Jim Rosenfield is provocative, quotable and says what he thinks, no
holds barred. He has published a book and more than 400 articles during
a long career, and has delivered over a thousand speeches and seminars
just about everywhere in the world. He has consulted for household
names such as MasterCard International, AT&T, IBM, Citibank, American
Airlines and scores more, both in the US and abroad.
His current areas of interest are technology and its cultural
impact, particularly the Internet; privacy, in all of its ramifications;
the present and future of e-Commerce; relationship marketing; consumer
psychology; and the aging of the Baby Boomers. A new speech, "After
the Gold Rush: Some Observations on the Near Future of the Internet,
E-Commerce and Relationship Marketing" has received rave reviews
on several continents.
An articulate, disarming, and frequently humorous speaker and
interviewee, Jim Rosenfield has appeared in publications such as
The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Los Angeles
Times, Forbes, Fortune, Business Week, as well as The Philadelphia
Inquirer, The Kansas City Star, The San Diego Union, and many,
many more. He has been interviewed recently by CNN, ABC's 20/20,
Dateline: NBC, CBS's 60 Minutes, and National Public Radio, as well
as numerous TV and radio stations in Asia/Pacific, Africa and Latin
America, three parts of the world where he spends considerable time.
A graduate of Columbia University, Jim Rosenfield lives in the
San Diego, California area, where he is Chairman of Rosenfield &
Associates. For insights and plain talking that you simply don't
expect from a marketing authority, he is a "must," both as a speaker
and an interviewee.