The 2014 meeting will be held in Vancouver, Canada on June 23-26, 2014. Our host school will be Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University.
=> Draft Program
A Detailed Draft Program is now available. Please check for the accuracy of your manuscript and author information.
Corresponding authors have already been notified of the decisions. Corresponding authors can login to the Submission System to see the decision and retrieve any reviews and track chair comments. If your submission was accepted, please check our Author FAQ and Registration FAQ for presentation and registration related questions and deadlines.
=> Do you need a Visa for Canada?
Check out the Vancouver Travel Information to learn about visa requirements and other useful travel information.
Special lodging rates are available for the Westin Bayshore, the venue of the conference. Rooms are almost sold out, so hurry!
=> Air Travel Discounts
Discounted rates are available through the Star Alliance for AIB 2014.
About the 2014 Logo
The unique, Northwest coast-inspired crest for the Academy of International Business 2014 Annual Meeting in Vancouver features the wolf, representing intelligence and leadership. The wolf is a pathfinder, the forerunner of new ideas, and a patient teacher -- attributes that guide and inspire next year's conference. Within a wolf pack, there may be individualism, but there is also a predominant sense of family.
The crest was created by highly accomplished Cree/Metis artist James Michels, whose work is held in high esteem by other artists and knowledgeable collectors. James apprenticed with acclaimed Coast Salish artist Joseph Campbell and spent considerable time observing various master artists at the K'san Native Art School. His bentwood boxes and stunning carved panels can be regularly viewed in most of the major galleries of Northwest Coast artwork in both Canada and the United States.