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2019 Seminars

July 20
Tom Brownlie of Working Formula: #JamesHerriotNoMore

August 17
Mathew Parackal, Senior Lecturer, Department of Marketing:

August 24
Agata Ziemianska: Preparing Students for the Challenges of Digital Marketing

September 7
Gretchen Larsen

September 14
Janet Hoek, Professor, Department of Marketing:

September 28
Euejung Hwang, Lecturer, Department of Marketing:

October 12
Kirsten Robertson, Senior Lecturer, Department of Marketing

2018 Seminars

May 25
Qing He, Visiting Scholar: How does culture background influence Chinese consumers,especially on consumption of tourism products?

May 18
Dr Shelagh Ferguson: Consumer-generated content and tobacco control: the case of the Big Lez Show

April 27
Leanne Ross, Professional Practice Fellow: How Digital Marketing Is Changing the Way We Do Business

April 20
Sara Fraccastoro, Visiting doctoral student from University of Eastern Finland: Social Media Use Fostering Internationalization of Bio-based International New Ventures

April 13
Jessica Mei Pung, Visiting doctoral student from University of Cagliari: The transformative power of tourism experiences

March 9
Dr Sergio Biggemann: The Future of Logistics and Marketing in an Artificial Intelligence Governed World

March 16
Professor Halina Brdulak, Warsaw School of Economics, Digitalization - a sample definition (discussion), importance for the future development of enterprises and an impulse to change the business model

March 21
Professor Ai Hisano, Faculty of Economics at Kyoto University, Reimagining the Natural: Food Safety, Coloring Regulation, and the Creation of a New Market (Wednesday 21 March at 1-1.30pm)

March 22
Ulrik Nielsen, Visiting doctoral student from University of Southern Denmark: The PhD process in Nordic Countries: Article thesis on International Joint Ventures in Emerging markets (Thursday 22 March 1pm)

2017 Seminars

November 3
Abeer Yousaf Dar: Green strategies for improving financial and non-financial performance

October 27
Associate Professor Rob Aitken: Sustainability: What Do We Know, and What Do We Need to Know?

October 6
Dr John Williams: Bitcoin and blockchains: hope or hype?

September 29
Rahul Argha Sen: Communicating the truth: Using alcohol warning labels to inform consumers about the full range of harms associated with alcohol use.

September 22
Professor Sylvie Chetty: Entrepreneurial Networking and Foreign Market Entry

September 15
Dr John Guthrie: Fighting retail crime through improved stakeholder relationships: From Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) to the Theory of Planned Behaviour

September 8
Donia Waseem: What motivates you to engage in a team and co-create value?

August 25
Tabitha Thomas: Children's Perception of Beauty and their Links with Materialism

August 18
Dr Rob Hamlin: A course in Bounded Rationality: lessons from PhD education in Europe

August 4
James Nation (Tarn Group): Building and sustaining competitive advantage

August 11
Dr Mitra Etemaddar and Dr Andrea Insch: Entrepreneurship and migration

July 28
Steven Turner (Who ate all the pies?): Product development and positioning strategy

July 21
Elaina Moulds: Using social media to promote research

July 14
Dr Roel Wijland & Associate Professor Paul Hansen, Mobile Nudging

May 26
Jamal Abarashi, Evolving consumption collections: how collectors negotiate re-evaluation and re-invention of their collections

June 2
Dr Leah Watkins, Kids' Cam: Documenting the Commercial World of Children

May 19
Associate Professor Maree Thyne, The commercialisation of collections: perceptions of marketing collectable sets

May 12
Rahul Sen, Towards more effective alcohol warning labels: Identifying specific warnings for each beverage type

May 5
Shijiao Chen, Consumer Trust Erosion During an Industry-Wide Crisis: The Central Role of Legitimacy Judgment

April 28
Norman Evans, Strategic Marketing in a not-for-profit - Matching resources to changing client expectations during a time of rapid technology innovation

March 17
Masoud Karami, Effectuation and Internationalisation: A Review and Agenda for Future Research

March 24
Kamal Rahmani, An Objective View on Tourists' Emotional Experiences

March 31
Associate Professor Ben Wooliscroft, Lessons Learned from Applying for Large Interdisciplanary Grants

April 7
Martin Haanen, Opportunities and challenges in a start-up enterprise (Quantify)

March 10
Dr John Williams, Ethical Issues for IoT Businesses

March 3
Dr Rob Hamlin, Dreadnoughts and Crosses - How Battleship Marketing Changed the World

2016 Seminars

December 2
Professor Maria Holmlund-Rytkönen, Hanken School of Economics, Finland: Making sense of customer relationships in change

November 25
Sandy Ow, visiting PhD candidate from Universiti Putra, Malaysia: "Ultimate Customer Loyalty - The Holy Grail'

November 14
Professor Allan Riding, Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa: Do Young Firms Owned by Recent Immigrants Outperform Other Young Firms?

November 4
Professor Arto Ojala, University of Jyväskylä, Finland: Competition logistics during platform evolution

November 4
Dr Xuan Zhang, China University of Petroleum, and Professor Hongxia Zhang, Peking University, China: Do Consumers Need A Scapegoat Signal to Move On in a Multi-Brand Product-Harm Crisis?

October 14
Dr Tony Garry: Trust and the Internet of Things

October 21
Dr John Williams: Modern quantitative data analysis

October 7
Dr Sanna Ganglmair-Wooliscroft: Ethical consumption behaviour at home and on holiday: Development of a research stream

September 30
Prof Juergen Gnoth: Reflexivity and the progress of motivation theory

September 23
Jamal Abarashi: New Perspectives on Democratisation in the Luxury Market

Friday 16 September
Professor Janet Hoek: Mind the Gap: Smoking, Deprivation and Social Movements

Friday 9 September
Balkrushna Potdar: Stakeholder relationships and retail crime prevention

Friday 2 September
Dr David Bishop: Existentialism: How to deal with an absurd world

Friday 26 August
Shobhit Eusebius: Text mining and qualitative content analysis

Friday 19 August
Dr John Williams: ANZMAC practice session

Friday 12 August
Dr Kirsten Robertson
"Go hard or go home": moderate drinking is a waste of money and calories

Friday 5 August
Dr Damien Mather
In Kahoots with the students

Friday 29 July
Tabitha Thomas
Beware of Strangers - unless you're looking at making connections for shopping tips

Friday 22 July
Dr Mitra Etemaddar
Tasting home in a liminal space: motivations behind choosing a destination wedding

Friday 15 July
Fatima McKague
Energy non-consumption: challenges and opportunities for fuel poverty research in New Zealand

Friday 3 June
Associate Professor Ben Wooliscroft
My two bits: Two current research publications

Friday 27 May
Dr Sergio Biggemann
Value co-creation and resource integration in travelling exhibitions

Friday 20 May
Professor David Ballantyne
My Life as a Marketing Strategist

Friday 13 May
Dr Andrea Insch
Residents' Engagement with Place Branding

Friday 6 May
Dr Shelagh Ferguson
The culture and business of wilderness rescue

Friday 29 April
Shabnam Seyedmehdi (PhD candidate)
Flirting with a destination: a study on the process of place bonding

Friday 22 April
Dr Aswo Safari (University of Uppsala, Sweden)
Does psychic distance affect SMEs internationalization?

Friday 15 April
Professor Brendan Gray
Entrepreneurial Resilience: Implications for a threatened academic institution

Friday 8 April
Professor Rob Lawson
Some Reflections on the Qualitative/Quantitative Research Dichotomy

Friday 1 April
Dr John Williams
The Theory of Planned Behaviour: A case study in theory and scholarship

Friday 18 March
Dr Mathew Parackal
How good is social media? An evaluation of a social media campaign against drinking in pregnancy

Friday 4 March
Associate Professor Rob Aitken and Dr John Williams
Fostering a research culture in the Department of Marketing

Friday 11 March
Jamal Abarashi (PhD student)
Circulation of special possessions: Tension negotiation in gift exchange relations

2015 seminars

Friday 10 October - 1pm
Dr John Williams, Lecturer, Department of Marketing

Friday 26 September 26th - 1pm
Rachel Somerville, Associate Product Manager, Optiflow Junior

Friday 19 September - 1pm
Michael Gin, Marketing Manager, NZ Honey Company

Friday 12 September - 1pm
Dr Leah Waktins, Lecturer, Department of Marketing

Friday 15 August - 1pm
Professor Phil Bremmer, Head of Department, Food Science

Friday 8 August 8th - 1pm
Nick Laird and Andrew Wallace

Friday 25 July - 1pm
Professor Janet Hoek, Department of Marketing

Friday 11 July - 1pm
Dr Andrea Insch, Department of Marketing

Friday 9 May - 1pm
Jinty MacTavish, Councillor, Dunedin City Council
Green Dunedin

Friday 16 May - 1pm
John Christie, Chief Executive, Otago Chamber of Commerce
Shanghai - The relationship

Friday 23 May - 1pm
Dr Ben Wooliscroft, Marketing Department, Otago University
The purpose of the firm

Friday 30 May - 1pm
Dr John Guthrie, Marketing Department, Otago University
“Every University should sponsor a sports team”

Friday 11 April - 1pm
Professor Grant Gillett Bioethics Centre, Otago University
Ethics at the University of Otago

Friday 28 March - 1pm
Eva Gluyas, Manager, innovation workSpace, Centre for Research Expertise, Otago Polytechnic
The Innovation Centre at Otago Polytechnic

Friday 21 March - 1pm
Dr James Henry, Marketing Department, Otago University
The cruise industry and Dunedin

Friday 14 March - 1pm
Russell Garbutt, Media Production Co-ordinator, Information Technology Services Otago University
IT and Otago University course delivery - trends and the future

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