Fourth Virtual Café – CRES Association
November 2 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
CRES Association is pleased to invite you to the fourth “Virtual Café”
“Tomorrow’s SMEs (SME 5.0): Scenarios, Applications and Technologies with using the 5th wave theory”
scheduled for next
Monday, 2nd of November 2020 at 3:00 p.m. CET.
The 5th wave/tomorrow age theory and the related models are about proceeding of future of I4.0 (I5.0) as a symbol for west, & Society 5.0 (Society 6.0) as a symbol for non-west that has been invented, introduced and improved by Prof. Dr. Hamid Doost Mohammadian 2010-2017. In this theory and based on 7PS model, SMEs, have a very important vital role to reach CSR 1.0 and CSR 2.0 to improve sustainability. The 5th wave theory posits the readiness for the edge of tomorrow, for 1-) forecasting, 2-) prevention and 3-) facing today’s challenges, and tomorrow’s crises! It creates SMEs in tomorrow’s societies founded on open innovation, high technologies, IoT, D3 revolutions, AI, big data techniques, and appropriate smart business strategies which can create new concept of SMEs which is capable of tackled with future concerns from a national scale up to global, facilitating the spread of different business systems entitled ”Tomorrow’s SMEs/Hybrid SMEs or (SME 5.0)”. Based on the 3D SocioEcoEnvir model, the priority in SME 5.0 is 1) Environmental responsibility, 2) Social cohesion and at the end 3) Economic efficiency. In this theory ‘’the world economy will be changed from a business economy to an innovative data and sustainable business economy, leading to the concept of the “Internet of Business (IoB)”.
The subject will be discussed further with the following relevant speakers:
Opening session: Prof. M. Spatafora, President, CRES Association (IT)
Introduction: Arch. A. Spatafora, Managing Director, CRES Association (IT)
Main Speaker: Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. H. Doost Mohammadian, Professor of Sustainability in Germany, FHM (DE)
Discussion: Dr. Mariya H. Nadeem, Director of Communications, LISD (UK)
The webinar will last approximately 1 hour and will be held in English language. For more information, please follow this link.
For organisational reasons, please confirm your participation and/or provide data of other colleagues who will attend the event filling in the registration form at this link.
To attend the fourth Virtual Cafè:
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 934 0026 6351
Please access the indicated zoom room at least 10 minutes before starting.
For any further information, do not hesitate to contact Mrs Alessia Spatafora at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.