Monica B. Fine
Professor and Consultant
Marketing is what I do—in more ways than one.
Remember that old saying, “Those that can’t do, teach”?
When I hear that old adage, I have to smile. Because for many of us academic types, it’s not remotely true.
Yes, I teach marketing at Coastal Carolina University, and I serve as the Associate Dean of Student Success for the Wall College of Business. I was also most recently the Department Chair for the Marketing & Hospitality Department. But like any good marketer, I’m not at my best unless I’m doing marketing, too. When I’m not in the classroom, I’m consulting for small businesses in the South, helping them to grow through better marketing, branding, and promotion.
Explore this site to learn more about my consulting services (through my consulting business, B. Fine Consulting), my research pursuits, and more. I look forward to connecting with you.
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Evaluating the Impact of Concentrated Match Scheduling in College Volleyball during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Athletic conferences worked to lower the cost of delivering athletic programs while operating during the COVID-19 global pandemic. One strategy was the use of concentrated schedules for competitions.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the factors that influence consumers’ value, satisfaction and loyalty to the CrossFit community.
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