Learn the latest trends in marketing and sales
October 28 – November 2, 2012
Evanston, Illinois, USA, Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management (near Chicago, Illinois)
KoM is specially designed for high-level, Latin American sales and marketing executives. The program provides participants with the abilities and tools needed to face the global marketing challenges of today’s modern world. Outstanding Kellogg professors will impart participants with the knowledge of the latest trends in marketing and sales.
Who Should Attend:
Presidents, vice presidents, directors, sales and marketing directors:
• From companies that have an annual sales volume of USD 20 million.
• From companies with 200+ employees.
• Additionally, the number of years of professional experience will be considered.
Kellogg School of Management
For more than a century, Northwestern University has been a leader in education and research. Its business school, Kellogg School of Management, is located on the Evanston campus, on the shores of Lake Michigan, very close to Chicago. More than 50 years ago, Kellogg revolutionized graduate management education by introducing executive education into its programming, a format that is being emulated today by the majority of the world’s business schools.
Kellogg’s teaching staff is world renowned, making it one of the most recognized business schools of all time. It has characterized itself by being in the top rankings published by various institutions:
• Nº1 MBA Program, Economist Intelligence.
• Nº1 MBA Program and Executive Marketing Program, BusinessWeek.
• Nº1 Marketing Program, The Wall Street Journal and US News.
• Nº1 in Executive Education Programs, The Financial Times.
The James Allen Center
The participants attend courses and reside at the James Allen Center, one of the first training centers specially designed to respond to executive demand. The Allen Center is equipped with Wi-Fi enabled rooms including computing and study rooms. The spaces for group work are duly equipped and distributed among the four floors of the building.
$8,450. This includes academic material, lodging, breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Airfare and airport transfers are not included in the cost of the program.