Marketing professionals group SMPS Foundation to present White Paper Webinars Series starting February 5, 2009

January 17, 2009 |


SMPS - the Society for Marketing Professional Services - will present a series of four Webinars based on the result of research commissioned by the SMPS Foundation and presented as White Papers at Build Business: Innovate to Elevate, the 2008 SMPS National Conference, in Denver, CO.

Webinar Dates and Topics:

February 5: Resetting the Horizon Line: The Ultimate Career Step for Marketing Professionals

Joan Capelin, FSMPS, Hon. AIA, Fellow PRSA, President, Capelin Communications, Inc.

March 5: The Talent War: Attracting and Retaining Generation Y Leaders in Professional Services Firms

Michael J. Holleran II, PCM, CPSM, Director of Marketing, SEM Architects

April 2: Growing Your Business Using the Untapped Power of Word-of-Mouth Marketing

Julie Olson, FSMPS, and Renee Godwin, Partners, Godwin Olson, LLC

May 7: Qualifications That Break Away from the Pack: Essentials of Differentiation

Ann C. Taylor, Executive Director, ULI Houston and J. Douglas Parker, CPSM, Director of Operations/Marketing Strategist, Origin

If you missed the 2008 conference, this Webinar series is your chance to hear the exciting research findings from the authors themselves. If you attended the presentations in Denver, this is your chance to get a full 90-minute interpretation of the findings.

Webinars are open to your whole staff. Your team can participate from one location in your office for one fee. Register today and benefit from affordable, convenient, actionable learning and earn valuable 1.5 SMPS CPSM CEU credits and AIA LU hours per program! Visit the SMPS Web site for more information.

Save 10% when you sign up for 2 or more Foundation Webinars!


Society for Marketing Professional Services

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