Jul 012014
Disruptive Marketing: How Wal-Mart Turned Marketing on its Head

Wal-Mart is the largest public corporation in the world, the largest retail company in the world and the largest employer in the world with over 2 million employees. We all know Wal-Mart. Ninety-seven percent of Americans visit Wal-Mart at least once a year; while thousands organize against Wal-Mart expansion. What more is there to say? For marketers, there is a [read more]

Jun 182014
Milton Kotler Interview SORULAR Magazine

-How did you define the 8 ways of growth? Are those ways applicable for every type of company? Turkey has had a decade of great economic growth, but is now facing a declining period, due in great part to transnational monetary, trade and investment circumstances. She is now roughly in the same distressed condition as the U.S. and European countries, [read more]

Jun 132014
Kellogg School of Management China Forum, 2013

Panel description: China has become one of the most important international markets for multi-national companies (MNCs). China’s market is fast growing and dynamic. Chinese consumers are getting wealthier with changing behaviors, thus affecting all enterprises in the supply ecosystem. State-owned enterprises (SOEs) and local private companies are continuously striving to enhance their competitiveness. To gain a sustainable growth in the [read more]

Jun 132014
China Will Grow Enough! By Milton Kotler, 2013 China Forum, Columbia University

It is a pleasure to be invited to Columbia University 2013 China Forum. Professor Xiaobo has prepared questions for the Panelists. Here are my responses. But first a prefatory remark: I am a practical business marketer, not an academic economist. I see China on the ground, and I am optimistic about its future for good practical reasons, as you will [read more]