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NAMA Online Marketing Special Interest Group NAMA Online Marketing Special Interest Group

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

Panel includes:

  • 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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