Wed, 19 June|
The University of Sydney
Integrating Behavioural Science into Your Business
This is not your average sit-down event. We invite you to a fast-paced, interactive session where you will have the opportunity to apply your learnings, right on the spot! Come join us for an evening with Neil Doyle of DeltaMV, an expert in Neuroscience and Behavioural Economics.
Time & Location
19 June 2019, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The University of Sydney, Level 17, 133 Castlereagh St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
About The Event
Neil Doyle of DeltaMV, an expert in Neuroscience and Behavioural Economics, will share why smart leaders have stopped wasting money on outdated corporate management practices and have instead, been using the power of behavioural change to boost their initiatives around transformation, people enablement and growth.
Deepen your understanding of integrating behavioural science into your business through practice during this activity we have in store for you.
Dr Neil Doyle, Phd
Neil has worked as a marketing strategist with many of the world's largest brands across Asia Pacific in FMCG, Healthcare, Financial Services, Automotive, and Social Marketing. Client-side with Coca-Cola Far East, Neil was responsible for providing fact-based strategic marketing direction across much of South East Asia. Agency side he has held senior positions with ACNelson (Director), InsightAsia (Managing Director) and Millward Brown (Regional Director).
He is founder and CEO of DeltaMV Knowledge Solutions, a leading behaviour strategy consultancy with offices in Sydney, Singapore and Ho Chi Minh.
Neil has developed training programs in various aspects of behaviour change communication, research method as well as strategic marketing across Asia Pacific. In the UK he taught Marketing Research at the University of Bradford Business School and in Australia has been a lecture at Sydney University Masters of Marketing. He is a regular speaker at National and International Conferences.
Neil has also worked as a research and communication consultant on projects in Vietnam with World Health Organisation, Untied National Population Fund, UNICEF, Vietnamese Ministry of Health and CARE Australia. Neil's Doctoral thesis was based in Vietnam and critiques behaviour change communication in public health