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Global business leader will deliver lecture at Creighton, Nov. 30

Kumaku book coverRobert Kumaki, a respected leader in global business, will deliver a lecture and participate in a book-signing later this month at Creighton University.

Kumaki, principal of the Ronin Group, has written Many Cultures One Market: A Guide to Understanding Opportunities in the Asian Pacific American Market and will speak on his experiences as a marketing executive at some of the world’s most recognizable organizations, including Young & Rubicam and Ogilvy & Mather.

The lecture, sponsored by the Asian World Center and the Heider College of Business, will take place Nov. 30 from 9:30 to 11 a.m., in the Harper Center, Room 3027, on the Creighton campus. A reception and book-signing will follow. All events are free and open to the public.

With more than two decades of marketing experience and 10 years at the head of his own consulting firm, Kumaki is well known in the Asian-Pacific-American business community and was recently one of two Americans invited by the Japanese government to participate in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Domestic and Foreign Multilayer Network of Influential Figures. In this role, Kumaki helped provide influential figures abroad with accurate information on Japan’s policies and values to expand the outreach of Japan’s policy advocacy, and work as a communications hub for exchanging ideas and dissemination accurate information to the world.

Kumaki has also served as an adjunct professor of advertising at the University of Illinois and has been a training program instructor at the major agencies where he has worked.

For more information on the event contact Maorong Jiang at 402-280-2896 or Xavier Imperial at Learn more about Robert Kumaki and his Japan experience here.

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