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Prof. Ahmed Alshumaimri

Professor and Chairman King Saud UniversityEntrepreneurship
Qualifications:

PhD

Location: Riyadh, KSA

Biography

Ahmed Alshumaimri is a professor of Marketing at the college of Economics and Business in Qassim University and dean of graduate studies at the same university. He holds an MBA degree from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in the USA and PhD in Marketing from Nottingham University in the UK. He has extensive consulting experience in the areas of direct marketing, strategic planning, and small businesses. He is head editor of Scientific Journal of Management, Member of Scientific Council of Public Institution, and a Consultant for a number of local private companies in Saudi Arabia. He is also, an author of four books in the area of Business Administration, and has numerous journal and magazine published articles. Professor Alshumaimri has long training experience in the area of Entrepreneurship and The Seven Habits of the highly effective people. Currently, he is the director of King Saud university fellowship in Entrepreneurship and the director of Intentact chapter in Saudi Arabia. Besides, he is acting as a Managing Director of Ola AlMajd for marketing and member of the Board for Almajd Satellite Channels.

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