Marketing & Communications Seminar

As associations, we’re aware of the challenges of members wanting more and expecting to pay less. Budgets are strained; staff is limited and the expectations for marketing only increases. At MSAE’s Marketing and Communication Seminar, we address these realities and seek to provide innovative and practical solutions for your association or business.

Knowing that marketing and communications impacts the entire organization, MSAE identified subject matter experts with proven expertise in social media, boosting attendance, strengthening relationships between marketing and finance and digital writing and editing. Through this comprehensive seminar, MSAE would like you to recognize a return on investment not only in marketing and communications, but in membership, meeting planning and interpersonal relationships at your association.

Attend and you will:

Assess and evaluate the best social medium to use for your organization.
Discover innovative ways to market with limited resources.
Enhance the relationship between marketing and finance.
Obtain tips and tools for effective digital writing and editing. 

Who Should Attend?

Chief Staff Executives, CEOs, Presidents, Executive Directors
Deputy Directors, COOs
• CFO’s, Finance Directors and their team
Marketing/Communication/PR Directors, Managers and their team
Membership Directors, Managers and their team
• Meeting planners/learning professionals and their team
Suppliers who support meeting planners/learning professionals 


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