With increasing globalization and flattening of the world, more Asian brands are venturing into newer markets and embracing customers in various cultures.
Martin Roll was invited to speak at the Thinkers50 European Business Forum from 25-26 September 2019 held in Odense, Denmark.
Air China aims to become a global Chinese airline brand dedicated to excellent operations, service levels and quality across the entire organization.
In August 2018, Martin Roll was interviewed about strategy and marketing in the digital age and featured on Google’s knowledge portal, Think with Google.
Martin Roll was featured in a recent interview with China Daily Asia about the rise and potential of Chinese companies in the publication’s July 2-8 2018 edition.
Mention “Huawei” and most people would immediately associate the brand with the latest, high-quality technological products.
Martin Roll was interviewed on The CMO Show on 14 December 2017.
Shang Xia is a Chinese luxury fashion brand backed by Hermès offering high-quality products with a contemporary twist on traditional Chinese aesthetics and crafts.
The world had started noticing it some time back, but when a Chinese e-commerce company created the world’s biggest Initial Public Offering (IPO) valued at USD 25 billion in September 2014, it was really an event for everyone to take further notice.
Martin Roll was invited by the President of BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo (Norway) to speak on “Darlings & Dragons: How China & Asia Reshape The Global World” on Thursday 26 October 2017.
The Shangri-La brand began in 1971 with its first hotel in Singapore.
For Suitable For Growth, Martin Roll talks about the state of branding in China and the strategies that will provide a solid management foundation for strong brands.
For CKGSB Knowledge, Martin Roll talks about the state of branding in Chinese companies and strategies that will help build truly global Chinese brands.
For CKGSB Knowledge, Martin Roll discusses Huawei’s rise as a regional company to a global leader taking on the world, particularly the United States.
China leads all emerging markets with 89 companies on the latest Fortune Global 500 list of the world’s largest.