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Milton Kotler – President, Kotler Marketing Group

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Milton Kotler has over forty years of professional experience in marketing strategy and management. He is President of Kotler Marketing Group (KMG, Inc.), headquartered in Washington DC, with offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, China (www.kotler.com.cn). Mr. Kotler founded Kotler Marketing Group in 1985 and is the sole owner of the company. 

Kotler Marketing Group conducts projects in marketing strategy, management and training. Milton Kotler has led projects for Motorola, Ford Motor, Northwestern Mutual Trust Bank,  AT&T, IBM, JP Morgan Private Banking and SAS Airlines. Company clients include Exxon Mobil, American Express, Microsoft, Novartis, British Telecom, Pfizer, and other Fortune 1,000 companies. Tony Kotler directs the Washington office of Kotler Marketing Group. Milton Kotler manages KMG China.

Milton Kotler incorporated Kotler Marketing Group China in 2004 as a wholly owned foreign enterprise. It currently has offices in Beijing, Shenzhen and Shanghai and a staff of 50 professionals who provide consulting and training services in four divisions: Strategic marketing; urban and industrial planning and investment attraction; strategic branding, media and design; and marketing and sales training.

Kotler Marketing Group China focuses on assisting private and State-owned Chinese enterprises and authorities to plan and market their products and land developments to the Chinese domestic and global markets. as well as attracting western investment and partnerships for these Chinese enterprises.

Our Shenzhen clients include Ping An Insurance, China Mobile, TCL, Skyworth Multimedia, Tsinghua Yuanxing Pharmaceutical Company, Kingdee Software, China Mobil, Louhu District, Shenzhen, CSICC Overseas Development, SZ CATIC, and Yekalon Interior Materials. Clients in other parts of China include SGM (Shanghai) Hai He Riverfront Redevelopment Commission (Tianjin), Nanjing Qinghuai Riverfront Development Commission,  Xi’an Commercial Aviation Park, Luneng Energy and Real Estate (Shandong), Harbin City Government , Haichang Marine (Dalian), Star River Properties (Beijing), Hongdou Group (Wuxi), China Resources Beer (Beijing), Beijing Cayui Beijing Safety and Security Industrial Zone, Homnicen Real Estate (Guiyang), Sinocome (Beijing), Sanya Municipal Government (Hainan), Dunan Industries (Hangzhou) and other Chinese companies and development authorities.

Milton Kotler has been active in China for since 1999. He is an economic advisor to the Mayors of Xian, Dalian and Harbin. He has delivered public seminars in over 50 Chinese cities and is author of A Clear-Sighted View of Chinese Business Strategy, Renmin University Press, Beijing; 2003 and two earlier books in the U.S. on urban policy. His new book (forthcoming 2009) is Why China? A Business Adventure.

Kotler is a frequent contributor to Chinese business newspapers and magazines, including 21st Century Business Review, China Business Review, China Business Journal, New Marketing, and other publications. He is a frequent guest on CCTV. In the U.S. he speaks to graduate schools of businesses and U.S. companies about business opportunities in China and how to conduct business in China.  

Mr. Kotler lives in Washington, DC with his wife, Greta Kotler. He also resides in Beijing. Milton Kotler is active in Sino-U.S. cultural exchange and is a graduate of the University of Chicago, with an M.A. in Political Science. He is a member of the National Committee on United States-China Relations and the University Club of Washington, D.C.   

Contact Milton Kotler at mkotler@kotlermarketing.com.

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Contact Milton Kotler at mkotler@kotlermarketing.com.

 

 

 
 
 
   
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