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Family firms make up for the majority of wine businesses worldwide, yet little is known about the levers these businesses should pull to stimulate customer loyalty. New research conducted in Australia, Italy and the USA with a sample of over 1,500 people sheds light on the matter.
The wine industry uses narrative transportation to take consumers on a journey and connect with a brand. Creating a distinctive narrative presents its own challenges, but connecting with the land through the stories of First Nations people presents a unique opportunity to pay respect to country and First Nations’ culture whilst crafting a truly unique Australian narrative.
The University of Adelaide has hit the refresh button on their Wine Business suite, re-invigorating the programs to equip the next generation of wine business professionals with the skills and confidence to thrive in an evolving professional landscape.
Meet the winning teams bringing their ideas to life as part of this year’s Australian eChallenge.
If you are passionate about economic, political, environmental, and social issues affecting global food systems, consider a postgraduate degree in Global Food and Agricultural Business at the University of Adelaide.
Labels represent a key communication tool about what lies within a bottle of wine. We often discuss label styles across colour combinations, fonts and size, but soon we may also include nutritional information in this conversation.
Community housing provider, Junction, faced a surmountable challenge of supporting over 4,500 vulnerable tenants and clients at risk of homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic. From July to October 2020 the University of Adelaide completed a review of Junction’s response, finding that the organisation not only managed to maintain, but also improved its services over this period.
Graduating with a degree in economics from the University of Adelaide, Adam Marley never could have dreamed where his career would take him, making a difference in the lives of others through his coffee importing business, Intersection Traders.
University of Adelaide alumni Tom Welsby shares how he used his success in the Australian eChallenge and passion for innovation to create meaningful change in the real-estate industry.
Meet the teams creating solutions to make a difference in the lives of teens suffering from neurological disorders as part of the Biogen eChallenge.