South Australia (SA) is undoubtedly the wine capital of Australia. Home to 18 wine regions, and boasting over 200 cellar doors, South Australia is a premium wine tourism destination, with a booming industry that looks set to continue growing.
From cutting her teeth as tax accountant at a large multinational corporation, to now managing her own start-up, Mercy Oloo has always been driven to empower and lift up the women around her.
From an F18 fighter pilot, to business owner and founder, and now the first Chief Entrepreneur of South Australia, Jim’s career journey is just one of many incredible Adelaide MBA success stories.
Zviko Masiwa, Master of International Business graduate takes a trip down memory lane as she shares her experiences studying at the University of Adelaide.
The Biztalk Podcast Series shares Adelaide MBA graduate business stories to help connect graduates who can learn from one another.
"Studying an MBA is a long journey. Juggling a career, family and study can be tough going. Like many journeys there are a few things I wish I knew at the start, and that’s what this post is about." by Andy Forbes, Adelaide MBA Alumni.
Matt Parry, Adelaide Business School Alumni, takes on Pringles in the ultimate David vs Goliath battle. Matt is the man behind The Good Crisp Company, an all-natural, gluten free snack food brand revolutionising the canister chip industry.
Nickitar Akinyi reflects one the most impactful courses from her Master of International Business degree
"This way of learning by coordinating areas we have interest in is sensible. It creates room for free critical thinking, comparative analysis, practicality and adaptability as we address integration as there’s bound to be correlation." - Nickitar
Kentaro Misawa credits his Master of International Business degree with being insightful in key issues in International business
"Through part of the international business course, I have learned the nature of foreign direct investment (FDI) strategy which greatly inspired my interest working in this field in my career." - Kentaro
Ignacio Quintanilla, Innovation Manager and Business School graduate shares his experience studying with us
"A significant advantage of my business's degree at the Adelaide Business School is that lectures are leaders in their respective fields and have the vocation to support students through their learning journey. " - Ignacio