Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Dr. Paul Temporal is a leading global expert on brand creation, development and management, with over 30 years' experience in consulting and training.
He has worked with leading companies and governments, published 16 books on brand strategy and management and is well known for his practical and results-oriented approach.
Dr. Temporal has featured in mainstream global media such as the New York Times, the Asian Wall Street Journal, Sunday Times of India, CNBC, the Economist, Business Week and multiple e-media.
Public sector organisations for which he has consulted include ADB, APEC, ASEAN, OIC, UNCTAD, GCC, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Governments of Brunei, Canada, China, Dubai, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Oman, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, and the United Kingdom. In addition he has worked with the UK Civil Service, the World Bank, and European Union (EU). He has also worked with many ministries, departments, statutory bodies and GLC’s in Asian countries.
Corporate clients include Coca-Cola Corporation, Carlsberg, Credit Suisse, Microsoft, BP, Carlsberg, Unilever, China Construction Bank, Intel, Dubai Aluminium, Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai Group, Dunhill, Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts, Renault, Marks and Spencer, MTV, Capital Land, Goldman Sachs, McKinsey & Company, Maybank, Sime Darby Group, Faber Group, Opus, Ogilvy & Mather, Fleishman Hillard, Standard Chartered Bank, Fraser & Neave, Flextech Holdings, Great Eastern, Motorola, Marie Claire, JTC, Suzuki, Kao, Panasonic, IBTC Group, TDK, Raffles International Hotels, Rolls-Royce, Singapore Technologies, Song Da Group, Times Publishing Group, Cerebos Asia-Pacific, Pensonic Holdings, Singapore Telecoms and many more.
Dr. Temporal was educated at Leeds and Oxford Universities in the UK, and holds Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degrees in Management, a degree in Economics, and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education.
Alongside his role at Saïd Business School, Dr. Temporal is an Associate Fellow at Green Templeton College, University of Oxford and a Visiting Professor at Peking University HSBC Business School, China.
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He regularly contributes to Executive Education custom programmes.