Marek Novinský conducts his PhD level studies at the Department of Marketing. His thesis title is “Market orientation in SMEs: Effects of top management emphasis and selected internal enablers on market orientation level elevation and enterprise performance.” He has worked as a researcher in the field of biosciences and has spent almost fifteen years as a marketing executive or consultant mostly in the pharmaceutical industry. He joined the Department of Marketing in 2009 as an Assistant Professor teaching strategic marketing and marketing management classes in the master programs both academic and executive.
Jan Wegert conducts his PhD level studies at the Department of Marketing. His thesis title is “The Interplay Between Market-driving Strategy, Dynamic Capabilities, and Performance”. He is an experienced FMCG professional with a track record from companies such as Henkel, Unilever, Danone, currently working as eCommerce Manager for the CEEME region at Colgate-Palmolive. He is an external lecturer at the Prague University of Economics and Business. His area of interest is the competence of companies to operate in an uncertain environment, their capability to shape markets and to adapt their tangible and intangible assets.
Herman M. Abeykoon conducts his PhD level studies at the Department of Marketing. His thesis title is “Exploring collaborative market-driving strategy in tourism”. He is an experienced business and marketing consultant and has worked as corporate trainer in Sri Lanka. His experience spans over 25 years across the spectrum of marketing, finance and manufacturing specializing in the industries of apparel, agro, leisure and banking.