Faculty Associate | International Business|Marketing
4118 Grainger Hall
(608) 263-2160

Biography

Mr. Tuli teaches courses in international business and global marketing, including Introduction to International Business and Global Marketing Strategy. He has developed, taught and led international business seminars to China, India, Thailand, United Arab Emirates and Vietnam for graduate and undergraduate students, as well as for other faculty. Mr. Tuli serves on the University International Travel Committee and is affiliated with the Center for South Asia.

From 2007-2012, he served as director of International Programs, working to expand study abroad and exchange offerings for the School and advising faculty, staff and students on effective management of short-term international academic programs. From 2002-2006, he served as assistant director of the UW-Madison Center of International Business Education and Research (CIBER).

Previously, he worked as a business analyst responsible for churn management, pricing and new products at Verizon Wireless, and as a marketing associate at the Consulate General of India in Chicago.

Mr. Tuli has traveled extensively throughout Europe, Central America and Asia, and spent a summer abroad as an undergraduate in Grenoble, France. Mr. Tuli holds a BBA in Marketing and an MS in Higher Education Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Research

Presentations

India Trade Mission Briefing (2014) Business and Cultural Considerations for India

Governor's Trade Mission to India Briefing (2012) India's Economic Rise

Summer Institute for International Education (2011) Internationalizing the Undergraduate Business Curriculum

Summer Institute for International Education (2011) India: Current Business Perspective

(2011) India: Steps for Business Success

Legal Aspects of Doing Business in India (2010)

Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

Contemporary Topics (INT 365), Fall 2015.
A course for the exploration of subject areas possibly to be introduced into the business curriculum.

Contemporary Topics (INT 365), Fall 2014.
A course for the exploration of subject areas possibly to be introduced into the business curriculum.

Contemporary Topics (INT 365), Spring 2015.
A course for the exploration of subject areas possibly to be introduced into the business curriculum.

International Business (INT 200), Summer 2015.
A survey of the interrelationships of world business operations; an introduction to current conceptual perspectives; cultural,educational,political and economic constraints,the international financial and trade frameworks,and the problems and challeng

INT (INT 200), Fall 2015.
A survey of the interrelationships of world business operations; an introduction to current conceptual perspectives; cultural,educational,political and economic constraints,the international financial and trade frameworks,and the problems and challeng

INT (INT 200), Fall 2015.
A survey of the interrelationships of world business operations; an introduction to current conceptual perspectives; cultural,educational,political and economic constraints,the international financial and trade frameworks,and the problems and challeng

International Business (INT 200), Spring 2015.
A survey of the interrelationships of world business operations; an introduction to current conceptual perspectives; cultural, educational, political and economic constraints, the international financial and trade frameworks, and the problems and challeng

INT (INT 200), Fall 2014.
A survey of the interrelationships of world business operations; an introduction to current conceptual perspectives; cultural,educational,political and economic constraints,the international financial and trade frameworks,and the problems and challeng

INT (INT 200), Fall 2014.
A survey of the interrelationships of world business operations; an introduction to current conceptual perspectives; cultural,educational,political and economic constraints,the international financial and trade frameworks,and the problems and challeng

International Business (INT 200), Fall 2007.

International Business (INT 200), Fall 2007.

International Business (INT 200), Fall 2008.

International Business (INT 200), Fall 2008.

International Business (INT 200), Fall 2009.

International Business (INT 200), Fall 2009.

International Business (INT 200), Fall 2010.

International Business (INT 200), Fall 2010.

International Business (INT 200), Spring 2007.

International Business (INT 200), Spring 2008.

International Business (INT 200), Spring 2009.

International Business (INT 200), Spring 2010.

International Business (INT 200), Spring 2011.
A survey of the interrelationships of world business operations; an introduction to current conceptual perspectives; cultural, educational, political and economic constraints, the international financial and trade frameworks, and the problems.

International Business (INT 200), Fall 2011.

International Business (INTL 200), Fall 2007.
A survey of the interrelationships of world business operations; an introduction to current conceptual perspectives; cultural, educational, political and economic constraints, the international financial and trade frameworks, and the problems and challenges facing the multinational corporation.

International Business (INTL 200), Fall 2007.
A survey of the interrelationships of world business operations; an introduction to current conceptual perspectives; cultural, educational, political and economic constraints, the international financial and trade frameworks, and the problems and challenges facing the multinational corporation.

International Business (INTL 200), Spring 2007.
A survey of the interrelationships of world business operations; an introduction to current conceptual perspectives; cultural, educational, political and economic constraints, the international financial and trade frameworks, and the problems and challenges facing the multinational corporation.

International Business (INTL 200), Fall 2006.
A survey of the interrelationships of world business operations; an introduction to current conceptual perspectives; cultural, educational, political and economic constraints, the international financial and trade frameworks, and the problems and challenges facing the multinational corporation.

International Business (INTL 200), Fall 2006.
A survey of the interrelationships of world business operations; an introduction to current conceptual perspectives; cultural, educational, political and economic constraints, the international financial and trade frameworks, and the problems and challenges facing the multinational corporation.

Graduate Courses

Strategy/China Prep (BUS 999), Spring 2008.

Unknown (INT 765), Spring 2010.

Hybrid Courses

Global MKT Strategy (MKT/INT 420/420), Fall 2014.
Structure of foreign trading; commercial facilities available to exporters and importers; application of economic analysis in MKT decisions; contemporary trends in international economy affecting foreign trade policies and practices.

Global Marketing Strategy (MKT/INT 420/420), Spring 2015.
Structure of foreign trading; commercial facilities available to exporters and importers; application of economic analysis in marketing decisions; contemporary trends in international economy affecting foreign trade policies and practices.

Global MKT Strategy (MKT/INT 420/420), Fall 2015.
Structure of foreign trading; commercial facilities available to exporters and importers; application of economic analysis in MKT decisions; contemporary trends in international economy affecting foreign trade policies and practices.

Contemporary Topics (INT/INT 365/765), Fall 2008.