Events for 19 September, 2017

Entrepreneurship Seminar:  Social Marketing

Entrepreneurship Seminar: Social Marketing

Griffith Business School, in conjunction with the Logan Office of Economic Development, are proudly hosting the 2017 Entrepreneurship Seminar Series. The series comprises ten seminars covering business topics relevant for 'start up' businesses and small to medium enterprises (SMEs).

The next entrepreneurship seminar 'Social Marketing' will be held on 19 September.
Branding and Promotion for SMEs

Branding and Promotion for SMEs

Entrepreneurship Seminar: Branding and Promotion for SMEs (September 19th at South Bank campus)

How can you convert your potential customers into actual customers if they do not know who you are and what you are about? This seminar introduces the essential factors in developing a personalised brand strategy and cost-effective promotion techniques for business ventures to ensure differentiation in the competitive landscape.
Improving care and quality of life of people living with dementia through social and telepresence robots

Improving care and quality of life of people living with dementia through social and telepresence robots

Menzies Health Institute Queensland Seminar with Professor Wendy Moyle.
This presentation will demonstrate what we have learnt to date about the impact of using the robots in dementia care. Findings related to improvements in engagement, socialisation and mood as well as the feasibility of using social and telepresence robots from three studies will be outlined.
Improving care and quality of life of people living with dementia through social and telepresence robots

Improving care and quality of life of people living with dementia through social and telepresence robots

Menzies Health Institute Queensland Seminar with Professor Wendy Moyle.
This presentation will demonstrate what we have learnt to date about the impact of using the robots in dementia care. Findings related to improvements in engagement, socialisation and mood as well as the feasibility of using social and telepresence robots from three studies will be outlined.