March is buzzing with great Portland Marketing events centered around social medial marketing, internet marketing and traditional media. Here’s our top Portland picks for this month:
|SearchFest -Tuesday March 10|
|PAF Town Hall with Mayor Sam Adams– Tuesday March 10th, 5:30pm|
|PRSA Chapter Meeting – Social Media and Web 2.0 for Non-Profits Wednesday March 18th, 11:45am|
|Cre8Camp Portland 3 – Saturday March 7, 9:30am|
|AMA’s March Luncheon – Tuesday March 10, 11:30am|
|SchmoozePDX Networking Event – Tuesday March 10, 5:30pm|
|Lunch 2.0 – Wednesday March 11, 12:00pm|
|PDXMindShare Networking Event – Wednesday March 18, 5:30pm|
|SAO’s “Technology Innovator” – Wednesday March 18, 7:30am|
|Social Media Club PDX Presents Kelly Feller – Tuesday March 24, 6pm|
Described as ” the premier Search Engine Marketing conference in the Pacific Northwest,” this year’s event features Danny Sullivan as the keynote speaker. Conference sessions include topics like Blogging, Social Media, Online Reputation Management and Analytics. A detailed schedule of all sessions can be found at http://www.sempdx.org/Events/SearchFest-09/searchfest-09-agenda/.
2) PAF Town Hall with Mayor Sam Adams– Tuesday March 10th, 5:30pm-6:30pm
Wieden & Kennedy Atrium, 224 NW 13th Avenue Portland
Join PAF for a Town Hall style meeting with Portland’s mayor. Throughout his campaign and as a member of Portland’s City Council, Mayor Adams has been a huge advocate for the creative service industry. Find out what his plans are and give him an idea of what you think! This is an exciting opportunity to have a voice and play a part in the direction of Portland’s creative industry. Tickets are $10 for PAF Members, $25 for Non-Members.
3) PRSA Chapter Meeting– Social Media and Web 2.0 for Non-Profits- Wednesday March 18th, 11:45am-1:00pm
Governor Hotel, 614 SW 11th Avenue Portland
PRSA-Portland Metro Chapter is hosting a luncheon and panel discussion on social media and Web 2.0 for non-profits. Learn how social media and Web 2.0 tactics can be integrated into a communications strategy. Panelists include Lise Harwin, communications director of the American Red Cross Oregon Trail Chapter; Andy Van Oostrum of ISITE Design, and Stephanie Stricklen of KGW. Tickets cost $25.00 for Chapter Members/Students/Unemployed Non-Members, $40 for Non-Members. Online registration deadline is March 12th.
Defined as an unconference for creative industry professionals, Cre8Camp is an ad-hoc gathering for participants to learn, network and share in an open environment with discussions, demos and interaction all led by the attendees. Cre8Camp is a nonprofit event affiliated with Cre8Con. Registration is $10 before March 1st, $20 after.
Dave Dahl, owner of Dave’s Killer Bread, talks about how he turned a pipe dream into a bread empire. Registration before March 6th is $30 for Members, $40 for Non-Members, after March 6th is $35 for Members and $55 for Non-Members, Students $20.
Harlo Media’s Schmooze networking event is listed as “a welcoming business environment where you can meet other local professionals, pass cards and hang at some of Portland’s premier locations.”
Free lunch and sharing of ideas with local Web 2.0 enthusiasts. Free!
An intimate networking event for industry professionals and business owners. Bring your business cards! Free event.
Come hear three perspectives of the new CIO, the Chief Innovation Officer. Learn about innovations that break traditional information system strongholds, that show innovation in the application development lifestyle and innovative collaboration tools. Registration is $25 for Members, $45 for Non-Members.
10) Social Media Club Portland Presents Kelly Feller – Tuesday March 24th, 6pm
WebTrends, 851 SW 6th Avenue # 600 Portland
Social Media Club will be having it’s monthly meeting on Monday March 23rd. Intel’s Kelly Feller will be presenting a discussion on finding jobs in the social media industry.
Category: Portland Marketing Events