marketCHARLOTTE 2013 | Marketing in a Post-Recession Environment
Join the Queen City's marketing community on Wednesday, April 17th at the Mint Museum Uptown.
Mark your calendars! marketCHARLOTTE, an evolution of the annual Marketing Forecast, is back for its second year. This event brings together 200+ marketers, advertisers, designers, communication professionals, etc. for an evening of thought-provoking discussion and networking.
The theme for 2013 is "Doing More with Less". We've been in a post-recession mode since 2009, and some economists debate whether real recovery has begun. Either way, companies are tasked with doing more with less. So what is the plan for growth? Leading companies, doing business in Charlotte, will share their strategies.
Come out to hear and interact with the city's smartest thought leaders in marketing. We're pleased to announce that marketCHARLOTTE will once again be moderated by Nathan Richie of NR Creative and co-host of The Marketing Squad podcast. Audience members can expect to walk away inspired with proven strategies to consider applying to their own organization's growth.
Reserve your seats today as they will become limited!
Register now at Eventbrite and tickets will cost $39 for students, $49 for participating association members, and $59 for non-members. Price includes admission to the event, heavy hors d'oeuvres, free drink ticket at the cash bar, and extensive networking.
The purpose of AAF Charlotte is to provide and promote a better understanding of the functions of advertising and of its values within the Carolinas. Our primary ambition is to promote good fellowship and a free exchange of ideas among our members.
AIGAAt AIGA Charlotte, we want to build a more dynamic and creative community where area designers can participate, network, and grow. To make that happen, we're dedicated to providing education and inspiration to the creative arts community by offering a diverse schedule of programs, events, and initiatives. Founded in 2000, we're an affiliate of AIGA, the oldest and largest membership association for professionals engaged in the discipline, practice, and culture of designing. Nationally, AIGA now represents 22,000 designers through 64 national affiliates and 240 student groups.
CAMAThe Charlotte American Marketing Association (CAMA) Chapter is a vital component of the national AMA organization, a 50-year-old association that serves the needs of the marketing and communications industries. As a result, CAMA helps advance the knowledge, skills and careers of marketing and communications professionals across the region. With a team of more than 40 volunteers, dedicated to continuing the Chapter’s forward momentum, CAMA successfully builds an environment where marketers may connect, and success is created.
IABCThe International Association of Business Communicators / Charlotte is an organization of professionals from across the communications industry spectrum. We are partners in an international association of more than 13, 000 communicators in 60 countries. Our mission is to provide professional development and opportunities for our members to enhance their skills and increase their success via a variety of programs, events, seminars, networking opportunities and conferences.
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