Innovation is currently deemed to be the most important and dynamic factor elucidating growth and development. At the same time, the traditional view considering innovation as having to be commercialized at any price is being challenged. Recently, there has been rising interest in social innovation to reduce inequality in the society. Social innovation includes the social processes of innovation, such as open source methods and techniques and the innovations which have a social purpose like activism, online volunteering, microcredit, or distance learning etc. There are many definitions of social innovation, however, they usually include the broad criteria about social objectives, social interaction between actors or actor diversity, social outputs, and innovativeness (The innovation should be at least “new” to the beneficiaries it targets, but it does not have to be new to the world). These ideas are created with the goal of extending and strengthening inclusive development of the society. The main argument about social innovation is that it has the potential to effect change in conventional sectors of the economy and society. These sectors include government and the public sector, not-for-profits, as well as the for-profit sector. At the same time, by its very nature, social innovation does not imitate to the well-ordered sectors instead it often intersects and overlaps sectors. To address these concepts, constant exchange of ideas and information between research groups became necessary. This conference focuses on the link between inclusive development and social innovation. It takes the locus that the call for inclusive development through social innovation is the greatest need to humanity of our time. AIMT intends to bring academicians, practitioners, researchers, and industrialists from all across the globe at one platform to discuss issues, challenges & opportunities and share ideas, perspectives, researches and experiences on the current issues and future prospects in the domains of inclusive development, and social innovation in the dynamic business environment.