Leading female marketing powerhouses will share their knowledge and pathways to the C-Suite on Tuesday, March 3rd, during Women’s History Month. The event will kick off with networking followed by a panel featuring marketing leadership from the non-profit, higher education, and technology sectors.
Author of the Goldfish Series, Stan Phelps debuts his new book, “Diamond Goldfish,” and walks us through an in-depth approach to understanding how human biology, the impact of pressure and behavioral styles can give your business a competitive edge in the marketplace to drive sales.
Air Force major and public affairs instructor, Katie Cousins shares the Sight Model, a reverse engineer concept to evaluate the impact of marketing and communications campaigns.
Jessica Lewis of the Marketing and Communications committee has been named the Featured Volunteer of Winter 2020. Learn more about Jessica, her role in AMA Baltimore, and more.
Join your fellow marketing pros at our upcoming #AMAMingle: Fire Up Your February with Warschawski. This casual networking opportunity is a great chance for you to connect with other local professionals, meet new people, and enjoy some delicious food and drinks.
AMA Baltimore is accepting applications for the 2020 Eileen Gwin Undergraduate Marketing Scholarship through March 27th, 2020.
Budget is a top challenge for non-profit marketers. Shawn Herne, Executive Director at The Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum, shares a few tips about budget, ROI, and more.
Content marketing has evolved over the past decade. During a thought provoking panel discussion at our January 28th AMA in the PM event, our three seasoned panelists will share their insights about content strategy, tracking metrics, and how to prove ROI.
Generation Z is on its way to becoming the largest generation in the US. We interviewed CEO and author, Sarah Weise to learn more about Gen Z, how they impact marketing, and more.