Author: Amy Mersch
How are marketing and sales professionals approaching CX in their organizations? How do you map your own customer experience journey? What part does company culture play in delivering experiences? AMA Cincinnati’s new CX and Sales Enablement Community explores these questions and more.

The 2018-19 AMA Cincinnati board of directors is busy, busy, busy planning a great year of programming, professional development and networking for our community of Greater Cincinnati marketers. You could call it “burrowing” … and we are getting ready to take flight.

In our AMA (American Marketing Association) version of an #AMA (Ask Me Anything), we talked with Cincinnati Marketing Legend Dave Knox about the road less traveled, his influences along the way, and today’s marketing paradoxes.

Author: Linda Antus, President & CEO, Cincinnati USA Regional Tourism Network
Excerpts from Linda Antus’ acceptance speech after being awarded as part of the inaugural class of Cincinnati Marketing Legends. From AMA Cincinnati’s Pinnacle Awards ceremony on June 8, 2017.

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We revealed the winners across all categories at our 2017 Pinnacle Awards ceremony. Check them out here!

Author: AMA Cincinnati
View the work that was recognized at our 2017 Pinnacle Awards from finalists across all categories.

Author: AMA Cincinnati
AMA Cincinnati reveals its inaugural class of Cincinnati Marketing Legends – see who’s in!

Author: Alejandra Bustacara
When Alejandra relocated to the United States from Colombia, the nuances in how brands marketed themselves were one of the many things she came to enjoy discovering in her new American lifestyle.

Author: Travis Nipper
AMA Cincinnati President-Elect Travis Nipper had a chance to chat with Ken Lewis, Owner of New Riff Distillery, and Colleen Thomas, Bourbon Ambassador with the Kentucky Distillers’ Association about Kentucky, the bourbon industry, and marketing before November’s Signature Speaker Series.

By: Suzanne Buzek
Lots can go wrong when planning a marketing campaign, but many mistakes are avoidable. Working smart with your team can help you avoid these eight pitfalls.

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