Marketing Research Camp

GLOSMARC Research camp

Annually GLOSMARC and the Marekting Division at Leeds University Business School hold its annual Research Camp in June/July.

During the two-day research gathering over 100 delegates come together to attend presentations, workshops and panel discussions to exchange ideas with leading scholars in the field of marketing. Our keynote speakers, all of whom are involved as editors and associate editors in top marketing journals, deliver a fascinating talk on current and future marketing trends, challenges and innovation.

The event is widely praised by participants and provided plenty of networking opportunities, as we continue our work as an established centre of excellence for scholarly research in the marketing discipline from Marketing Division colleagues, Postgraduate Researchers and a wide range of external guests.

Previous Years Speakers:

2019  

  • Professor V. Kumar, Georgia State University
  • Professor Page Moreau, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Professor Neil Morgan. Indiana University
  • Associate Professor Lopo Rego, Indiana University
  • Professor Aric Rindfleisch, University of Illinois

 2017

  • Professor Rajdeep Grewal, UNC Kenan-Flagler
  • Professor V. Kumar, Georgia State University
  • Professor Neil Morgan, Indiana University
  • Professor David Stewart, Loyola Marymount University 

2016

  • Professor Rajdeep Grewal, UNC Kenan-Flagler
  • Professor V. Kumar, Georgia State University
  • Professor Gita Johar, Columbia Business School

2015

  • Professor Michael Ahearne, University of Houston
  • Professor V. Kumar, Georgia State University
  • Professor Robert Palmatier, University of Washington’s Foster School of Business

2014

  • Professor Michael Ahearne, University of Houston
  • Professor V. Kumar, Georgia State University
  • Professor Neil Morgan, Indiana University
  • Professor Tomas Hult, Michigan State University

2013

  • Professor Robert Lusch, University of Arizona
  • Professor Christine Moorman, Duke University
  • Professor Rajan Varadarajan, Mays Business School