Sonoma County, California – The Wine Business Institute (WBI) in the School of Business and Economics (SBE) at Sonoma State University today announced it will host the first Wine Business Institute Research Summit on July 10, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., with program activities taking place at SSU. The Summit themed “The Shifting Landscape in the Wine Industry” aims to gather global wine industry leaders, academics, and scholars devoted to the sharing of research on the economic, social, and management issues affecting the wine sector. Confirmed speakers include Blake Chauvin, first vice president of Alliant Insurance; Brian Clements, vice president and partner at Turrentine Brokerage and WBI board member; Dr. Robert Eyler, professor of Economics and Dean of the School of Extended and International Education; Dr. Armand Gilinsky, Korbel Professor of Wine Business; Dr. David McCuan, professor of Political Science; Stephen Rannekleiv, global sector strategist beverages at Rabobank; Dr. Liz Thach, MW, Distinguished Professor of Wine; Dr. Damien Wilson, Hamel Family Faculty Chair of Wine Business; and SSU adjunct faculty members Joel Miller and Samual Riewe. Members of the wine community interested in attending the WBI Research Summit can register on the website: http://wbiresearchsummit.sonoma.edu.
“宏观经济问题继续在这里和国外完成葡萄酒的业务方式。我们的发言者将分享最新的研究和洞察力，“葡萄酒商学院执行董事Ray Johnson说。 “我们期待着欢迎区域和全球葡萄酒行业领导人向我们的首发研究首脑会议举行的葡萄酒观众学习中心。”
每个会话将以15分钟的TED谈话格式呈现，后跟Q&A.预定会议包括减轻与灾难性事件相关的风险，“Z”一代的葡萄酒偏好，Rabo Afrifinance，紧急准备，政治和经济气氛的营销见解，以及阅读消费者数据的茶叶。该活动将与网络午餐包装。 WBI研究首脑会议由Rabo Afrifinance承保。
For more information regarding the Wine Business Institute Research Summit, please contact the WBI Operations Manager and Summit Coordinator, Emily Porter, at [email protected] or (707) 664-3347. For information regarding wine business research, programs, and degrees in the School of Business and Economics at SSU, please call (707) 664-3235, email [email protected], or visit http://sbe.sonoma.edu/winebiz.