Cranford, New Jersey, United States
With more than 1,000 articles published, Ron Margulis is an accredited journalist.
His writings on the food, retail, information technology and transportation
industries have appeared in Canadian Business, Chicago Tribune, Cigar,
Computerworld, Convenience Store News, Executive Technology, FT.com, Food
Arts, ID, Sales & Marketing, Supermarket News, Washington Times and several
other newspapers and magazines. As an editor and reporter, he has interviewed
more than 50 CEOs of leading global companies and dozens of government
officials including four US Cabinet Secretaries, the Governor of the Bank of
England and the Treasurer of Australia. He has won numerous awards for his
writing, has written more than one dozen industry reports/white papers and is
contributing editor of three professional reference books. Harvard Business School
Press published Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment, to which
he contributed two chapters, in June 2002.
Prior to starting RAM Communications in 1994, Ron worked as editor for
Distribution Channels and Shipping Digest. He started his journalism career at
Forbes, where he was a reporter and assistant editor covering the food, tobacco,
retail and transportation industries.
Ron has been quoted in several leading newspapers and magazines, including
The Wall Street Journal, Associated Press, Philadelphia Inquirer and Smart
Money, on topics ranging from the retail industry to crisis communications, and
was featured on a Bloomberg Radio segment. He has spoken at numerous
business and academic conferences, and is a member of the Society of
Ron graduated with honors from George Washington University, earned his
Masterís in economics from New York University and studied journalism at
University of London. The son and grandson of supermarket operators, he also
completed a management training internship and meat cutterís apprenticeship at
Wakefern Food Corp. (Shop-Rite Supermarkets).
Interests: Food, wine, cigars, travel, technology, trade
Published writer: Yes