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Aston University hosts its own Market Research Camp

Business Meeting

4 May 2012

Aston Business School has organised its own Market Research Camp, to be held 17th May 2012. The event will features presentations from world leading researchers  J. Scott Armstrong, Gilles Laurent and Peter S.H Leeflang.

The day long camp consists of a series of workshops, presentations and discussions by experts in the field. The workshops will touch on a number of topics such as ‘Advertising Issues’, ‘Service and Retail Marketing’ and ‘Being a Marketing Academic’, all of which are current topics in the marketing arena. The event aims to bring world-leading researchers in marketing together to generate exciting and fruitful discussions about research practice and identify promising research directions.

Professor J. Scott Armstrong (Wharton School) is internationally known for his pioneering work on forecasting methods. He is an author and a co-founder of various methods used in forecasting.

Professor Gilles Laurent (HEC Paris) holds a Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research interests focuses on Consumer Behavior and relies heavily on the statistical analysis of empirical data and applying statistics to Marketing and Sales Promotion.

Professor Peter S.H. Leeflang (Univeristy of Groningen) holds a Ph.D. from Erasmus University. His research interests include sales promotions, competition, loyalty, time series analysis, product bundling, and pharmaceutical marketing as well as other subjects.

The Market Research camp is limited to 50 spaces so groups can work comfortably and share their views and ideas.  

John Rudd, Head of Marketing Group at Aston University said; “The Marketing Group at Aston Business School is committed to providing world class PhD education and, the Research Camp on the 17th of May is testimony to this. We are thrilled and excited to be able to host a long list of world-leading speakers and participants, who will provide a most memorable day for all involved. With demand for tickets already reaching unprecedented levels, we anticipate many more of these days to come.”

There is a small fee of £40 to register, which includes lunch. If you are interested in registering please fill in the form online. For more information or questions about the event, please contact Dr Julien Schmitt by email j.schmitt@aston.ac.uk  or by telephone 0121 204 3999.

For further media information contact Kreesha Pattani, Aston University Communications on 0121 204 4552 or k.pattani1@aston.ac.uk

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