Professor of Marketing at Kent Business School, Ben Lowe, has been appointed Associate Editor of the European Journal of Marketing (EJM).
EJM is internationally recognised as a leading journal in its field, publishing research and contributions from scholars across the world and across the breadth of the marketing discipline. In recent years it has grown its reach significantly.
Professor Lowe will join a team of Associate Editors from across the world including academics working in Australia, Europe, Asia and North America. He is naturally excited about the opportunity to join the EJM’s editorial board:
“Being appointed Associate Editor of EJM is a great privilege and I am looking forward to joining the new editorial team and contributing to the development of the journal. EJM is now very much a global publication with recognition for excellence internationally.”
“I am looking forward to taking up the position, becoming part of the EJM team and using the experience within my role at Kent Business School.”
At KBS Ben Lowe is Head of the Marketing Group. He serves on the editorial review board of several other journals including Psychology & Marketing, the International Journal of Bank Marketing, Journal for the Advancement of Marketing Education and the Journal of Strategic Management Education. He has been an academic in the UK and Australia and co-authors a book on marketing research with colleagues in Australia and the US which is in its fourth edition. As well as the MSc in Marketing course, those at an undergraduate level can study a BSc in Marketing at KBS – a programme accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
To discover what KBS’s Marketing programmes can offer you, visit our website and see for yourself the contents of the BSc Marketing and MSc Marketing courses we offer. KBS also has a PhD Marketing programme for those wishing to undertake research within the school.
Professor Ben Lowe
Ben Lowe is Professor of Marketing and Head of the Marketing research group at Kent Business School, University of Kent. Ben has been a marketing academic in the UK and Australia for over ten years and has a PhD in marketing from Griffith University.