Discover the latest business news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Swinburne and the Small Business Festival Victoria
Mon 03 Aug 2015
As part of the 2015 Small Business Festival Victoria, Swinburne will host three free events throughout August.
Swinburne students working with Indigenous communities
Wed 29 Jul 2015
Students from Swinburne recently travelled to Western Australia to help Aboriginal communities turn business ideas into practical business plans.
Chasing the ‘silver sliver’: making sure innovation doesn’t slip through our fingers
Mon 27 Jul 2015
Australian manufacturing can provide the “silver sliver” - or the high-value - part of world goods.
Mature, fit, preppy: how hiring for the 'right look' influences retail shoppers
Tue 21 Jul 2015
When it comes to shopping for clothers, many consumers like customer service staff to be a mirror of themselves, writes PhD student and co-author, Sara Qua
Edward “Weary” Dunlop Scholarship awarded to Swinburne’s Danielle Brown
Mon 13 Jul 2015
Danielle Brown,Swinburne psychology and public relations student, has been recognised for her positive contributions to the community.
Sports betting becoming the social norm
Thu 09 Jul 2015
As sports betting becomes more of a social activity, there are concerns over how this will effect indivdiuals, communities and society.
Students receive $10,000 to practice grant-making
Tue 30 Jun 2015
Students from Swinburne will gain real life experience in philanthropy and grant-making by determining how to allocate $10,000.
Immigrant ambassadors open doors for Australia across Asia
Fri 05 Jun 2015
Prof John Fitzgerald discusses a new report launched by Australia’s Chief Scientist on leveraging language, research and culture with Asia.
Research uncovers challenges facing Australia's social enterprise sector
Tue 02 Jun 2015
Professor Barraket will release findings today at the Social Enterprise Masters Conference.
The downward stickiness of credit card interest rates
Mon 01 Jun 2015
Why have rate rises been passed onto credit card holders faster than rate cuts?