Journalism,  pointed out that In 2006, the Media Management and Transformation Centre at Jonkoping International Business School in Sweden hosted an international research workshop on media entrepreneurship.
What does JIBS stand for?
JIBS stands for Jonkoping International Business School (Sweden)
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We have 8 other meanings of JIBS in our Acronym Attic
- Jaringan Informasi Bidang Ilmu Sosial (Indonesian: Social Sciences Information Network)
- Journal of International Biotechnology Law
- Journal of International Business and Law (Hofstra University School of Law and Frank G. Zarb School of Business)
- Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation
- Juvenile Inclusion-Body Myositis
- Jakarta Interbank Offered Rate (Indonesia)
- Japan Internet Business Platform
- Jerusalem Institute of Biblical Polemics (est. 1981)
- Japan International Boat Show
- JISC-assisted Bibliographic Dataservices
- Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology
- Journal of International Business Strategy
- Journal of International Business Studies (Academy of International Business)
- Journal of the Institute of Bangladesh Studies (annual publication)
- Joint Intelligence Broadcast Steering Group
- Japanese Irrational Belief Test
- Joint Integrated Battlespace Test Methodology
- Japan Image Communications Co., Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan)
- Japan Intercultural Consulting (Chicago, IL)
- Japan Investment Council
Samples in periodicals archive:
com)-- The success story for Swemee started two years ago when a group of young entrepreneurs from Jonkoping International Business School in Jonkoping, Sweden started the business as a part of the group project for one of their courses.
This research was supported by the Centre of Logistics and Supply Chain Management of Jonkoping International Business School in Sweden and Supply Chain Management Development Research Lab (SC Lab) of School of Business of Soochow University in Taiwan.
Editors Dal Zotto (entrepreneurship, marketing and management, Jonkoping International Business School, Sweden) and van Kranenburg (corporate strategy, Radboud U.
of Technology, Australia, and Jonkoping International Business School, Sweden) brings together 25 papers on new firm startups in a collection meant for students, researchers, policymakers, consultants, and others who are interested in the antecedents, processes, and outcomes of new business venturing.
Ake Andersson (economics, Jonkoping International Business School, Sweden) and David Andersson (local development and management, Leader U.
of Siegen, Germany, and entrepreneurship, Jonkoping International Business School, Sweden) bring together 16 essays by an international group of contributors, who met at the international conference on "Trust and entrepreneurial behavior in East and West European economies" at the U.
and Wiklund (business administration, Jonkoping International Business School, Sweden) examine the growth, performance, and entrepreneurial activities of small businesses.