Digital Marketing & Analytics Link + Think Date / Location: Meets the fourth Thursday of every month from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Method Savvy, located at 404 Hunt Street, Suite 500 in Durham, NC.
Date / Location: Typically meets the first Monday of every month from 12 PM to 1:30 PM at The Frontier (Fusion Room), located at 800 Park Offices Drive in RTP, NC. As our way of giving back to the Triangle Marketing Community, there is no fee to attend these sessions.
The High Five Conference offers marketers and creatives a unique opportunity to gain insight from one another, collaborating to drive innovation for their teams. Join us March 4-5 in Raleigh for our sixth year of High Five. This year will be our best lineup yet!
Join other Triangle AMA members for a monthly Link + Think, discussing aspects of building and maintaining a great brand, from brand strategy and how corporate culture impacts branding, to building brand equity, implementing branding standards and more.
Join us March 12, 2019 for a free member networking event. Don't miss out on your chance to network with fellow marketers -- the first drink is on us!
How do you communicate about events to a large and varied audience? We’ll hear from some higher ed event experts on their wins, fails, tips and tricks. Bring your own to share as well! Date / Location: This month’s Higher Education Link + Think will meet in the Jeter Room in the Butler Communications Building, located at 3210 Faucette Dr., Raleigh NC 27695
Date / Location: Meets the third Wednesday of every month from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM at a NEW location, the Nest Raleigh at 414 Fayetteville St. Raleigh, NC 27601. Details on parking: The Nest Raleigh building is located in downtown Raleigh, right between Sir Walter Apartments and the Sheraton. Ideal parking is along the street on Fayetteville Street, but if none is available, the best bet is to park in the Performing Arts deck on Lenoir Street.
Join speaker Mig Reyes, Director of Product Design at Sprout Social, for a lively presentation where you will learn how to break things, make ugly things, and spend less time on things, all leading to engaged customers, productive teams, and lively culture.