Dave Winterich

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Assistant Teaching Professor

Department Marketing
Office Address 477 Business Building
Phone Number 814-863-5793
Email Address dmw42@psu.edu

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Dave Winterich has 10 years of marketing experience, primarily in the logistics industry. Dave has been an account representative for two 3rd Party Logistics Services providers, Exel Transportation (in Philadelphia, PA), and C.H. Robinson Worldwide (in Pittsburgh, PA). He has also served in a consultant role for the Texas Transportation Institute in College Station, TX.

Education

MS, Marketing, Texas A&M University, 2009

BS, Information Management & Analysis, Shippensburg University, 2003

Courses Taught

MKTG 330 – Consumer Behavior (3)
Application of behavioral science concepts to the understanding of buyer behavior as a basis for marketing management decision making.

MKTG 445 – Global Marketing (3)
Role of international marketing in the global environment; political, economic, geographic, historical, cultural conditions; developing and implementing international marketing strategies. MKTG (I B) 445 Global Marketing (3) (IL) MKTG/I B 445 focuses on the wide range of issues, which face enterprises as they develop and execute marketing strategies and tactics, designed to support business activities in markets outside their home country. This course deals directly with these issues as they apply to firms, which concentrate on a few markets closer to home, or on many markets throughout the world, including via the Internet. This course also deals with the important role played by governments in shaping the global marketing environment, including through trade policies, treaties and marketing supports. Students successfully completing this course also gain a greater understanding of the cultural, technological, economic, political and social environments which international businesses and global marketers face as they seek to expand their product and/or service offerings into other nations. Understanding this important part of the challenge facing international businesses and global marketers is achieved through the text, lectures, and student group projects and presentations including some focused on specific countries, including both major trading partners of the United States and select emerging new markets. This course is designed for students who have an interest in these topics and/or who plan to enter fields such as international business or global marketing and/or who expect to work for businesses, which are active internationally. Class discussions and projects are designed to help students explore these topics in greater depth. A series of small group assignments and presentations will further help students apply what is being learned via problem-based learning. This is an interactive class. Therefore, a portion of the grade each student achieves will be based on class attendance and participation. Students are also expected to pay attention to examples of the issues discussed in class that they encounter during the semester in prim broadcast, and online communications. Along with material from lectures and the text, issues discussed in class will be included in the exam.

MKTG 301 – Prin of Mktg (3)
Principles of Marketing covers terminology and important concepts related to marketing in the business environment. Domestic and international environments that impact marketing are included, with particular emphasis on the marketing environment, segmentation, positioning and targeting. MKTG 301 course objectives include providing an overview and introduction to marketing; demonstrating the relationship of marketing to other functions and processes in a business organization on an integrated basis; providing real world examples of challenges and issues related to marketing; and explaining and discussing important concepts and analytical tools in marketing. Major themes embedded in the foundation of MKTG 301 include domestic and global economic factors influencing current marketing environments; how consumer, business and organizational customers are segmented and targeted; how marketing research and information systems are used to create and guide marketing strategies; how products are developed to serve customers, businesses and organizations; how service products are developed and managed to meet customer needs; how customers are reached through various conventional and technological channels and how these sales management processes are managed; how people in the United States and other nations are influenced by marketing in the non-profit sector; how products and services are marketed to other businesses and organizational customers; how marketing communications programs, which include advertising, publicity, sales promotion and web sites, are designed to reach domestic and international customers; how pricing strategies support corporate objectives in various economic climates; and how marketing programs adapt to shifts towards global markets. Students may earn credit towards graduation for only one of the following; BA 303, MKTG 301, MKTG 301H, or MKTG 301W.

MKTG 422 – Advertising and Sales Promotion Management (3)
Perspectives and models of the key decisions involved in managing advertising and sales promotion campaigns.