The 11th ICCMI travels to the island of Corfu. The Conference will be held between the 12-14 of July 2023. We invite academics, practitioners and students from around the world to participate.

Corfu or Kerkyra as it is known in Greek is one of the most famous Greek islands and indeed a very popular travel destination ranking among the top 10 in Greece. Corfu has a very ancient and rich heritage. It is the Homeric home of the Phaeacians who aid Odysseus in his quest to return to his home of Ithaca. Corfu, in antiquity known as Corcyra, was a great naval and commercial power and an original colony of the city of Corinth. It was the apple of discord that led to the Peloponnesian War in ancient Greece between Athens and Sparta and their respective allies.

The island was part of the Byzantine empire for centuries and became part of the Republic of Venice around 1400 under which rule it remained for almost 400 years. Corfu under Venetian sovereignty became a bulwark against Ottoman expansion to Europe. Under the Venetians, Corfu developed its unique culture, a mixture of East and West. This becomes evident in all aspects of life and art including painting, architecture, cuisine, language, music and many more. The island is truly a unique civilizational melting pot. The city’s old town was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2007. It is an island full of archaeological sites of all eras, beautiful architecture, wonderful beaches and exquisite cuisine.

This year the Conference is co-organized by the Department of Business Administration, School of Economics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and the Chair of International Business, Department of Marketing and International Business, University of Vienna, Austria with the endorsement of the Department of Tourism of the Ionian University, Greece.

Professor Christina Boutsouki of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and Professor Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki of the University of Vienna, Austria will serve as Conference co-Chairs alongside Professor Emeritus Christos Sarmaniotis, the founder of ICCMI.

We are very pleased to announce that Professor George Nakos, will serve as the Keynote Speaker in the 11th ICCMI. George Nakos is Professor of Marketing and International Business at Clayton State University in Atlanta, Georgia.

After the landmark 10th ICCMI in Naxos last summer, ICCMI will continue the same tradition of bringing together academics and practitioners from around the world who discuss, argue and engage in knowledge transfer in the fields of Marketing , Tourism and other related fields. Moreover, ICCMI invites abstracts and papers from other, selected, thematic areas of Business Administration. For more information please check our topics.

We invite you to submit your manuscripts and register for ICCMI 2023.

Publication opportunities

All accepted manuscripts will be included in the Conference proceedings(with ISBN number). A variety of publication opportunities will be announced as the time progresses. So far the following journals offer space for a few selected papers submitted to ICCMI 2023 provided that they meet the standards of the journal.

https://www.emerald.com/insight/publication/issn/1352-2752 Qualitative Market ResearchScopus (CiteScore 2021: 3.1)
ABJ (ABS): 2

*European Journal of Tourism ResearchScopus, ESCI – Clarivate Analytics

**Journal of Global ResponsibilityScopus
ESCI-Clarivate Analytics

*Selected papers within the scope of the European Journal of Tourism Research will be invited for possible publication in a regular issue after the usual double-blind review process.
**For this journal there will be a fast-track review process for papers in Environmental Μarketing and Ethical Issues.

Important Dates

BY 12/06/2023 Final Deadline Extension
BY 20/06/2023
ICCMI 2023
12-14 July, 2023

ICCMI 2023 is endorsed by

Ionian University, Greece, Department of Tourism