Building Iconic Brands in the Age of Real Time
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The Stanton Distinguished Leaders Series Presents

Building Iconic Brands in the Age of Real Time

A conversation 
Andres Kiger, MBA'95
Vice President of Latin America Marketing  
Converse, Inc.

Moderated by 
Prashant Malaviya 
Senior Associate Dean
MBA Programs 

Wednesday, March 30, 2016 
5:00 p.m.

Fisher Colloquium
McDonough School of Business 

Rafik B. Hariri Building

First 100 student attendees will receive a ticket for a Converse gift card at the end of the event. Line-up begins at 4:15 p.m. 
Doors open at 4:30 p.m. 
Please bring GU ID. 

Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made by March 23 to
A good faith effort will be made to fulfill requests made after March 23.


As vice president of Latin America marketing at Converse, Inc., Andres Kiger designs and executes platforms to expand the brand and build markets in this fast growing region. Kiger joined the company in January 2015 as vice president of North America. In this role, he led the marketing strategy and brand management functions including advertising, brand design, digital, communications, and retail marketing for the region. 

Before joining Converse, Kiger was most recently the director of integrated marketing for Coca-Cola Brazil, responsible for the overall marketing operations and a wide array of specialized functions including creative development, media, digital, promotions, sports and entertainment properties, and events.

Kiger is the recipient of numerous international marketing awards, including a 2014 Gold Effie for his work with Coca-Cola Brazil. He received an MBA from Georgetown University and a bachelor's degree from Emory University.



03/30/2016 5:00 PM EDT - 6:00 PM EDT
Fisher Colloquium
McDonough School of Business
WashingtonDC 20057 

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McDonough School of Business
Rafik B. Hariri Building
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Washington, DC 20057