University-business partnering is recognised around the world as critical to stimulating economic competitiveness, innovation, and enhanced workforce capability. Government policy in many countries has shifted in recent years, emphasising the value of university-business collaboration, with increasing funding and support mechanisms being established to incentivise cross-sectoral engagement. Based on its relative small population and economy, Australia […]
The Adelaide Business School was thrilled to host Dr Sylvie Hertrich of Ecole de Management, Strasbourg (University of Strasbourg) for a guest lecture on Luxury Branding.
Dr Hertrich’s experience and insight into how international brands, including Audi, Hermes and Krug Champagne, position themselves through marketing strategies was invaluable.
If you would like to get involved or didn’t […]
You’re invited to attend a special guest lecture on ‘Luxury Brand Marketing’
Many of our companies and even entire industries talk about “going upmarket”; being “premium”; selling into “high value niche markets”.
The University of Adelaide Business School is proud to host a special event relating to luxury brands marketing. Our guest speaker is Dr. Sylvie Hertrich, […]
We are thrilled to announce that the Adelaide Business School has been internationally recognised a leading provider of Accounting and Finance subjects by the QS World Ranking system.
Click here for the full QS World Rankings of Accounting and Finance subjects.
I invite you to join me for the Adelaide Business School Reception in Melbourne on Thursday 26th June 2014.
It will provide an opportunity for you to network with your alma mater but also hear about the Business School’s new vision and new initiatives which we more than welcome your participation in moving forward.
I hope you […]
The University of Adelaide is pleased to announce that Dr Fiona Kerr, adjunct with the Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre (ECIC), has been commissioned by the Economic Development Board (EDB) of South Australia to work on a value chain mapping and analysis method to be used by the state government as a basis for policy […]
On Wednesday, 19 March the Faculty of the Professions had the privilege of hosting Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist for HSBC Australia & New Zealand. Speaking to a full lecture theatre of eager students (at 7.30 in the morning!), Paul examined the future of Australia and where our next economic boom may come from.
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