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My teaching interests are marketing and brand strategy. I specialise in simulation based learning. My research investigates firms under private equity ownership, and the impact this has on the marketing function. My theoretical interests includ parenting theory, grounded theory and stakeholder theory. I am also the digital literacy lead for the School of Marketing and Management.

Research Interests

Branding; Strategy ; Private equity; Grounded theory; Marketing strategy; Simulation based learning

Education/Academic qualification

Sport Science, Degree, University of Exeter

1 Sep 20051 Jun 2008

Academic Practice, Postgraduate Certificate

1 Dec 201531 May 2017

Marketing Strategy, Doctorate, Lancaster University

1 Oct 20112 Feb 2016

International Business, MSc, University of Exeter

1 Sep 20081 Jun 2009

External positions

Marketing Tutor, Lancaster University

1 Oct 20111 Apr 2014

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conceptual framework Earth & Environmental Sciences
Marketing strategy Business & Economics
Private equity Business & Economics
Grounded theory Business & Economics
Simulation Business & Economics
Retail Business & Economics
Branding Business & Economics
Retail strategy Business & Economics

Research Output 2015 2019

Creating social legacy: flow in mega event ceremonies.

Carter, L., Spiteri-Cornish, L., Turner, E. & Berkeley, N., 2 Sep 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Event Management. (In-Press), p. (In-Press)

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

conceptual framework
Conceptual framework

Aid or Barrier: Social Media and the Consumption Experience in Ceremonies

Carter, L., Spiteri-Cornish, L., Turner, E. & Berkeley, N., 2018, (In preparation).

Research output: Working paper

Returning to the roots of retail: Pop-up retail strategy, connecting past with present.

Turner, E. & Alexander, N., 2015.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Retail strategy
Financial crisis