China Telecom and members of the Business School's Discipline of Marketing will explore opportunities for joint research projects and training when they meet this week. More
Dr. Terry Beed, Honorary Associate Professor in the Discipline of Marketing calls for more transparency on privacy protection in Australia, and for Australians to better understand what becomes of their information or how organisations use it. More
The Sydney Morning Herald
Staff Member: Terry Beed
Honarary Associate Professor Terry Beed has published an opinion piece in Fairfax Media on the risks involved with sharing private data on social media networks.
Sydney Morning Herald
Staff Member: Terry Beed
Sydney Morning Herald has published an interview with Honorary Associate Professor Terry Beed, Business School, regarding the explosion in the amount of personal data being collected online.
The Borneo Insider
Staff Member: Ranjit Voola
The Borneo Insider has interviewed Dr Ranjit Voola, University of Sydney Business School, on his research into the potential for businesses to reap profits from microfinance projects in developing countries.
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For the first time, the Masters of Marketing programme is taking applications for the second semester. Whether it’s a career change, or taking the decision to broaden your skill-set, now’s the time to apply! I can confidently say that for myself, as well as my fellow Masters of Marketing students that semester one has been intense, but fulfilling. We’ve tried to share some of the things we ... Read More
I came across this interesting article about a Sushi Restaurant in New York City, bucking the American tradition of tipping. Brought to attention by food critic, Ryan Sutton, Sushi Yasuda has implemented a “Gratuities not accepted” rule. In Ryan’s blog post, he goes into detail behind the owner’s decision to cut out tipping. The main reason, as explained on the restaurant’s receipt, is that ... Read More
It’s great news that the first semester is behind us. Honestly, it wasn’t easy. And it’s not just my personal feelings as international student, being pretty unfamiliar with a new study environment from the very beginning. Communicating with other classmates, it seems we all have made sacrifices to ensure good study results. After taking a long breath…hooray! I am on the surface again. So I’ ... Read More