Dr. Nadeem M. Firoz is a researcher and professor of International Marketing with more than thirty three years of teaching experience and involvement in the world of business management. He is academically and professionally qualified by AACSB.
In 2014, Dr. Firoz retired from the School of Business at Montclair State University (AACSB), Montclair, New Jersey, USA, to pursue a Fulbright Scholar assignment in Islamabad, Pakistan.
He has taught in Mexico for almost ten summer sessions, and will teach his next summer session at ITESO. He has also taught in Pakistan, India, and GIMPA in Accra, Ghana. He is an active Fulbright Specialist with the Fulbright Office in Washington D.C. for 2014-19.
Dr. Firoz continues to teach as an adjunct professor for the Spring and Fall semesters at Baruch School of Business (ACCSB) in the City University of New York. His philosophy is to keep teaching in order to stay current on new methods and concepts. He believes that students have one teacher to learn from while teachers have many students to learn from. Dr. Firoz considers each and every student to be his “best teacher.”
He has been very active in research. His main focus is in the service of non-profit marketing. Dr. Firoz’s consulting is in converting intangibles in service marketing to tangibles. Further, Dr. Firoz publishes on average three to five journal articles every five years. His research has been presented at national and international conferences in over 70 countries.
In his free time, Dr. Firoz enjoys photography, painting watercolor, and long-distance walking.