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Greg Trotman

    <p>Advanced MBA International Business (UQ)<br /> Bachelor of Economics (UQ)<br /> Associate Fellow of the Australian Marketing Institute</p>

    Advanced MBA International Business (UQ)
    Bachelor of Economics (UQ)
    Associate Fellow of the Australian Marketing Institute

    Senior Lecturer

    Greg has an extensive international background.  After working in marketing for the Queensland DPI and Westfield in Australia, he took up an Assistant Product Manager position at the IBM Asia-Pacific Headquarters in Tokyo, Japan.  He has worked with a number of Japanese corporations in marketing and expatriate management.

    Greg has been a lecturer at Griffith University in International Management, heading up export market research projects targeting Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.  He has also delivered workshops on Cross-Cultural Management for the Centre for the Study of Australia-Asia Relations (CSAAR), the Singapore National Employers' Federation (SNEF), the Singapore Institute of Materials Management (SIMM) and the Times Institute of Management in Singapore and Hong Kong as well as the Hong Kong Management Association (HKMA) for Macquarie University.

    In 1997 Greg joined the Faculty of Business at the University of the Sunshine Coast as Lecturer in charge of International Business.  Greg has presented papers at international conferences and has jointly published a Monograph on Australian perceptions of Korea.

    In 2005, Greg completed a three-year assignment with Caloundra City Council as its Economic Development Manager working on a number of projects for the City and the Sunshine Coast covering tourism marketing, business and economic development and corporate strategic and cultural change.  In this role Greg has represented the region as Chair of the SEQROC Economic Development Working Group and been a Director of Tourism Sunshine Coast through its critical  restructure.

    Since returning to Brisbane, he has been involved with the University of Queensland (UQ), the Australian Catholic University (ACU), Central Queensland University (CQU) and Charles Sturt University (CSU), in curriculum design, development and delivery for a number of economics, management and marketing undergraduate, postgraduate and professional business programs in on-line and face to face delivery modes.