Daniel Schepis

Dr, BCom PhD W.Aust.

  • The University of Western Australia (M263), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Daniel Schepis is a Senior Lecturer of Marketing at The University of Western Australia Business School. He specialises in business-to-business marketing, with research focusing on innovation networks and corporate social responsibility. His work has been published in several highly regarded academic journals, as well as presented at numerous international conferences. Daniel teaches postgraduate Global Marketing Strategy and Qualiative Business Research Methods in the Honours and Doctoral programs. He previously completed his PhD at The University of Western Australia and has spent time as a Visiting Scholar at Durham University, U.K and Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy

Roles and responsibilities

Senior Lecturer in Marketing - Honours and Masters courses; Master of Marketing Coordinator; Marketing Industry Advisory Board Representative; Enactus Faculty Advisor.

Funding overview

2017 BHP Billiton Distinguished Research Award
2017 BHP Billiton Research Award
2015 UWA Business School Research Development Award
2009 Inaugural recipient of the BHP Billiton PhD Scholarship

Teaching overview

2021: Global Marketing Strategy MKTG5462; Qualitative Business Research Methods BUSN4401


Industrial Marketing, B2B Strategy, Innovation Networks; Indigenous Business Development, Director/Board Networks

Industry keywords

  • Finance and Business
  • Mining and Resources
  • Not for Profit

Research expertise keywords

  • Innovation In Business Networks
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Social Network Analysis
  • Organisational Identity
  • Indigenous Business Development
  • Start-ups


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