News and events
20 Aug 201813 July 2018 – LayPeng, Scott and Stephanie attended the “Lecture the Lecturers” organised by Media Federation Australia. It wa...
20 Aug 2018Thursday 19 July marked the launch of an exciting initiative, the ‘Emerging Marketers Mentoring Program’, hosted by the Department of...
08 Aug 2018Open Day, Marketing Lecture and Panel DiscussionTime: 11.00 am – 12.00 pm, Saturday 8 August 2018Location: Price Theatre, 23 Wally's W...
27 Jul 2018Our department has a strong culture to engage HDR students to discuss innovative research activities and engage them with external research ...
Throughout the year, the Department of Marketing holds specialised seminars for students, staff, alumni and members of the community. Each semester special guest speakers present their industry knowledge and insight into the profession. The Department’s own academics also present seminars in the field of their ongoing research.
In 2018 we will continue to hold regular seminars. Please bookmark this page to view current details. As always we will cover interesting and relevant research topics.
|2 Nov 2018|
|A/Prof Liem Ngo, University of NSW||TBA||4ER 623|
|19 Oct 2018 |
|Dr Ting Yu, University of NSW||Organizational Ambidexterity: The simultaneous pursuit of seemingly conflicting goals in service||4ER 623|
|5 Oct 2018 |
|A/Prof Stacey Baxter, University of Newcastle||May the Force Drag your Brand Logo: the Brand Work-Energy Effect||4ER 623|
|7 Sep 2018 |
|Dr Steven Lu, University of Sydney||The Impact of a Mobile Payment App on Consumer Purchase Behavior: A Natural Field Experiment||4ER 623|
|24 Aug 2018 |
|A/Prof Cynthia Webster, Macquarie University||Identity-based Consumption: Salience, Centrality, and Intersectionality||4ER 623|
|10 Aug 2018 |
|Dr Phyra Sok, Monash University||Positive Psychological Capital (PsyCap) and Service-Sales Ambidexterity: The Moderating Role of Technology Orientation and Technology Capability||4ER 623|
|27 Jul 2018 |
|A/Prof Chiara Orsingher, University of Bologna||An Empirical Synthesis of Customers’ Emotions in Service Failure and Recovery||4ER 623|
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