Selling life to the dying - January 2016

Business Think
UNSW Australia Business School

"Where preventative health products are hard to sell"

Freelance business writer: Chris Sheedy

1200 words

More than 10 million children die each year in developing nations across the globe, according to research co-authored by Sarah Walker, a lecturer in the school of economics at UNSW Business School. Many of these deaths could be prevented by relatively simple measures. Shoes could be worn. Mosquito nets could be put above beds. Soap and clean water could be made more readily available. READ STORY