ANZMAC Paper Deadline: 15th July, 2019
There is still time to polish up your paper for the ANZMAC conference!
The ANZMAC conference takes place in Wellington, New Zealand, 2nd – 4th December, 2019. To give you all a bit more time (and in response to requests), the deadline for submissions is now 15th July, 2019.
The deadline for Doctoral Colloquium Extended Abstracts has also been extended to 15th July, 2019.
We are very excited to announce our line-up of conference keynote speakers, including Professor John Deighton, Dr Russel Norman and Professor Connie Pechmann. Professor Deighton, the Harold M. Brierley Professor of Business Administration Emeritus at Harvard Business School, brings a wealth of experience to us, as a prolific and well-respected researcher and educator, and having held roles as editor of the Journal of Consumer Research and Journal of Interactive Marketing, and previous director of the Marketing Science Institute. Dr Norman (who holds a PhD from Macquarie University by the way), brings a vital perspective relevant to our Winds of Change theme, as Executive Director of Greenpeace Aotearoa New Zealand, and a former Member of the New Zealand Parliament and Co-leader of the Green Party (2009-2015). Finally we are fortunate to welcome Professor Pechmann from the UCI Paul Merage School of Business, a name many will recognise, a former winner of the Pollay Prize for Public Interest and best journal article award from the Journal of Consumer Research, former Editor-in-chief at the Journal of Consumer Psychology, and currently leading the Tweet2Quit smoking cessation research program.
For more info: https://confer.nz/anzmac2019
Then, we will see you in Wellington, in the land of the long white cloud (Aotearoa), the land of orcs and hobbits, the city of fab coffee (ranked in the top 8 coffee cities in the world by CNN, 2017), and the conference of all our favourite Marketing academics.
We hope to see you here in December!
From everyone at the School of Marketing and International Business
Victoria University of Wellington