Category: Alumni Newsletter articles
The Adelaide Business School was delighted to join with the American Chamber of Commerce to host Deputy Governor Dr Guy Debelle’s speech in Adelaide on Wednesday 10 April.
Speaking to a full house, Dr Debelle gave SA’s government, banking and business communities the opportunity to hear firsthand the Reserve Bank’s take on the health of the […]
Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour set a stunning backdrop at an event launching the Adelaide Business School’s new international Wine Business program last night.
Developed in partnership with KEDGE Wine and Spirit Academy in Bordeaux, France, the new innovative program has been designed to give the international wine industry access to the best minds from two of […]
Throughout history, business families and the skills and capital they bring, have been the engine room for entrepreneurial activity and growth of economies around the world.
To mark National Family Business Day (19th of September each year), Family Business Australia [SA chapter] together with the University of Adelaide, are holding a seminar for family business owners, […]
As in 2013, our Family Business Education and Research Group [FBERG] conducted the research for KPMG Australia and Family Business Australia’s biennial Australian Family Business Survey. The 2015 survey report was released last week and can be accessed from our FBERG home page or from KPMG’s website (which contains a short 2.5min video, together with […]
The University of Adelaide Business School has been ranked as one of the top 25 global business schools for family business education and research. It is the only Australian university represented on this list. Others to make the list include Harvard and Northwestern (USA), IMD (Switzerland), INSEAD (France), IE Business School (Spain) and Bocconi University […]
The very first Group of Eight Business School joint alumni event was held in Shanghai on the 13th November, 2014.
It was sponsored by ANZ Bank and approximately 120 alumni from the Group of Eight universities attended a formal dinner at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
The dinner included a panel presentation on the future of China education […]
This year, the Faculty of the Professions launched the Adelaide Advantage program. This program aims to enhance students’ career readiness through extracurricular activities that better prepare them for the transition from University to the workplace.
More than 700 students are now registered in the program and gaining recognition for their participation in internships, community and industry […]
Our Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business (MGFAB) student Marcel Moreira Pinto is doing an internship at the World Trade Organization (WTO). He kindly shares his view of challenges facing global trade talk and highlights some issues that we should all consider.
By: Marcel Moreira Pinto
These two years of the Master of Global Food and […]
Anthony Kittel at the event night of Telstra Australian Business of the Year 2014
REDARC, a South Australian manufacturer of high-end components, which represents the future of Australian manufacturing, was named tonight as the 2014 Telstra Australian Business of the Year.
Owner Anthony, was an MBA student of Adelaide University and graduated in 1993. After 4 years, […]
Angus Dow(R) and Will Roxburgh (L) at the Mission Exceptional Boardroom Challenge
From a pool of almost one million university students in Australia and New Zealand, Adelaide Business School students Angus Dow and Roxburgh were announced as winners of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand’s student competition – Mission Exceptional.
Mission Exceptional is an annual competition […]