Speaking Events


  • 2016 Academy of Business Research Conference (ABR), San Antonio, TX; 10/26/2016; Garcia, J. & Miles, D. (2016) Topic: Social Media and Hispanic Consumers: Market Research On Social Media Influence On Hispanic Consumer and Purchasing Behavior.
  • 2016 Black Doctoral Network (BDN) Conference, Atlanta, GA; 10/27-29/2016; Miles, D, (2016) Topic: How to Get Away with Murder in Marketing Part 1: New Forensic Investigation Methods For Examining Marketing Problems.
  • 2016 Society for Marketing Advances (SMA) Conference, Atlanta, GA; 11/10/2016: (a) Topic: Teaching Moments: Harvard and Sharks: Using Shark Tank to Teach the Harvard Case Study Method to MBA Marketing Students; and (b) Topic: How to Get Away with Murder in Marketing Part 2: New Forensic Investigation Methods For Examining Marketing Problems.
  • 2016 Academy of Business Research Conference (ABR), New Orleans, LA; 3/23/2016;

Miles, D. & Piper, D. (2016), Topic: Examining Criminal Entrepreneurship: Developing A Taxonomy and Framework for Classifying Criminally-based Enterprises and Criminal-Oriented Business Ventures.

Miles, D, (2016) Topic: Applied Statistics and Marketing Research – A Marketing Study on Business Markets and Segments with Different Business Ventures;

Miles, D, (2016) Topic: Marketing Analytics and Customer Behavior: Applied Statistics Research On Customer Turnover and Marketing Behavior in Service-Related Industries;

  • 2016 San Antonio Public Library and Commission Present LEARN at SAP Job Fairs, (Carver Public Library) San Antonio, Texas on 3/8/2016. Topic: Miles, D, (2016) Personal Marketing: How to Building Likeability with People.
  • 2015 Academy of Business Research Conference (ABR), San Antonio, Texas; 10/28-10/30/2015; ●●Won “Best Research Award in Marketing Session”●●● Topic: Miles, D, (2016) Social Media Rating Sites and Female Consumer Behavior: Marketing Research on Social Media Rating Sites and Its Influence on Female Consumer Behavior and Pre- and Post Purchasing Decisions. Discussed and presented research on the influence of Rate My Professors.com on female consumers’ (college students) and their choices.