Martin Roll was invited as a guest speaker by the National University of Singapore (NUS) to present and discuss the topic “Global Asian Brands: Myth or Reality” with its MBA students on 6 February 2018.
Martin Roll’s opinion piece about the link between customers and company brand strategies in Asia Pacific was featured on CMO.
The Jim Thompson Thai Silk Company from Thailand is a well-known Asian brand with great potential to become a strong international lifestyle brand.
In January 2018, Martin Roll has been appointed a Visiting Entrepreneur-in-Residence at INSEAD Business School.
From an early start in 1994, Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts has grown into one of Asia’s most successful hospitality brands with numerous international awards and accolades from publications like the prestigious Condé Nast Traveler and others.
Hermès International, sometimes also referred to as Hermès of Paris or Hermes, is a French luxury goods manufacturer.
Management is not leadership.
Kering is one of the world’s largest luxury goods holding companies.
Think about one of the strongest brands from Asia, and chances are that Singapore Airlines (SIA) and its long-serving, almost iconic Singapore Girl easily come to mind.
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.
In the next 10 years, a rapid changing landscape will emerge in Asia where the opportunities for Asian companies to benefit from branding efforts will be larger than ever before.
The concept of the world being flat has extended beyond geographical boundaries to the rapid blurring and demolition of economic ones.
In June 2017, Martin Roll was featured in an interview in Ekonomist Magazine Turkey.
There are over 350 million luxury consumers in the world, according to a 2015 study by global management consultancy Bain & Company.
Next generation leadership is about leading in the most turbulent of times, and successful next generation leaders will be masters of change and resilience.
On 26 May 2017, Martin Roll spoke at the Turkish Exporters Assembly meeting in Istanbul on “The 10 steps To Build Iconic Brands And The Next Drivers For Brand Turkey”.
Martin Roll was a contributor and panelist at the plenary session “Passions and Emotions” at The Arab Luxury World Conference held in Dubai on 23 May 2017.
Martin Roll’s column on ‘Forging An Identity’ was featured in the April 2017 edition of Vietnam Economic Times, an electronic publication that offers timely and authoritative news coupled with insight and opinion on business, finance and social issues in Vietnam.
Martin Roll will provide a keynote speak and moderate executive panels at the forthcoming Start-Up Village 2017 (6-7 June in Moscow).
Zara is one of the world’s most successful fashion retail brands – if not the most successful one.
The face of business in Asia is changing faster than one can blink one’s eyes.
The number of Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) appointments have been growing steadily over the years.
American entrepreneur and marketer Seth Godin defines a brand as “a set of expectations, memories, stories, and relationships.
A great mentor is able to lead their mentee with empathy, sensitivity and patience, while constantly adapting to changing times and complex circumstances.
Nike, Starbucks, Disney, McDonald’s, IKEA, Nokia, IBM, Coca-Cola and LEGO are some of the best known global brands around.
Originally from Malaysia, BritishIndia has carved out a niche for itself in the lifestyle segment of the Asian fashion retail market over the last 18 years.
All companies aspire to build brands that eventually get etched in the culture of the society and become cultural icons.
The Apple Watch was launched in April 2015 and ushered in a new era where fashion and technology began to move closer to each other.
It is paramount that brands stand for something in today’s complex and ever-evolving local and global marketplaces.
Amanresorts is one of the most iconic brands to have emerged from Asia.
Forever 21 became one of the largest and most competitive fast fashion retail brands in the world competing on cheap price points, merchandise, prime locations and rapid global logistics.
Martin Roll was featured in China Daily Asia Weekly in March 2016.
Martin Roll swapped a thriving career in the Copenhagen advertising industry with an entirely new life in 2000, without a safety net on the other side of the world.
Even though there are several definitions of brand equity and multiple methods of measuring it, one thing is accepted as a fact by all marketers, it is very difficult to measure.
No resource allocation is more important than the allocation of the most senior leaders responsible for shaping the identity and future of a brand.
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.
Air China aims to become a global Chinese airline brand dedicated to excellent operations, service levels and quality across the entire organization.
Great leaders are defined by their ability to unite groups of unique individuals around a common vision.
In a world where everyone is unique, there is no one-size-fits-all leadership strategy.
Martin Roll was moderating Q&A and plenary session with Pierluigi Collina at the “SIM 50th Anniversary Learning Series – Transformations” hosted by Singapore Institute of Management at SingTel on Friday 4 April 2014.
A brand is created out of thousands of experiences with products, services and systems created by people.
Globalization has had a tremendous impact on businesses in general.
Brands play an important role in modern society – a role which cannot be denied in scope and scale.
Apple Computers, Starbucks Coffee, Virgin Group, L’Oreal, Louis Vuitton, Nike, Singapore Airlines, Banyan Tree and Samsung are among some of the most successful brands in the world.
Martin Roll wrote an insights column for Forbes (Thailand) about the future of Thai brands and what is required by Thai firms to build and sustain global brands.
Martin Roll was moderating Q&A and plenary session with AirAsia X CEO Azran Osman Rani at the 50th Anniversary Learning & Transformation Series hosted by Singapore Institute of Management at the Singapore National Library on 28 Feb 2014.
Organisations of all sizes, in all industries, in all parts of the world must innovate to achieve sustained competitive advantage.
The face of business in Asia is changing faster than one can blink one’s eyes.
The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) has become one of the more commonly talked about corporate designations in recent years.
For the modern brand, sustainable competitive advantage can not be built upon logo design, taglines, packaging or marketing campaigns.
The fast changing business landscape has made strong brands highly crucial to a company’s success.
Branding enhances shareholder value, it can become a catalyst for better leadership, it enables to drive a shared vision throughout the organization, and it can help to balance short- and long-term perspectives and performance.
Martin Roll’s interview with China Daily: With better quality products, improved supply chains and rising demand, Chinese and Asian corporations are increasingly making their way onto the global corporate stage.
Martin Roll was interviewed by Forbes (Thailand) about the future of Thai brands and what is required by Thai firms to build and sustain global brands.
In July 2013, Martin Roll spoke at the Taiwan International Branding Forum, an annual two-day forum that is organized to enable Taiwan in building up its local products and companies into globally recognized brands.
Martin Roll was hosted by Asia Society Northern California in San Francisco for a program named “Asian Brands 2.
Martin Roll was interviewed by Money Today (Korea) about the future of Korean brands and what is required by Korean firms to build and sustain global brands.
Martin Roll was interviewed by Financial Times (Sri Lanka) about the future of Sri Lanka brands and what is required by Sri Lanka firms to build and sustain global brands.
Martin Roll’s interview with The Peak (Hong Kong): Martin Roll was interviewed about the future of Asian brands and what is required by Asian firms to build and sustain global brands.