Want to take part in an incredible, absolutely FREE learning opportunity on marketing, research, and the future?
Then join us Wednesday, June 23, 2010 at 9 a.m. CDT for the second virtual event from the American Marketing Association, "Unveiling Marketing Research's Future Online."
The initial AMA virtual event earlier this year featured outstanding content, time to learn about an incredible array of marketing services companies, and opportunities to network with both speakers and thousands of other marketing professionals.
Without leaving your office!
All for F - R - E - E!
That's why the first event earned rave reviews, and Wednesday's event will be sure to receive the same! While the connecting theme for the event is market research, the learning opportunities extend to other marketing and strategy disciplines as well. The speakers include both top-rated speakers from the 2009 AMA Marketing Research Conference I chaired and new presenters as well.
The incredible speaking lineup includes:
- Sheryl Connelly, Manager of Global Trends and Futuring, Ford Motor Company - "Expect the Unexpected"
- Kathy Sheehan, SVP, General Manager, GfK Roper Consulting - "Understand the New Consumer"
- Kelley Styring, Principal, Insight Farm and Author - "In Your Car - Road Trip through the American Automobile - A Catalyst for Innovation"
- Sally Hogshead, Author, Radical Careering and Fascinate - "How Do You Fascinate?"
To reserve your spot right now, register at the AMA website. While you don't have to be an AMA member to participate in the virtual event, AMA members will have even more special networking opportunities available to them.
And while you're on the AMA website, check out the schedule and speakers for the in-person AMA Marketing Research Conference "Unfiltered Perspectives. Unexpected Opportunities." This incredible event will take place September 26-29, 2010 in Atlanta.
Be there Wednesday, June 23 and track all the activity for both the virtual and in-person events on Twitter by following @amamrc and by monitoring and tweeting with the #amamrc hashtag. - Mike Brown