Pat Frew talks with Marketing News about how the AMA Cincinnati chapter helps members and nonmembers create the networks needed to shift them into a new job.
The Cincinnati chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA Cincinnati) is proud to announce that it has earned a silver designation in the national AMA organization’s annual Chapter Excellence Awards (CEA) program, as well as its second consecutive platinum designation for continuing excellence.
We are proud to announce the launch of the Trailblazer Series. You may have attended our “Signature Speaker Series” in the past. The Trailblazer Series is the newest iteration of that program -- but with a laser-focus on leadership and innovation.
Past AMA Cincinnati Board President and current VP Programming - Executive Marketer Dennis Devlin shares the inside scoop on the American Marketing Association's Executive Marketer Community
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Author: Amy Mersch Cincinnati's marketers do amazing things day after day, week after week. That's why we're so excited to recognize excellence in marketing at AMA Cincinnati's 2018 Pinnacle Awards. If you can see yourself among Cincinnati's marketing stars, learn how to prepare your submission to the Pinnacle Awards.
Take it from a group of people who have “been there,” these are the things you need to watch out for when you’re planning a conference or a multi-speaker event.
Author: Pat Frew
If the road to good intentions takes you somewhere you don’t want to go in your career search, Julie Bauke of the Bauke Group says there’s a way to fix that.