Marketing in a Triple Frontier

Greetings from The Slave Detective,

This is a day I have been looking forward to for a long time.

Dr Dave Web is University of Western Australia professor in the concept of marketing. he is also a leading Academic in the study of Human Trafficking, a well published person and a great speaker.

David has held numerous international academic and industry positions in Germany, the Far East, the United States and the United Kingdom together with an executive position at a customer satisfaction management consultancy firm in South Africa. He is currently Associate Professor at the University of Western Australia.

While his research is varied, David’s primary interests are in the domain of macro-marketing focusing in particular on the interface between marketing and quality of life (QOL), self determination theory and the psychology of consumption.
David is a member of the Board of Directors for the International Society for Quality of Life Studies (ISQOLS). He is also the Senior Personal Well-Being (PWB) researcher for the Tibetan ethnic regions of Western China, co-editor of the religion, spirituality and quality of life section of the Applied Journal for Research in Quality of Life Studies (USA), co-editor of the Social Indicator Research Series Book ‘Subjective Well Being and Security’ (January 2012) and the editor for the ‘Best Practice in Quality of Life Studies’ (Springer) book series. David was awarded ‘Distinguished Research Fellow’ of ISQOLS in 2010 for his contributions to QOL research.


Today he has completed a series of podcasts for the IHRG whom I have followed for a while.

In this series of interviews he introduces himself, the concept of Marketing Global Products and then how he has followed Human Trafficking in this field.

Listen to his Podcasts. They build up to a crescendo. They are brilliant. He puts another field of thought on trafficked regions in the world and how there is a role for everyone on many levels. Also he helps how we can recognise our role. It is also the cross communication and creation of a virtual observatory to act as a conduit within our community to combat Trafficking.


Give your mind a different slant in the battle into Human Trafficking.


One response to “Marketing in a Triple Frontier

  1. Pingback: Marketing in a Triple Frontier | International Human Rights Group

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