January 2011 marketing events and get-togethers in DC area
Posted by Mary Fletcher Jones
Did you resolve to market smart in 2011? Me, too! I plan to attend a number of marketing events in 2011. Join me and learn new techniques and approaches, and find inspiration. (The events in green are Fletcher Prince-sponsored events).
Check back each month for new event announcements, and send your event information to email@example.com
Need a once-over of your marketing plan? Need some quick advice as you get started with social media? If you are a Fletcher Prince Facebook Fan, you can join me for lunch to discuss your year’s marketing plan at Tuesday, January 11. Click here for details.
Interested in audio or video podcasting? The DC Podcaster Alliance is having their kick-off meeting for 2011 on Saturday, January 15 at 2:00 p.m. This is a free group that meets almost monthly in Falls Church; friendly bunch of folks.
Got the night off on Wednesday, January 19? Join Ad 2 DC and the DC Ad Club at CDIA-BU for a presentation on tips and tricks for being the best creative professional you can be. Down the hall, you’ll find the folks from TIVA-DC talking about what it takes to win a video competition.
Then sign up to have lunch with Washington Women in Public Relations on January 20 to hear Shashi Bellamkonda speak on social media. I would love to have you sit with me at lunch!
Wednesday, January 26 is the first “Watercooler Wednesday” sponsored by Ad2DC and the DC Ad Club. The networking event (geared toward younger advertising professionals, but all ages welcome) is free and is held each month at a different location.
The same night, the Social Media Club (DC chapter) is having a free event in Arlington about how social media and technology is used in the entertainment industry. Starts at 6 p.m.
Have a drink with some amazing creative professionals in advertising who are traveling here to judge the DC ADDYs on Friday, January 28. More details forthcoming from the DC Ad Club.
About Mary Fletcher JonesMary Fletcher Jones is a mom, teacher, and blogger. She is also the creator of "Living Well With Autism," an online resource for caregivers of children, teens, and adults with autism and related special needs.
Posted on January 10, 2011, in DC Ad Club, Events and Workshops, PRSA-NCC, WWPR and tagged ADDY Awards, National Press Club, public relations, Shashi Bellamkonda, social media. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.