Mercadotecnia Para Gerentes Latino Americanos En El Siglo XXI
At 294 pages and 20 chapters, Marketing for Latin America Managers in the 21st Century provides the essence of marketing for current and aspiring marketing professionals throughout the many countries of Latin America. This book also has immense value for other functional executives, and senior corporate leaders, who want to really understand the value that marketing can bring to their firms – entrepreneurial start-ups and established corporations.
Marketing for Latin America Managers in the 21st Century evolved from a unique partnership between faculty from one of Latin America’s leading institutions of higher education – Mexico’s TEC Monterey -- and Noel Capon, globally published author and R.C. Kopf Professor of International Marketing at New York’s Columbia Business School.
Essentially, Marketing for Latin America Managers in the 21st Century is a book for Latin American managers written by Latin American academics, steeped in the culture of Latin American business. Easy to read and packed with examples from throughout the region, this book provides a concise and excellent understanding of modern marketing.
Marketing for Latin America Managers in the 21st Century also contains Internet links to additional material, including video/audio interviews, that makes Latin American marketing come alive.
In his role as Chair of Wessex Press, Noel Capon brings a unique perspective as an experienced Marketing educator, researcher, author and professional, originally trained as a research chemist.
“I knew when I completed my doctorate in Chemistry that I didn’t want to be a ‘bench’ chemist.” By that time, Professor Capon was very interested in Marketing and began his career working in Marketing for Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) in his native Britain.
Professor Capon has been a leader in Marketing ever since, applying an analytical approach to solving business problems.
That’s what led him to launch Wessex Press, Inc. (formerly Axcess Capon) almost 20 years ago.
“I knew there had to be a better way to provide high-quality textbooks, globally, at a more affordable price.”
Professor Capon previously served two terms as elected chair of the Marketing Division at Columbia Business School. He held faculty positions at UCLA (where he also was Marketing Chair) and Harvard Business School before joining Columbia in 1979.
Professor Capon teaches Marketing Strategy, and Sales and Strategic Account Management courses to MBA and EMBA students. He also has taught at many educational institutions as a visiting professor, including INSEAD (France), Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), and the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), Shanghai, PRC. Professor Capon is Honorary Dean, Marketing and Innovation College, Beijing, PRC.
In addition, Professor Capon contributes to Columbia Business School’s Executive Education program and has designed, directed and taught in a variety of Marketing, Sales Management, and Strategic and Global Account Management programs. He also has developed and directed customized programs for major corporations globally. Professor Capon co-founded The Chief Sales Executive Forum (2001), and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Strategic Account Management Association (SAMA).
Professor Capon has authored or co-authored more than 40 Marketing and Account Management books, including many international editions. Some books of note:
Key Account Management and Planning, Free Press/Simon and Schuster, 2001. This was the first major book on key (strategic) account management and is known as “the bible” of key account management.
Managing Global Accounts, Wessex Press, 2005. This is the only book to date that addresses the growing field of managing global customers.
Managing Marketing in the 21st Century (4th edition, Wessex Press, 2016), Capon’s Marketing Framework (4th edition, Wessex Press, 2017) and Capon’s Marketing Essentials (Wessex Press, 2017), in various editions, offer a new and powerful way of approaching the Marketing discipline.
He earned his B.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Chemistry from University College, London University; Dip. B.A. from Manchester Business School; MBA from Harvard Business School; and Ph.D. in Marketing from Columbia Business School.