EMAC Regional Conference 2021 Warsaw, Poland 22-24 September Extending boundaries: The impact of digital world on marketing
The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change
Heraclitus of Ephesus
Digital revolution has radically transformed marketing environments, inducing profound changes in organizations, their marketing activities and research. Nowadays, we assume digital marketing to be something natural. Can digitalization, however, progress even further? What further changes should we expect? Or maybe, on contrary, we need a digital detox? What are the challenges to marketing in the era of automation and big data?
The Conference focuses on the impact of technology on marketing. It aims to diagnose what changes digitalization brings to marketing theory and practice, and what are the directions of the development of digital environments and marketing.
Conference program: here
The European Marketing Academy (EMAC) is a professional society for people involved or interested in marketing theory and research established in 1975. The purpose of the European Marketing Academy is to provide a society for persons professionally concerned with or interested in marketing theory and research. Its aims are to serve as the core of a communication network for disseminating information and promoting international exchange in the field of marketing.
At present, the Academy has over 1000 members from more than 57 different countries in all five continents.
Speakers and Organizers
Rector & Dean ESCP Paris & Berlin
Professor Kaplan’s research focuses on analyzing and decrypting the digital world, in particular the areas of social media and artificial intelligence. With several seminal articles and + 30,000 citations on Google Scholar, Professor Kaplan has been counted among the worldwide top 50 business and management authors according to John Wiley & Sons. Furthermore, broadly covered Stanford study recognized Kaplan as one of the world’s top-cited and impactful scientists. Professor Kaplan has teaching experience in top-tier schools and universities such as Harvard, Sciences Po Paris, and Tsinghua University.
With over ten years of leadership experience in higher education, Professor Kaplan serves as Dean and Rector of ESCP Business School Paris and Berlin. Previously, he held positions as Dean for Academic Affairs, Director of Brand and Communications, and elected Head of the Faculty's marketing department. Kaplan is particularly interested in the future of education impacted by digital transformation, increased competition, and reduced public funding, and has published extensively in this area in academic and practitioner journals.
Program Committee Chair
Associate Professor of (Digital) Marketing at Kozminski University. His research activities are focused on various aspects of digital transformation and the impact of emerging technologies on marketing. His research studies – papers and chapters - can be found among others in: European Management Journal, Business Horizons, Journal of Management Analytics, Routledge and Emerald. At Kozminski University he is academic director of several postgraduate study programmes: Digital Marketing, Electronic Commerce, Digital Transformation. He is also Director of the CYBERMAN Digital Transformation Research Center. Since 2020 he serves as Kozminski University’s Rector.
Organizational Committee Chair
Researcher at the Kozminski University in the Department of Marketing. Since 2007 Director of Postgraduate Program in Marketing and Management and academic director of Postgraduate Program in Fashion Management. A specialist in conducting training in marketing, market analysis, advertising, sales techniques, customer service, brand management and consumer behavior. Chairwoman of the organizing committee of three national conferences and co-chairwoman of the international conference. Academic director of professional and graduate programmes in marketing. Member of EMAC since 2011.
Organizational Committee Chair
Researcher at the Kozminski University in the Department of Marketing. His interests focus on marketing issues in various business sectors, especially in the context of strategies and consumer behavior. He has published many articles in the field of marketing, cooperated as a consultant with numerous Polish and international companies. In 2002 he completed the program of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, receiving the Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing. Academic director of undergraduate programme in marketing. Since 2017 he is the national representative of EMAC for Poland.
Organizational Committee Member
Researcher at the Kozminski University in the Department of Marketing. Specialist in the field of scientific research and teaching conducted in the area of CRM, in particular analysis of the client portfolio, customer lifetime value (CLV) and customer knowledge (Knowledge from Customer - KfC). Director of postgraduate studies in marketing research and analysis and marketing automation.
Mirosław Antonowicz - PhD in economics in management sciences, Certified e.g. "Senior Logistics" European Logistics Asociates Brussels, Business Trainer.
Researcher of Leon Kozminski Academy – College of Management, Professor of Leon Kozminski Academy - Department of Marketing, Head of Postgraduate Studies in ALK in Logistics Management, Purchasing Management, Head of Certified Master's Studies in Logistics and Supply Chain Management of Leon Kozminski Academy. Director at the International Science and Business Centre (Center for Logistics and Supply Chain Management) at ALK
Active Manager of the Transport, Forwarding and Logistics Sector (TSL), among others, President and Vice President of the Office of Rail Transportation 2006-2010, Member of the Board of Grupy PKP in the years 2017-2020, Chairman and member of many Supervisory Boards e.g. Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board of PKP CARGO S.A. in the years 2017-2020., Member of the Polish Logistics Society, Member of the Association of Managers and Experts of Rail Transport in KIG. Former expert and member of the Bureau (two terms) of the Logistics, Logistics and Transport Processes Section - Transport Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences (2007-2014).
Currently, Chairman of the Committee of the International Organisation for Railway Cooperation and Member of the Scientific Council of the Railway Institute.
Co-author of 3 monographs and 5 compact practical studies in the field of transport. Author of more than 200 scientific articles in the field of management, transport, marketing, logistics. Participant or manager of more than 20 different types of research and advisory programmes
Prof M. Antonowicz has been or is a member of the Scientific Councils of several journals in the field of transport and logistics, e.g. "Logistics and Transport "Transport "Transport Review", "Rail Transport Technology"; permanent collaborator, "Eurologistics and "Logistics and Quality". Organizer and Participant of many international and national conferences and seminars.
Prof. Sebastian Jarzębowski (Logistics and Supply Chain Management Special Session Chair, Organizational Committee Member)
Professor at Department of Economics and Scientific Director of Logistics & SCM Research Center at Kozminski University. President of Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) in Poland and Research Fellow at Supply Chain Risk and Resilience Research (SCR3) Institute, University of Missouri–St. Louis.
He has many years of experience in research and teaching activities in field of information technologies in logistics, business process modeling and supply chain management. The scientific and research activities focuses on the efficiency of companies, supply chain management and logistics. Prof. Jarzebowski is a scholarship holder of the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD), the Schaumann Foundation and others. He was coordinator of over 20 domestic and international projects i.e. Horizon 2020, Interreg CE, POWER, POKL, RPO, FP7, NCN, NCBiR in the field of logistics and supply chains, in particular supply chain integration, digital transformation and procurement.