Seattle, WA – The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) Seattle Chapter will present kick off the Fellows Forum – Straight Talk with Our Fellows from 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM PST on December 8, 2016 at Lease Crutcher Lewis in Seattle.
The SMPS Fellows represent many years of involvement and vast knowledge of our industry making this event a unique learning opportunity. Our ‘interviewers’ will engage in open discussions about how the Fellows rose to the top of their professions, their expectations of themselves, their career advice for professional growth, and what firms need to do to leverage their marketing resources.
This year’s Fellows Forum also doubles as our end-of-year holiday event. Lease Crutcher Lewis’ new office will accommodate a larger group for more networking, festive food and libations, and holiday cheer!
Fellows Forum attendees are eligible to apply for the Fellows Scholarship in the spring—a fully paid registration to Build Business in Indianapolis in July.
Introducing our speakers:
Bill Strong FSMPS | Owner, Bill Strong Consulting
Carla Thompson FSMPS | Chief Marketing Officer, NAC Architecture
Karleen Belmont FSMPS | Director Business Development, PACE Engineers
Ted Sive FSMPS | Principal, Ted Sive Consulting
Victoria Cooper FSMPS | President, Cooper Architects
Chris Imbeau | CPSM | Marketing Manager, Rafn Company
Kathryn Bost | CPSM | Marketing Manager, Sazan Group
Melissa Philpott | Business Development & Marketing Manager, COWI North America
Melanie Cochrun | CPSM | Marketing Manager, GLY Construction
Erin Hatch | Marketing Manager, Weber Thompson
Tickets for the event are $30.00 for SMPS Members, $40.00 for SMPS Member Firms, and $45.00 for Non-Members.
To find out more about the event or to register, visit the event website: http://bit.ly/2fAiIPI
SMPS is a national association that promotes marketing and management success in professional service firms. The Seattle Chapter of SMPS is one of the oldest chapters in the United States. It is comprised of approximately 250 members who work in or support the local A/E/C industry. For more information on SMPS, visit www.SMPSseattle.org