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26 November, 2020
Filed under: Marketing

Starting a business in a 'new' country in the middle of a pandemic

Hear from Bachelor of Business (Marketing) alumnus, Aaron Stubbings who went from being Vice President of Marketing at Flight Centre Canada to Co-Founder & Director of his own marketing agency in Australia, during a global pandemic.

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15 December, 2020
Filed under: Leadership and management, Indigenous business

Collaborating and connecting with Indigenous businesses: Brisbane Indigenous Media Association

Indigenous business strategy in focus. We're collaborating with Brisbane Indigenous Media Association (BIMA), a relationship that continues to flourish through connection and collaboration.

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4 November, 2020
Filed under: Marketing

3.2 billion images and 720,000 hours of video are shared online daily. Can you sort real from fake?

In an age of democracy via social media, platforms are struggling to combat visual mis/disinformation such as 'spliced' images and deepfakes. Digital media literacy has never been so important.

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2 November, 2020
Filed under: Marketing

The suburbs are the future of post-COVID retail

CBD retailers were already struggling before the pandemic. The contrast in fortunes with suburban retail activity is stark, and there are good reasons to think the shift could be permanent.

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30 October, 2020
Filed under: Marketing

How COVID all but killed the Australian CBD

City by city, the data on CBD visitors vary with the severity of COVID-19 outbreaks and restrictions. But none of the CBDs has recovered former activity levels, and some might never fully recover.

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28 October, 2020
Filed under: Marketing, Innovation and technology

Artificial intelligence making waves in the cruise industry

While you sit there dreaming of your next holiday or planning your next cruise, you may be surprised to know Artificial Intelligence (AI) plays a bigger role in your trip then you thought.

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28 October, 2020
Filed under: Strategy

Truth telling: Rethinking frameworks

What role can non-Indigenous people and institutions can play in driving change? How can Euro-centric institutions to truly recognise the systematic barriers that are inherent to their colonisation? And how do we determine success and progress?

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27 October, 2020
Filed under: Strategy, Nonprofit and philanthropy, Marketing, Indigenous business

Go out and yarn: community engagement insights into progressing reconciliation

Hear from Bachelor of Business (Marketing) alumni and Community Engagement leader, Bianca Graham on reconciliation and community engagement insights.

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26 October, 2020
Filed under: Accounting

Gaming the board: Crown Resorts shows you just can't bet on 'independent' directors

Cosy personal relationships among the corporate elite abound. So what makes an independent director actually independent?

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30 September, 2020
Filed under: Marketing, Environment and energy

Climate explained: are consumers willing to pay more for climate-friendly products?

Our intention to buy climate-friendly products does not always match our buying behaviour, especially when we pay more for such products.

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25 September, 2020
Filed under: Marketing, Innovation and technology

What about the humans?

When you take our people out of the grocery store customer journey, what impacts does it have on customer?

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