The Global Labor Organization (GLO) and the International Network of Business & Management Journal Editors (INBAM) share the mission to support young researchers as early and later career academics around the globe in the development, composition and publishing of their research papers in reputable journals. As an example, they provide support through training workshops which event organizers might want to use.
INBAM, a UK registered charity, is an association of current and former editors of Thomson Reuter ISI-rated journals and an institutional member of the GLO. A central INBAM objective is the support of young researchers, early and later career academics around the globe, in the development, composition and publishing of their research papers in reputable journals.
To this end, INBAM brings together its editor members and academic researchers in a mutually supportive system of workshops, conferences and training sessions in different countries, especially where the supportive framework is in a development phase.
While INBAM makes presentations at major international conferences, its main thrust lies in running one or two–day tailor-made workshops, comprising formal presentations, hands-on break-out sessions and advisory clinics on a one-to-one basis. INBAM’s services are provided free of charge, but operating costs are to be covered by Workshop sponsors.
Further information available from: firstname.lastname@example.org
INBAM website: https://www.inbam-editors.org/