Imran Khan | Poole College of Management

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Imran Khan | Poole College of Management




Imran Khan brings his experience covering enterprise and consumer technologies across a range of industries and functional areas to the Poole College of Management. Before joining NC State, Khan served as an assistant professor of practice at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and held marketing faculty positions with Murray State University and the University of South Alabama.

He also has significant experience in the market research and consulting industry having served as a consultant/analyst for some of the leading global market research organizations, including Frost & Sullivan and 451 Research, formerly The Yankee Group. In his role as a consultant/analyst, Khan has authored numerous industry studies and research insights, developed white papers, conducted industry briefings, and worked on several consulting projects.


Doctor of Business Administration, Marketing, Kennesaw State University, Coles College of Business (2014)
MBA, General Business, University of South Alabama (1995)
Bachelor of Science, Marketing, University of South Alabama (1993)


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