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Winner of the WCA Best Wine Student award, Haylee Butler share’s how her passion for wine paved the way for a career change. By studying a Graduate Diploma in Wine Business, Haylee was introduced to the industry and the many opportunities afforded by a career in wine business.
Prosumers – those who both consume and produce value – can play important and specific roles during a crisis. Businesses could save money by mobilising prosumers using their own transport to make deliveries for extra income.
In a once-only opportunity, 200 scholarships are available to assist future leaders to develop their expertise and to upskill by undertaking the University of Adelaide’s MBA (Emerging Leaders) program.
After the tremendous success of the 2019 Wine Industry Mentor Program, Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA) and the Adelaide Business School at The University of Adelaide are pleased to announce over 20 industry leaders are set to take up the mantle as a mentor in 2020.
Jillian Sales, Master of Applied Project Management (Project Systems) student shares her experiences
"Master of Applied Project Management (Project Systems) has given me multiple perspectives thus far on what the practical application would be like in the industry." - Jillian.
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report for South Australia was launched at Lot Fourteen on 6 June 2019 with South Australia’s Chief Entrepreneur Jim Whalley.
When three MBA students agreed to enter a global family business case competition, they had no idea how profoundly it would impact on them personally and professionally. Each year, contestants from 25 countries travel to the USA to compete at The University of Vermont, Grossman School of Business.
The Adelaide Business School was delighted to join with the American Chamber of Commerce to host Deputy Governor Dr Guy Debelle’s speech in Adelaide on Wednesday 10 April.
Older Australians are in the top echelon of business start-ups, according to a new report that is part of a continuing global entrepreneurship study, but young adults are far less – enterprising.