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New post-doctoral researcher joins Wine Business and Marketing

Hannah on a bike amongst vineyards

Dr Hannah Ford has recently joined Adelaide Business School as a Post-doctoral researcher in Wine Business and Marketing, working on the marketing pillar of the Advancement of Australian Lifestyle Wines CRC-P Project.

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Adelaide Business School Prize and Awards Ceremony 2024

ABS Prizes and awards ceremony brochure

The Adelaide Business School celebrated student achievements at its annual Prize and Awards Ceremony on 7 May at the National Wine Centre.

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Healthy Managers, Healthy Workplaces: Strategies for Enhancing Managers’ Wellbeing

Chia-Yen (Chad) Chiu

Sunday 28 April marks the World Day for Safety and Health at Work, highlighting the growing concern for workplace wellbeing within Australian organisations.

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Housing First: Challenges and Future Directions

Sam Lai

In our article titled "Housing First: Challenges and Future Directions," we address the promising yet challenging landscape of the 'Housing First' approach in combating homelessness and mental illness within Australia. Our investigation highlighted the significant potential of this methodology alongside the substantial barriers impeding its full implementation across the nation.

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Adelaide team makes finals of the FECC

FECC team

The University of Adelaide Business School’s graduate team made up of MBA students Anastasia Bougesis, Jason Bobis, Jing Holmes and James Davidson, and coach Michale Browne recently returned from a snow-covered Burlington, Vermont, USA, where they competed in the 2024 Schlessinger Global Family Enterprise Case Competition (SG-FECC 2024). The competition comprised 25 universities across 14 countries. The Adelaide team were finalists in the graduate stream, with team member James Davidson awarded one of the two presenters of the finals awards.

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MBA Alumni Network Announces New President

Portrait of Gill Duck

The Adelaide Business School MBA Alumni Network is proud to announce the appointment of Gill Duck as its new President.

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The rise of NOLO wines: What drinkers really want

4 wine glasses being clinked together

Around the globe, a significant shift is occurring in the drinking habits of younger generations. Millennials and Gen Z are increasingly swapping merlot for mocktails. To better understand this trend, wine business researchers from the University of Adelaide have led a watershed study pinpointing precisely what consumers want from their no or low-alcohol (NOLO) wines. This research offers a critical roadmap for the industry, arming wine producers with much-needed data to navigate and capitalise on the burgeoning NOLO movement.

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Five good reasons to do an MBA

MBA Students on Campus

Are you ready to take the next step in your career? If you’ve come to the point in your professional career where you want to get ahead, but aren’t sure how, consider investing in yourself and your future with an MBA.

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MBA team announced for the global Family Enterprise Case Competition

Family Enterprise Case Competition

The University of Adelaide Business School (ABS) has announced the team of Master of Business Administration (MBA) students to compete in the annual Schlesinger Global Family Enterprise Case Competition (FECC).

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ABS top for career impact in The AFR's Best Business Schools 2023

Adelaide Business School

Professor Noel Lindsay, Dean of Business at the Adelaide Business School (ABS) and Pro Vice Chancellor Entrepreneurship, spoke recently with The Australian Financial Review about the ABS’ sustained focus on agility and flexibility to ensure students are ahead of business and technical trends.

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