Division of MarketingNanyang Business School
Social marketing (BU8542) students have been working closely with McCann Health as a result of their outstanding social marketing plan and presentation, which was judged by Mr Michael Banner, MD of McCann Health Singapore.
Terence Hor (Year 3, BUS), Loke Si Hui (Year 2, BUS), and Tay Kuan Yu (Year 1, BUS) turned up as champs at the L’Oréal Brandstorm Competition National Finals 2017. The trio first met as members of the NBS MarkeTHINK Club. Kuan Yu was the one who rallied the other club members to form a team to enter the contest. They eventually emerged as one of the top three teams at the international competition in Paris. Read more at http://www.nbs.ntu.edu.sg/NewsnEvents/Pages/News-Details.aspx?news=d63acd3b-e69f-493a-95f4-4ac0c31bbb69.
Ms Christina Gao Fangda, a B. Bus graduate in 2011, has won one of the Women of the Futures Southeast Asia Awards (for the Business category). Christina has spent her 7 years’ career with Shell (the only company she has worked for to date), progressing through several roles, and is now Global Product Manager looking after digital ventures, a new created unit at Shell. Read more at http://www.businessinsider.my/from-science-to-media-here-are-the-women-of-the-future-from-singapore-and-malaysia/.
Ms Charmaine Tan, a B. Bus graduate in 2010, has received The Women Icons Award 2017 in The Women Icons Summit & Awards hosted in Singapore on March 17, 2017 which celebrates and honours the accomplishments and contributions of women who have excelled in different walks of life. Charmaine has distinguished herself as a prominent citizen who has displayed a strong mettle and capability to perform well as a marketer. Find out more at https://youtu.be/rv2UKMgCi6E.
Ms Rebekah Lin, a B. Bus graduate in 2007, has been recognized as the youngest philanthropist in Singapore in 2016. She spearheaded the formation of the Jia Foundation, which supports charities that do not get a lot of support, such as those that help people with mental illnesses and former prisoners. Among other things, it is also funding documentaries that help raise awareness about social issues and effect change. Read more at http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/one-is-100-years-old-one-is-just-31.
Dr Li Shaobo, our PhD graduand in 2019, received The Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad in 2019. This award was granted by the Chinese Scholarship Council, Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China. Dr Li was also awarded the AMS MAry Kay Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Award by the Academy of Marketing Science in 2019.
Our PhD graduands, Madan Shilpa and Li Shaobo were awarded Excellent Student Teacher Award 2016 by the School.