Category: Wine Business
Our research expertise in the field of Wine Business spans marketing, management and accounting. Our researchers have a long experience in wine marketing research and a team of PhD students investigating a number of areas.
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Wine students looking to broaden their global insights can register their interest to travel to international wine regions thanks to a new online internship portal.
Developed by the Great Wine Capitals Business and Research Committee, with leadership and support provided by the University of Adelaide, the portal matches wine businesses with students from Great Wine Capital […]
Adelaide Business School helps to place South Australia’s wine industry on the map, partnering with the Hot 100 wines at its inaugural wine masterclass in Singapore.
July was an exciting month for wine writer, judge and engaging ABS lecturer Nick Ryan. Along with Marni Ladd, Program Director of Wine Business at the University, and other wine experts, Nick travelled to Singapore as a speaker at the Hot 100 inaugural international wine event. Nick was a fitting MC at this exciting masterclass, […]
The Adelaide Business School offers great flexibility for a selection of postgraduate programs to work around students’ commitments such as work and family.
We offer a number of programs available in flexible delivery modes:
Master of International Trade & Development
Master of Wine Business
Master of International Business
Master of Commerce (Marketing)
Program courses are now offered in trimester, intensive and […]
Wine producers, raise your glass: studies prove a complementary combination of factors within your control consistently impacts consumer opinions on wine quality
Knowing exactly which attributes convey quality to wine buyers is the million dollar question every wine producer wants to know. Well, thanks to a recent international study conducted by Dr Roberta Veale, ABS Senior Lecturer and Program Director of Wine Business, the answer is firmly within producers’ control.
With competition from new world wine producers such […]
A three-year research project has examined the factors influencing the ability of family owned firms to access private equity funding.
Dr Chris Graves, who conducted the research in collaboration with Dr Pi-Shen Seet with support from a CPA Australia grant, says that the research suggests that owners of family firms would benefit from knowing more about […]