Brock Media Clips for Aug. 2

Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.

E-commerce in Canada: Abdul Ashraf, Assistant Professor of Marketing in the Goodman School of Business was on CHML 900’s Scott Thompson Show in Hamilton Tuesday talking about the rising use of e-commerce and how it impacts Canadian business. Ashraf’s interview starts at 38:18.

China’s gift for Canada 150 Project not what it seems, expert says: Canada-China expert and Brock University political science professor Charles Burton told Huffington Post Canada that the “very dominant Chinese participation” in a horticulture exhibit in the national capital this summer is another example of the regime’s “attempt to influence Canadian policy.” Reach: 4,000,000.

Tiger-Cats visit Brock University: Cogeco TV10 Niagara recently covered the visit to Brock University’s Youth Flag Football League by the Grey Cup and two members of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

In the garden of wine economists: A presentation by Goodman School of Business professors Don Cyr, Lester Kwong and Ling Sun at a conference in Italy was covered by the Oregon Wine Press.

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