ILLT 2019 is a significant platform for these issues to be discussed in a constructive manner. This conference affords an opportunity to share insights and experiences, gain new perspectives and promote ideas to policy makers, practitioners and those committed to ensuring that education is positive and purposeful and takes place in environments that are enlightened and exude a transformative attitude
14-15th October 2019
Who Should Attend
The maximum benefit of attending this international conference shall be to researchers, academics, management consultants, corporate professionals, corporate trainers, government officials, representatives of think tanks, social service organizations, entrepreneurs, doctoral and master’s students.
Benefits of Attendance
Learn and acquire cutting edge international knowledge in various disciplines of management from internationally reputed experts.
Recognition of your work on international platform as a participant or paper/poster presenter.
All accepted abstract/full papers will be published in the conference proceedings both print and online version titled “The Business and Management Review”. (Print )ISSN-2047-2854 and (Online) ISSN 2051-8498
Potentially identify your future collaborative partner among international, vibrant and scholarly audience.
Attendees will be eligible for an automatic 10% reduction on our next conference.
Holiday Inn London-Kensington, Wrights lane, Kensington, London W8 5SP
Paper Submission Details
Submission guidelines: http://www.abrmr.com/index.php?view=conference_page&id=5010&mid=2&aid=371
Paper Submission Deadline: 10th September 2019
Academy of Business and Retail Management
The Academy of Business & Retail Management (ABRM) is founded in London in 2006 with the aim of inspiring, recognizing and supporting excellence in business and retail management. Currently, the Academy has three main areas of endeavour: producing four academic journals, organizing an annual cycle of international academic conferences, and offering bespoke training programmes both in the United Kingdom and further afield.
The participants are expected to book and pay for their accommodation and travel on their own. There are various options nearby for accommodation ranging from budget hotels to 5 star hotels to suite each individual's requirements.
The conference will be taking place at: http://www.hilondonregentsparkhotel.co.uk/
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Holiday Inn London - Kensington High Street in central London is located a stone’s throw away from the High Street Kensington Station connecting the affluent shopping district of Knightsbridge via the Circle and District lines. Whilst it is easily accessible from the M4 with London Heathrow Airport only a 30-minute drive, Earls Court and Olympia Exhibition Centres are only a 5-minute journey by car or bus from this Central London hotel.
For further details on location of the hotel and Travel direction please click on
Directions From the airport
From Heathrow Airport
By Car: By car (30 minutes – 13 miles): Follow signs from M4, Eastbound to Central London. M4 Leads into A4. Continue over the Hammersmith Flyover into Cromwell Road, turn left into Marloes Road just before Cromwell Hospital. Follow Marloes Road until it veers to the left. Turn right and you are there.
By train: London Heathrow Airport to Paddington Station 20 minutes by Heathrow Express Train.
From Gatwick Airport
By car (75 minutes – 30.6 miles): Turn onto the M23 to M25 at Junction 7. Follow signs for Heathrow then take Junction 15, then same as from Heathrow.
By train (30 mins): into Victoria Station via the Gatwick Express Train. Change for the Circle Line on the Underground clockwise towards Notting Hill Gate. Station: High Street Kensington.
From City Airport
By car (45 minutes – 12 miles): Head west on Hartmann Rd toward Camel Rd. Head for the A4/ Piccadilly, Slight right at A315/Knightsbridge, continue to follow A315, turn left at Wrights Lane and turn left again at Scarsdale Place.
By train: from the dockland rail station at London City airport travel to Liverpool street and change to the Circle Line (anti-clockwise) towards Notting Hill Gate. Station: High Street Kensington.
From Luton Airport
By train: Take a first Capital connect train to King’s Cross Thames link and then change onto the Circle Line (Westbound) on the Underground, via Notting Hill Gate. Stop: High Street Kensington.
By coach (90 minutes): directly from the airport to Victoria Station
From Stansted Airport
By train: Take the train to London Liverpool street (50 minutes) and then change onto the Circle Line on the Underground. Stop: High Street Kensington.
For further details on travel directions and mode of travel, visit TFL
Academy of Business and Retail Management
79 College Road
Harrow, Middlesex HA1 1BD
Registration Fee for Single Author £350
Registration as a student author/observer £300
Registration as an observer (academic/non-academic) £400
Registration fee for ABRM members £275