New Zealand’s model of marketing red meat (beef and lamb) is outdated, commodity driven, and far from optimised, according to inaugural University of Otago Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) graduate James Wilkes.
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The first four graduates from the University’s highly innovative Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) programme will graduate this week.