MARTIN CASTEJON, PEDRO JUAN
Ph.D. in Business Economy and Ph.D. in Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Murcia. Master?s degree in Business Management, Autonomous University of Madrid and Master?s degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Murcia. Degree in Marketing. Degree in Industrial Engineering, University of Malaga
His extensive professional experience includes positions such as Sales Director at Donut-Panrico S.A, Vigaceros S.A and Transmisiones Energéticas S.A.
He is currently a Professor in the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Murcia and at ENAE Business School. His academic experience is focused on Corporate Social Responsibility, Negotiation and Business Ethics. In addition, he has also held the following positions: Course Director of Negotiation Strategies and Skills Course, Coordinator of the Master and the Degree in Marketing and Vice Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Murcia. As a Professor of ENAE he is engaged in a variety of masters and specific courses about Negotiation, Neuro-marketing and Neuro-sales.
He is the author of many articles on these subjects and he has participated as author on the following books as well: "La gestión de las empresas familiares: un análisis integral" (2009), "La gestión eficiente de los equipos de venta" (2011), "Nuevas investigaciones sobre la gestión de la empresa familiar en España" (2013) y "Práctica de Estadística Aplicada a la Empresa y al Marketing" (2015).
Furthermore, he has been awarded with the 3rd National Sales Award by Air Nostrum University Chair (University of Valencia) in 2007 and with the First Innovation Teaching Award by ASEPUMA (Granada) in 2016.
He has spoken at different conferences and workshops where we can highlight the American Marketing Associations in USA, he also has participated in professional and academic events in Italy, France, Portugal, Mexico, Argentina and Colombia. He performs national and international conferences about corporate Social Responsibility, Family Business and mainly on Decision Making, Negotiation and Problem Management from an ethical point of view.