22-12-2020 COVID-19 lockdowns and travel restrictions have devastated the daigou market, with Australian businesses that depended on this unofficial personal shopper trade losing millions of dollars, consumer expert Professor Gary Mortimer, from QUT Business School, said.
21-12-2020 For Instagram influencers and marketing managers, honesty is the best policy when it comes to disclosing an advertiser has paid for a post, a collaborative marketing study by the QUT Business School and the University of Western Australia Business School has found.
09-12-2020 A new study has found one of the challenges in designing systems that involve people interacting with technology is to tackle the human trait of overconfidence.
02-12-2020 QUT's Young Accelerators program offers on-campus curriculum-mapped STEM workshops, events and teacher professional development sessions that aim to excite and inspire learning by combining STEM with creative learning and entrepreneurship.
24-11-2020 By 2022, Lexie McGourty will have two impressive postgraduate qualifications from QUT under her belt – even though she doesn’t have an undergraduate degree. She’s one of many savvy QUT students who have used their career experience as a direct pathway into postgraduate study.
09-11-2020 QUT Associate Dean International Andrew Paltridge and team member Ashleigh Burns, have won the Australian Business Dean Council award for Innovation and Excellence in International Education.
19-10-2020 Lashes and brows and a $700 billion industry have taken QUT business graduate Angus Mitchell from Brisbane to Melbourne to Tokyo and back.
12-10-2020 QUT Business School graduate and tech entrepreneur Matt Fairhurst has been named the QUT Young Alumnus of the Year for his business leadership and advocacy for those less fortunate.
01-10-2020 ABC Deputy Chair Dr Kirstin Ferguson has been named the QUT Business School Outstanding Alumni Award winner for her business leadership and commitment to gender diversity and inclusion in the workforce.
08-07-2020 As a child living in idyllic Mission Beach in North Queensland with her close-knit family, Kathryn Dorante didn’t really know what she wanted to do when she grew up. But she knew it would involve empowering her people.