By Phil Gibbs on December 20, 2010
Prep your career for the new economy with some help from our Online Marketing SIG.New roles are evolving that are a hybrid of marketing and technology, and more than ever even classic marketing roles often demand a greater degree of technical savvy.
We’ve pulled together a panel of bright, fun, accomplished local all-stars who blur the lines between marketing and technology to talk about emerging needs for cross-disciplinary communication, new opportunities in the job market and more. It’s going to be a lively discussion with plenty of great insights… and probably quite a bit of humor, too.
Come network, share and learn Wednesday, January 12th, during our no-cost discussion at E|SPACES, 4322 Harding Pike #417 — the same building as Publix in Belle Meade. (Parking is in the garage under the building as well as in front.)
6:00 – 6:30 registration and networking
6:30 – 6:45 announcements
6:45 – 7:30 panel discussion and Q&A
- Ben Bredesen, VP of Marketing for Qualifacts, a provider of electronic health record and management systems for behaviorial health and human service providers.
- Erick Goss, Co-Managing Partner of Creative Trust Media. The company develops media for artists and producers such as Steven Curtis Chapman, Third Day and veteran producer Brown Bannister.
- Michael McCamish, Director of Websites at Gaylord Entertainment Co. The leading hotel and entertainment company operates Gaylord Hotels and entertainment venues such as the Grand Ole Opry.
- Kissy Black, Owner/PR professional of Lotos Nile Marketing, provider of full-service PR and marketing services with music industry client experience.
- Dave Delaney, Social Media Coordinator at Griffin Technology. Delaney creates social media and event marketing at Griffin Technology along with serving as a community enthusiast for all things involving social media.
Justin Davis of Madera Labs, a user experience company that helps deliver killer websites, kiosks, mobile apps and touchscreens devices, will moderate what should be an thought-provoking discussion.
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