, ethnicity, age, gender, religion, or national [...]

AIB Insights CFP: Effects of Coronavirus on International Business

2020-04-22T14:02:18+00:00April 22nd, 2020|AIB Insights, Announcements, News|

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating effect on people worldwide. According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 2.5 million people have been infected and at least 175,000 people have been killed worldwide (numbers that are likely to have grown significantly even before you read this sentence based on current trajectories). [...]

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