the 4th International Conference on Entrepreneurship studies, Business, Economy, and Management Science (4th ESBEM) by Research Synergy Foundation held virtually on October 5, 2020. The aim of Conference is to bring together leading academician, researchers and scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Business, Economy, and Management Science. The 4th ESBEM 2020 International Conference shows up as a cutting-edge Economy, Business and Management Science Research platform to gather presentations and discussions of recent achievements by leading researchers in academic research.

Participants are from various countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Philippines, China, India, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Morocco, Somalia, Hong Kong, Tanzania, Yemen, Cameroun, Rwanda, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, Kenya, Russia, Libya.

The opening was done by Mrs. Santi Rahmawati MSM., as Founders & Global Network Operation Director Of Research Synergy Foundation. Director Of Scholarvein.

Then Mrs. Ani Wahyu Rachmawati as Founders & Publication Director Of Research Synergy Foundation. Director Of RSI And RSF Press Introducing about Global Research Ecosystem

The Keynote speaker of the conference was Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mumtaz Ali Memon as Associate Professor of HRM (Human Resource Management) NUST Business School, Islamabad, Pakistan. He gave the knowledgeable information about “METHODOLOGICAL MISCONCEPTIONS AND GUIDELINES”.

After the keynote speaker session, the main agenda was presentation session. This session was chaired by Dr. Joycelyn SicatDayrit as Lecturer and Researcher from Holy Angel University and City College of Angeles, Philippines.

Presentation was divided by 5 tracks, There are E-business, Entrepreneurship, Applied Economics, Management Science, and Marketing Management

The first presenter was Siti Nor Bayaah Binti Ahmad with research entitled “Influence of Environmental Stimuli Towards Affective Condition and Impulsive Consumption of OLVE in Malaysia”

The second presenter was Anushia Chelvarayan with research entitled Factors Affecting Students’ Perception on Online Shopping Factors Affecting Students’ Perception on Online Shopping”

The third presenter was Kah Boon Lim with research entitled “The Study of Customer Satisfaction of Shopee Customers In Malaysia”

The fourth presenter was Chew Sze Cheah with research entitled “Entrepreneurial Intention Among the University Students: Personality Traits that Matter”

The fifth presenter was Nur Iylia Syafiqah Abdul Malik with research entitled “Determinants Contributing To The Rise of Womenpreneurship among B40”

The sixth presenter was Muhammad Taufiq Amir with research entitled “Intrapreneurship’s Driver Revisit: The potential role of multi-firm factor”

The seventh presenter was Alawi Balfaqih with research entitled “Comparing The Financial Activity Indicators Between Conventional And Islamic Banks In The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia”

The eight presenters was Anna C. Bocar with research entitled “Management Roles: Intuitions of the Academic Institution Employees”

The ninth presenter was Yeow Jian Ai with research entitled “The Use of E-wallet among Gen-Y in Malaysia during the Global Pandemic: Using PLS-Sem Analysis”

The ninth presenter was Gek-Siang, TAN with research entitled “Determinants of Excursionists’ Satisfaction and Loyalty towards Architectural Tourism in Ipoh Township, Malaysia”

The tenth presenter was Flaviana Ivy Febian with research entitled “The Effect Of The Health Belief Model On The Intention Of Older Consumers In Malaysia To Consume Functional Foods: The Moderating Effect Of Perceived Familiarity”

All the presenters had delivered/ shared their research and work eagerly at the presentation session. In brief, the participants received scientific feedback from the session chair and improve their research from the discussion session among participants/ audiences. Hopefully, with this virtual conference, we still have an opportunity to share knowledge and get a new insight for each other.