The 7th EMAC Climber Community (EMAC CC) meeting will take place during the 46th EMAC Conference in Groningen (Netherlands).

The EMAC CC aims to establish a community of early career scholars in Marketing throughout Europe and other continents. Several research organizations and conferences in Europe offer a special program for PhD students and/or networking possibilities for full professors. However, the generation between beginners and successful leaders sometimes seems to be forgotten, although they represent the potential marketing professors of the future. In other words, they are the "climbers" of the European Marketing Academy.
 

Marketing scholars at an early stage of their career (e.g., assistant professor, Post-Doc, research fellow, etc.) are invited to participate in the EMAC CC meeting on Wednesday afternoon during the conference, as well as in an informal gathering right after our meeting. The latter strives to further increase the personal ties within our community.

 

Agenda


Formal meeting

Wednesday, May 24th, 2 pm to 5.30 pm (two subsequent afternoon sessions)

Session 1: 2 pm to 3.30 pm

* Welcoming words by EMAC’s president Professor Gerrit van Bruggen
Keynote speech “How to Have a Decent Career in Marketing Academia: (Semi-) True Confessions of a Senior Colleague” followed by an open discussion by Professor Josko Brakus(
https://business.leeds.ac.uk/about-us/our-people/staff-directory/profile/josko-brakus/)

Professor Brakus is a Professor in Marketing at Leeds University Business School. He was educated at University of Zagreb, MIT, and Columbia University. Before he earned his Ph. D. in marketing, he had been an engineer. His teaching interests focus on marketing management, marketing research and brand management. Josko conducts experimental research in consumer behaviour. He studies experiential marketing and branding practices as well as managerial and consumer judgment and decision processes, with specific emphasis in the areas of selective information processing and biased processing. He also investigates how individual differences (e.g., self-regulation, lay theories, subjective age) affect adoption of new products and responses to marketing stimuli in general. His work has been published in leading academic marketing journals such as the Journal of Marketing Research and the Journal of Marketing.

In his presentation "How to Have a Decent Career in Marketing Academia: (Semi-)True Confessions of a Senior Colleague" Professor Brakus (that is J. J. to you) will give insights into his own career path, successes as well as failures, and suggestions on how to have a satisfying and fulfilling career in marketing academia. He will also provide some insights into how to publish in leading marketing journals and on the resources needed to do so. After the keynote speech, J. J. will be available for an extended open discussion and questions from the EMAC CC participants.
 

Coffee break exclusively for EMAC CC participants: 3.30 pm to 4 pm
 

Session 2: 4 pm to 5.30 pm

* Networking: The second part of the EMAC CC meeting is again fully dedicated to the development of an international research network among participating early career scholars in Marketing. The purpose of this second session is thus to get to know other EMAC CC members more closely; exchange experiences regarding research, research funding, or (inter)national job search processes; find out about potential joint research interests; and ideally establish the foundation for joint future collaborations and/or exchanges across countries.

* Feedback and future developments of the EMAC CC


Informal gathering: Wine Session (not included in the EMAC Conference fee)

Wednesday, May 24th, 6.00 to 8.00 pm

Barrel Wijn http://www.barrel-wijn.nl/
Haddingestraat 27, Groningen

This interesting wine bar is located in downtown Groningen (Haddingestraat 27) and will be open on that evening exclusively for EMAC CC participants.
 

Registration:

The EMAC CC is open to all Post-Docs (and PhD students in their final phase who want to stay in academia), who are members of the EMAC.

Due to organizational issues and to facilitate networking possibilities during the EMAC CC meeting,registration for the upcoming meeting is required!

You want to participate in the 7th EMAC CC meeting?

Please email the completed registration form and a 1-page presentation of yourself (bio, main 3 publications (if applicable), main research interest, and if available LinkedIn link) to Vatroslav Škare (vskare@net.efzg.hrno later than: 12th of May, 2017.

In the meantime, please consider joining one of the EMAC CC groups on

Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/emac.cc/or

LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/3836584)

In case you would like to know more about this initiative, please feel free to contact Vatroslav.


We are looking forward to meeting you at EMAC and further developing the EMAC Climber Community with you!
 

Best Regards,


Vatroslav Skare
University of Zagreb
Marketing Department
vskare@net.efzg.hr

Sylvia von Wallpach
Copenhagen Business School
Department of Marketing
svw.marktg@cbs.dk

News / What’s coming up?


EMAC 48th Annual Conference
May 28-31, 2019
Hamburg, Germany

Submission Deadline: December 5, 2018 14:00 CET Time

Submission linkhttp://www.emac-2019.org


 

Call for Nominations: EMAC Distinguished Marketing Scholar Award 2019

The winner will receive the award at the annual EMAC Conference taking place in Hamburg on May 29-31, 2019, where he/she will present a research lecture at a special session. The winner will also be invited to provide an associated research article to IJRM and a shorter article to the EMAC Chronicle.

This (annual) award is designed to be the highest honor that a marketing educator who has had extensive connections with EMAC (the European Marketing Academy) can receive.

Send Nominations no later than December 19, 2018 to Roland Rust, Award Committee Chair.

Call for nominations


 

 


Job Market


 

 

Marketing PhD Jobs: http://marketingphdjobs.org

Job announcements available on the EMAC Jobmarket Website