Senior Lecturer / Programme Leader
Department of Marketing
Lincoln International Business School
About Victoria Ellis-Vowles
Victoria started her career as a building surveyor in Australia. On her return to the UK, she set up her own business in events management in a leisure and hospitality environment which she successfully operated for 4 years. She completed her masters degree and graduated top of her class in International Marketing Strategy at the University of Lincoln and went on to manage the international marketing programme for an electronics manufacturer. In 2010 she was awarded Chartered status by the Chartered Institute of Marketing. She is now undertaking her PhD focusing on the role of the landlord in the social construction of space in rural public houses.
Victoria is a Lecturer within Lincoln International Business School. She is the programme leader from the BSc (Hons) Retail Management programme and module coordinates the UG Dissertation for the distance learning programmes.
Marketing and Events Management.
MSc International Marketing Strategy
— University of LIncoln, 2010
CIM Professional Diploma in Marketing
— Oxford College of Marketing, 2009
CIM Best MSc International Marketing Strategy Student Prize
— University of LIncoln,
Victoria manages the marketing and is partner for COVIC Training Solutions.
- Rydzik, Agnieszka and Ellis, Victoria (2016) Collaboration in the microbrewery sector. In: 14th Rural Entrepreneurship Conference (REC 2016), 15-17th June 2016, University of Lincoln.
- Rydzik, Agnieszka and Ellis, Victoria (2016) Negotiating occupational identity: Women brewers and gendered territories of embodied work. In: Work, Employment and Society Conference, 6-8th September 2016, University of Leeds.
- Ellis, Victoria (2015) Work based distance learning approach to professionalisation and academic accreditation. In: International Conference on Institutional Leadership and Teaching & Learning, 14 -15 September, London.
- Ellis, Victoria and Rydzik, Agnieszka (2015) Inter-firm collaborative brewing networks: Can socially supportive female-only networks increase cognitive proximity while facilitating innovation? In: BAM2015 The Value of Pluralism in Advancing Management Research, Education and Practice, 8 -10 September 2015, University of Portsmouth.
- Rydzik, Agnieszka and Ellis, Victoria (2015) “Don’t use the ‘weak’ word”: coping strategies of female brewers dealing with physical work. In: 12th European Sociological Association Conference, 25-28 August 2015, Prague.
- Bosworth, Gary and Ellis, Victoria (2013) Rural development funding in the micro-brewery sector. In: Beeronomics 2013 Conference - The Economics of Beer and Brewing, 18-21 September 2013, University of York.