Sandy Jap is a frequent speaker for both academic and executive audiences. Her talks often feature her latest research and work in progress as well as cross-industry trends and strategy implications. She has provided custom education programs for a wide variety of schools, organizations, and businesses. Her research and findings are generalizable to non-profit settings and organizations, government agencies and intrafirm groups (e.g., engineering and sales).
Sandy has consulted with a wide variety of corporations on market and channel strategy, partnership development and management, resource allocation and sales management and incentive issues. Sandy is often invited to speak about the challenges that professional women and faculty face over the course of their careers. Topics such as career management, work/life balance, and gender issues have been presented at a variety of forums and conferences.
She can also provide expert testimony, analysis, and litigation support on marketing research, survey design and analysis, channel design and incentives, and go-to-market strategies. Sandy also conducts programs on partnering, customer service, and B2B strategy to executive audiences.
August 4, 2021
Institute for the Study of Business Markets (ISBM) PhD Camp
August 9-11, 2021
AMA-Sheth Doctoral Consortium, Indiana University