Teresa Davis - Newsroom articles
Sweet Talks Sour 25 Jul 2016
Gold Coast Bulletin
The Gold Coast Bulletin quoted Professor Teresa David on the marketing strategy using by food and drink companies to target children.
Teresa Davis on 666 ABC Canberra 25 Jul 2016
666 ABC Canberra
Associate Professor Teresa Davis was interviewed on 666 ABC Canberra about Woolworths’ business model overhaul which will see the loss of many jobs.
Teresa Davis on 6PR and 720 ABC Perth 07 Jun 2016
6PR Perth, 720 ABC Perth
6PR Perth, 720 ABC Perth,interviewed Associate Professor Teresa Davis about how Woolworths’ decision to phase out its Select brand will impact on Aldi’s place in the market.
AAP Newswire, The Guardian, 6PR Perth, 720 ABC Perth, Hobart Mercury, Gold Coast Bulletin, Business Insider, SBS World News, news.com.au and Smart Company
AAP Newswire, The Guardian, Hobart Mercury, Gold Coast Bulletin, Business Insider, SBS World News, news.com.au and Smart Company interviewed Associate Professor Teresa Davis about how Woolworths’ decision to phase out its Select brand will impact on Aldi’s place in the market.
'Sugar faces taxing time' 21 Mar 2016
The Daily Examiner
Associate Professor Teresa Davis was quoted by the Daily Examiner about the introduction of the British sugar tax on sweetened drinks.
Fat Chance 13 Oct 2014
ABC Four Corners
ABC Four Corners interviewed Associate Professor Teresa Davis from the Business School about marketing of fast foods to young people.
Branded apps not so sweet for kids: new study shows children bombarded with logos and products 11 Aug 2014
The Daily Telegraph reported a University study reveals branded apps are influencing young people at unprecedented levels and quotes co-author, Associate Professor Teresa Davis from the Business School.
Radio National Life Matters
Associate Professor Teresa Davis was interviewd on ABC Radio National's Life Matters program on branded apps and their influence on children.
Junk food advertising to kids 25 Nov 2013
Big food and drink companies are under fire from health advocates and parents for bombarding children with junk food advertising and sophisticated marketing techniques.
University of Oxford - Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity
Associate Professor Teresa Davis describes an encounter she has on a train with a parent who placates her small child with an iPhone game. It draws her into thinking about mobile apps and games, which are today almost unregulated forms of social marketing.