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An early career academic, Dr Alex Belli is set to boost research and teaching with the Adelaide Business School.
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.
A local investment firm believes Adelaide is perfectly placed to grow its funds management sector, and is backing local talent to help make it happen.
Hosted by the Faculty of the Professions, year 11 and 12 students from Pulteney Grammar School had an eventful morning exploring careers in Project Management.
Hosted by Stone and Chalk and the Adelaide University Entrepreneur Club, year 9 students from Brighton Secondary School had an eventful afternoon constructing towers with minimal supplies!
Industry partnerships form the lifeblood of the Wine Business programs at the University of Adelaide. We’ve partnered with Wine Communicators of Australia (tag) to develop the skills, connections and confidence of our students in preparation for their future career in the wine industry. In the article below, Chair of WCA Marni Cook speaks to the value of the partnership between industry and education.
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.
Contributing over $45 billion to the national economy and supporting upwards of 160,000 jobs*, the wine industry is set to continue growing as new technology and markets emerge. What skills will the wine professionals of the future need to possess in order to meet the demands of the changing global landscape?
A wide range of scholarship support is available for commencing and future Adelaide MBA applicants. With categories covering leadership, financial need and community achievement (to name a few), the simple step of applying for a scholarship can have a large-scale impact on your Adelaide MBA journey.
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.