Associate Lecturer and Doctoral Researcher
Worcester Business School
Department of Marketing and Enterprise
An Associate Lecturer within the Marketing and Enterprise Department, I am pursuing a PhD in Entrepreneurship.
Drawing on 10+ years of stakeholder engagement and management experience working for Fortune500 companies, I currently explore the role of communities in new venture funding with a particular focus on the nonprofessional investors decision making in the context of equity crowdfunding.
A chartered marketer with an MBA from Durham University, I have been a visiting lecturer at Sapienza University of Rome and a blogger for the Financial Times.
Teaching and Research Interests
My teaching interests revolve around the intersection of entrepreneurship, strategy and marketing with a particular focus on venture funding whereby my main research interest insists.
Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)
British Academy of Management
Sabia, L. (2017) 'An Epic Fail in Contracting' in Hodges, J. Consultancy, Organizational Development and Change. A Practical Guide to Delivering Value. London: Kogan Page, pp. 107 – 109.