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Past events

  • Research seminar: How digital disruption is changing marketing

    Date Monday 21 May 2018
    Time 1pm - 2:30pm
    Location MSB.0.01

    Marketing expert Professor Martin Wetzels will give a research seminar at Waikato Management School on how digital disruption is changing the face of marketing. All staff, students, and members of…

  • Research seminar: Cognitive psychology and tourism research

    Date Wednesday 9 May 2018
    Time 1pm - 2pm
    Location MSB.1.21, level one, Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Road, Hamilton

    Tourism expert Professor Noel Scott (Griffith University, Australia) will visit Waikato Management School on 9 May to present a seminar on 'Cognitive psychology and tourism research'. Professor Scott is deputy…

  • Overcoming persistent poverty in Africa: How business can and does help

    Chris Barrett
    Date Friday 4 May 2018
    Time 1pm
    Location MSB.1.05, level one, Waikato Management School

    How can business help improve the lives of the poorest people living in rural Africa? Staff, students and members of the public are invited to a talk on Friday, 4…

  • What is your ‘Innovation Score’? - Executive Innovation Bootcamp Workshop 1

    Date Thursday 3 May 2018
    Time 12:30pm - 5:30pm
    Location Waikato Innovation Park, Ruakura, Hamilton

    Registrations are limited to 50 participants. This introductory module encourages attendees to think about their current innovation focus and the scope of products/services that their businesses offer. In partnership with…

  • Research seminar: Revisiting the effects of food aid on conflict

    Date Friday 27 April 2018
    Time 12pm
    Location MSB.1.05

    Waikato Management School invites students, staff and members of the public to a research seminar on 27 April discussing the effects of food aid on conflict. The seminar will be…

  • Research seminar: Digital inclusion - Connecting outcomes with indicators

    Date Thursday 26 April 2018
    Time 1pm - 2pm
    Location MSB.4.02

    The Waikato Management School Research Office invites you to a research seminar on 26 April by Associate Professor of Information Systems Dr Ravi Sharma (University of Canterbury Business School), whose teaching…

  • Research seminar: Communication challenges of web development SMEs

    Bridget Reynolds Sheffer
    Date Thursday 12 April 2018
    Time 2pm
    Location MSB.4.02, level four, Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Road, Hamilton

    Many of the communications challenges in web development SMEs are presented as organisational tensions. In a research seminar hosted by Waikato Management School on Thursday, 12 April, University of Waikato…

  • Public lecture: The role of Hamilton & Waikato Tourism in promoting regional tourism

    Jason Dawson
    Date Wednesday 11 April 2018
    Time 1pm - 2pm
    Location MSB.1.01, Level 1 , Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Road, Hamilton

    Jason Dawson, CEO of Hamilton & Waikato Tourism , will give a public talk on future developments in the region’s tourism sector at Waikato Management School on Wednesday, 11 April…

  • Public lecture: 'Chinese sensitivities and Oceania'

    Professor Colin Mackerras
    Date Wednesday 4 April 2018
    Time 1pm - 2pm
    Location MSB.1.21, level one, Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Road, Hamilton

    New Zealand's relationship with China and growing political sensitivities around China's activities in the Oceania region will be the the focus of a public lecture hosted by Waikato Management School…

  • Masterclass: What it really takes to be a digital business

    Date Wednesday 28 March 2018
    Time 5:30pm - 7pm
    Location Room MSB.1.36, Te Raupapa Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Rd, Hamilton

    This event is hosted by the Waikato Chamber of Commerce In a world of competing digital demands from Platforms, Big Data, AI, Automation and Mobile Apps - Digital transformation seems…


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