P.K. Kannan

UMD Marketing Expert Says Verizon’s Success with iPhone Will Depend on Performance

January 11, 2011: MEDIA ALERT

UMD Marketing Expert Says Verizon’s Success with iPhone Will Depend on Performance

P.K. Kannan, Ralph J. Tyser Professor of Marketing Science and Chair, Department of Marketing at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, reacts to Verizon Wireless’ announcement today that they will now carry Apple’s iPhone. He says the carrier’s success will depend on its network performance.

Consumer spending habits

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Economic woes have 73 percent of consumers cutting back on household expenditures, according to the Consumer Technology Pulse recently released by the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business and research firm Rockbridge Associates Inc.

National Survey Finds Consumers Likely to Spend $104 Billion on Green Technology Products Per Year

College Park, Md. - March 12, 2008 - Americans' appetite for environmentally friendly technologies and consumer products is grossly underserved, with a potential $104 billion in sales this year, according to the 2007 National Technology Readiness Survey (NTRS) released today. The annual survey sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Service at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business and technology research firm Rockbridge Associates Inc.

Univ. of Md.s Robert H. Smith School of Business Marketing Faculty Honored For Top Research

College Park, Md. November 21, 2007 Marketing faculty at the University of Marylands Robert H. Smith School of Business recently received honors for top research influencing business practices. P.K. Kannan, the Harvey Sanders Associate Professor of Marketing, and department chair Roland Rust, the David Bruce Smith Chair in Marketing, were each recognized for separate projects. Kannan won the 2007 INFORMS Society on Marketing Science Practice Prize competition. Rusts research won the Best Article Award from the Journal of Service Research.

National Survey Finds Consumers Likely to Spend $104 Billion on Green Technology Products Per Year

College Park, Md. – March 12, 2008 – Americans’ appetite for environmentally friendly technologies and consumer products is grossly underserved, with a potential $104 billion in sales this year, according to the 2007 National Technology Readiness Survey (NTRS) released today. The annual survey — sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Service at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business and technology research firm Rockbridge Associates Inc.

UMD Experts Available to Comment on Delivery Drones Tech Progress, Viability and as Market Disruptor

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COLLEGE, PARK, Md. -- Though Google and Amazon, among others, have begun testing delivery drones, they are at least five years from launching. 

Business and engineering experts (below) at the University of Maryland are available to expand on their following comments. They say:

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