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June Cotte is Professor of Marketing at the Ivey Business School. Her diverse, multi-method research interests include how people perceive time and how that influences their behavior. Her research has appeared in the Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Consumer Psychology, MIT/Sloan Management Review, the Wall Street Journal, as well as in other academic journals and books, and she has garnered more than $1.1 million in research grants for her work. Professor Cotte is President of the Association for Consumer Research and Past Chair of the American Marketing Association’s Consumer Behavior Special Interest Group (CBSIG). In addition, she is a formidable proponent of women in academia; she co-founded the “Designing Your Career in the Marketing Academy” initiative, which is designed for female early career marketing scholars.
Andrew Stephen is the L’Oréal Professor of Marketing, Associate Dean of Research, and Director of the Oxford Future of Marketing Initiative at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. His research, predominantly on topics that lie at the intersections of consumer behavior, digital technologies, and marketing communications have appeared in leading journals such as Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Marketing Science, International Journal of Research in Marketing, Harvard Business Review, and Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science. His research has received a number of awards, and he was honored by the Marketing Science Institute both as an MSI Young Scholar and as an MSI Scholar. Prior to his JCR editorship, he was co-editor of the International Journal of Research in Marketing. Within the marketing profession, he serves in an advisory capacity to a number of organizations, such as the Institute for Real Growth (board member), General Assembly (marketing standards board member), and Teradata (advanced analytics council).
Mark Ritson is past Adjunct Professor of Marketing at Melbourne Business School. He has a PhD in Marketing and has been a marketing professor at London Business School and the University of Minnesota and a visiting professor at MIT Sloan and SMU. He has won MBA teaching awards at LBS, MIT, Singapore Management University and MBS.
Mark has worked globally as a private marketing consultant for clients that have included Baxter, Loewe, McKinsey, PepsiCo, Subaru, Eli Lilly, Donna Karan, Westpac, Shiseido, Flight Centre, Johnson & Johnson, De Beers, Sephora, Benefit, Amgen, Ericsson, Jurlique, Cloudy Bay, Unilever, KPMG and WD40. For thirteen years - from 2002 to 2015 - he served as in-house Professor for LVMH - the world's largest luxury group - working in Europe with senior executives from brands such as Louis Vuitton, Dom Perignon and Hennessy.
He writes a weekly column for Marketing Week and for The Australian. On three occasions he has been judged the Business Columnist of the Year at the PPA Press Awards, the highest award for magazine journalism in the UK and was the British Society of Magazine Editors Business Columnist of the Year in 2018. His more scholarly publications include articles in the Sloan Management Review, Harvard Business Review, the Journal of Advertising and the Journal of Consumer Research.
He is a Thouron Scholar and was the recipient of the Ferber Award for his doctoral thesis. His co-authored pricing research was cited by George Akerlof during his 2001 Nobel Prize acceptance speech.
In 2018 he was rated one of the “Power 50” most important people in media by AdNews, one of ten top business thinkers in Australia by Smart Company, and recognised by the AMI with the Sir Charles McGrath Award, the highest honour for marketing in Australia.
Russel Howcroft is an Australian businessman and media personality with over 30 years’
experience in screen, media and advertising industries. He has held significant leadership
roles such as CEO of Young and Rubicam Brands Australia and New Zealand, and Executive
General Manager of the Australian free-to-air television broadcaster Network Ten. He is
currently Partner and Chief Creative Officer for PwC Australia.
Russell has served on a number of boards and foundations which focus on arts and film, including the Australian Film Institute, the Screen Forever Advisory Board and the Advertising Federation of Australia. He is currently the Chair of the Australian Film, Television and Radio School.
Russell is a regular panelist on ABC’s ‘The Gruen Transfer’ and guest panelist on the news-chat
show “The Project” making him a very public voice on brand and advertising in Australia. He has published two books; When It's Right To Be Wrong and The Right Brain Workout.
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