The Servitization Doctoral Symposium is an annual two-day event for those doctoral students whose research focuses specifically on the topics related to servitization (including Product-Service Systems, services-centric business models, and services-dominant logic). The main objectives of the Symposium are to (i) develop a common knowledge base within the community of PhD students in servitization research, (ii) provide a chance for the doctoral students to present and obtain feedback on their research from the leading academics in the field, and (iii) foster the development of a community of early career researchers in the field of servitization which could become a forum for exchanging ideas and building research collaboration.
We have up to 15 spaces available each year. Ideally, the student participants will have completed one or two years of doctoral study or progressed far enough in their research to have a structured proposal idea and some preliminary findings but have not reached the stage of defending their dissertations.
The important dates are:
For more detail about the selection process, application form, location, etc. please go to: www.advancedservicesgroup.co.uk/events/sds2023