EVENT DATE: January 10, 2008
TOPIC: ingston’s Economic Prospects
Ken is a faculty member and Teaching Fellow in Marketing at Queen’s School of Business. He has taught in degree programs at Carleton University, Cornell, Radcliffe and Harvard, and in executive programs at the universities of Alberta, Dalhousie, Toronto and York. He has received numerous awards for courses in Strategic Planning, Marketing, and Business Strategy. He is co-author of Canada’s largest-selling introductory marketing text, Basic Marketing.
Ken is a frequent speaker and facilitator at conferences and executive development programs around the world. He consults on strategic planning and marketing issues to a galaxy of private corporations, public agencies and associations. He anchors a regular feature in the National Post and is one of Canada’s most frequently cited authorities in media coverage of marketing issues. He is on numerous Boards of Directors and Advisory Boards. He received his B.Comm and MBA degrees from Queen’s University prior to doctoral studies at Harvard Business School.