Portland Marketing Events: TMMPDX’s Top Marketing Events June 2014

| June 4, 2014

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June offers some great local conferences and networking opportunities for you to attend. See leading local marketers strut their skills at the MAX Awards, learn about the latest tech innovations in the beer and wine industry at Full Sail Brewery in Hood River via Exploring Tech Innovation in Wine+ Beer Production and get your Startup Weekend Access starting June 20th. Don’t forget to join us the last Tuesday of June for a special edition of  #tmmHappyHour TMMPDX.COM Tuesday Happy Hour sponsored by RebelMouse.

 

 

 

 

Here are TMMPDX.COM’s picks for the top Portland Marketing Events in June

1) Welldiggers Professional Networking – Thursday, June 5th 2014 8:00 am at The Buffalo Gap: 6835 SW Macadam Portland, Oregon 97219. Register: $5  per person room fee, includes coffee, tea, and muffins

Topic of our Presentation — “Baby Boomers: Re-Invented Youth, Middle Age, and Today.”

2) MAX Awards – Wednesday, June 11th  2014, 6 pm at the OMSI: 1945 SE Water Ave Portland, OR 97214. Register: $275-$500.

We are a proud bunch. Proud of the work we create, proud of who we collaborate with, proud of our clients and companies. The MAX Awards exists to showcase all of the hard work, sweat, tears and blood that go into crafting campaigns that we can all be proud to own. So come on out on June 11th, enjoy a cocktail or two and get ready for an evening with your marketing community that we promise will be lively, spirited and filled with campaigns that incite “ooos and ahhhs.” Who knows, our special guest MAX the Sasquatch may even make an appearance.

3) pdxMindShare Career-Focused Workshop & Networking Event with Kent Lewis – Wednesday, June 18th from 4:30 pm for the workshop & 5:30 pm for the networking event at Trader Vic’s: 1203 NW Glisan Street Portland, OR 97209. Register: FREE!

Career-Focused Workshop Description: Building your personal brand through social media

Join Kent Lewis, Anvil Media president and founder of pdxMindShare, for our monthly career-focused workshop. Learn how to use Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+ and more to give you a top notch online presence. He will outline strategies to boost your visibility and credibility through the social media profile creation and optimization, as well as content and networking strategies.

4) #tmmHappyHour TMMPDX.COM Tuesday Happy Hour Sponsored by RebelMouse – Tuesday, June 24th 2014 at 5:00 pm at The Nines Lobby Lounge: 525 SW Morrison St. Portland, OR 97204. Register: FREE

Join TMMPDX.COM and RebelMouse for drinks, networking and a celebration of the digital marketing community.

This month RebelMouse, the first all-in-one publishing, advertising and social conversation platform, will be joining us to discuss their platform. Be sure to come out and thank them for their generous support of TMMPDX.

We meet monthly, the final TMM Tuesday of every month, in the lobby of The Nines hotel in downtown Portland. Feel free to share this event with anyone who may be interested in learning more about Thoroughly Modern Marketing!

5) PART I: How SOCIAL is your Service – Wednesday, June 18 2014 from 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm at The Multnomah Athletic Club: 1849 SW Salmon St, Portland, OR 97205. Register: $35 Members, $55 Nonmembers

Please join us for a two-part series of events on June 18th and August 5th as we explore the growing trend of using social media in a service setting. “How SOCIAL is Your Service”will cover in Part I, “The Risks and Rewards,”and in — Part II, “Best Practices to Adopt and Worst Practices to Avoid.”

Part I: How SOCIAL is Your Service
Risks and rewards of using social medial as a service medium

There’s a lot of buzz around using social media to add a value to your service strategy, but it is not risk free. Did you know that in some cases “connecting” with a client on a social media site can destroy the confidential nature of your customer base? Are your web-based customer contacts trade secrets? How much risk are you willing to take as an organization? Are you even aware of the risks? What are the rewards?

We have a panel of experts presenting information on the use of social media specific to services in a unique way and invite you to participate in this event.

6) INSTRUMENT SPEAKS: I WISH I WOULD’VE ASKED THAT – Thursday, June 19th 2014 7:00 pm at Instrument: 419 NE 10th Avenue Portland, OR 97232. Register: $5

I Wish I Would’ve Asked That is inspired by those final 15 minutes of every conference talk that ever was — so many questions, so little time.

We’re flipping the model. I Wish I Would’ve Asked That is an evening dedicated to your questions and the issues you care about — from creativity to business to Instrument, our industry and more. No softballs. No show-offs. No guy in the back you can’t hear. Just real talk about the things you want to know.

7) Exploring Tech Innovation in Wine+ Beer Production – Tuesday, June 24th from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm at Full Sail Tasting Room: 506 Columbia St, Hood River, OR 97031. Register: Free TAO/GTA Members $10.00 Non TAO Member

Join executives from regional breweries and wineries as well as technology companies for a panel discussion exploring ways the region’s technology industry is fueling growth and innovation in Oregon’s beer and wine industries. We will conclude with a discussion on opportunities for future collaboration between these industries. Before the panel discussion we hope you will join us for networking, appetizers, and beer on Full Sail Brew Pub’s expansive deck overlooking the Columbia River Gorge.

8) Startup Weekend Access – Friday, June 20th – Sunday, June 22nd 2014 at Portland Development Commission, 222 NW 5th Ave Portland, OR 97209. Register: $100

A crash course for those curious about entrepreneurship! You’re invited to attend Startup Weekend Access, a Startup Weekend focused on making entrepreneurship more accessible to everyone. Our mission is to create an environment where anyone can innovate together. We’re focusing on accessibility to provide better access for people with disabilities and fluid collaboration amongst every participant. An appropriate accessible environment with the necessary auxiliary aids support services will be provided!

Everyone is welcome, and we’d love you to join us!

What’s Startup Weekend? 

Startup Weekend’s a 54-hour event where aspiring entrepreneurs, developers, designers, marketers, product managers, and entrepreneurs of all abilities come together to share startup ideas, form teams, build products, and launch startups. Essentially, it’s a crash course in entrepreneurship that lets you experience what it’s really like to build and launch a startup.

Whether you have an idea for a new mobile app that will make your life easier or just want to learn more about entrepreneurship, we encourage you to attend.

Why? The statistics are clear, people with disabilities are not only less likely to be employed, but also less likely to pursue entrepreneurship. We hope that Startup Weekend Access will ignite your entrepreneurial spark!

9) AdaCamp Ally Skills track – Monday June 23 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at New Relic, 111 SW 5th Ave #2800 Portland, OR 97204.

Apply: This application is for applying for the Ally Skills track only. Public applications for AdaCamp Portland’s main track closed April 14, 2014. The AdaCamp Ally Skills track is a 3-hour workshop based on the Ada Initiative Allies Workshop that teaches simple, everyday ways to support women in their workplaces and communities. The workshop is a significant, concrete step towards cultivating supportive, aware colleagues. The Ally Skills track will be on Monday June 23 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM at the New Relic offices in downtown Portland, Oregon.

AdaCamp is the world’s only event focusing on women in open technology and culture, and is a project of the Ada Initiative, a non-profit supporting women in open technology and culture. Both are named after Countess Ada Lovelace, the first computer programmer. Attendance at AdaCamp is by invitation, with applications open to the public. Attendees will be selected based on experience in open tech/culture, experience or knowledge of feminism and advocacy, ability to collaborate with others, and any rare or notable experience or background that would add to AdaCamp.

10) LEAP Ahead eLearning Conference 2014 – Wednesday and Thursday, June 25-26, 2014 at Hotel Monaco: 506 SW Washington St Portland, OR 97204. Register: $590

Learn. Educate. Accelerate. Profit.
Discover how to use elearning to train employees and your channel, and propel your business with LEAP Ahead. The two-day conference includes more than two dozen sessions led by industry experts on content development and training program management.

Who should attend?

  • Training content designers and developers
  • Training program managers
  • LMS/training administrators

Why attend LEAP Ahead?

  • You are new to creating online training and need help getting started
  • You are experienced with content development and are ready to take it to the next level
  • You are a BlueVolt LMS or course administrator and want to learn more
  • You are tasked with developing a new training program for your organization
  • You need a good excuse to visit Portland Oregon in June

 

 

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June offers some great local conferences and networking opportunities for you to attend. See leading local marketers strut their skills at the MAX Awards, learn about the latest tech innovations in the beer and wine industry at Full Sail Brewery in Hood River via Exploring Tech Innovation in Wine+ Beer Production and get your Startup Weekend Access starting June 20th. Don’t forget to join us the last Tuesday of June for a special edition of  #tmmHappyHour TMMPDX.COM Tuesday Happy Hour sponsored by RebelMouse.

 

 

 

 

Here are TMMPDX.COM’s picks for the top Portland Marketing Events in June

1) Welldiggers Professional Networking – Thursday, June 5th 2014 8:00 am at The Buffalo Gap: 6835 SW Macadam Portland, Oregon 97219. Register: $5  per person room fee, includes coffee, tea, and muffins

Topic of our Presentation — “Baby Boomers: Re-Invented Youth, Middle Age, and Today.”

2) MAX Awards – Wednesday, June 11th  2014, 6 pm at the OMSI: 1945 SE Water Ave Portland, OR 97214. Register: $275-$500.

We are a proud bunch. Proud of the work we create, proud of who we collaborate with, proud of our clients and companies. The MAX Awards exists to showcase all of the hard work, sweat, tears and blood that go into crafting campaigns that we can all be proud to own. So come on out on June 11th, enjoy a cocktail or two and get ready for an evening with your marketing community that we promise will be lively, spirited and filled with campaigns that incite “ooos and ahhhs.” Who knows, our special guest MAX the Sasquatch may even make an appearance.

3) pdxMindShare Career-Focused Workshop & Networking Event with Kent Lewis – Wednesday, June 18th from 4:30 pm for the workshop & 5:30 pm for the networking event at Trader Vic’s: 1203 NW Glisan Street Portland, OR 97209. Register: FREE!

Career-Focused Workshop Description: Building your personal brand through social media

Join Kent Lewis, Anvil Media president and founder of pdxMindShare, for our monthly career-focused workshop. Learn how to use Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+ and more to give you a top notch online presence. He will outline strategies to boost your visibility and credibility through the social media profile creation and optimization, as well as content and networking strategies.

4) #tmmHappyHour TMMPDX.COM Tuesday Happy Hour Sponsored by RebelMouse – Tuesday, June 24th 2014 at 5:00 pm at The Nines Lobby Lounge: 525 SW Morrison St. Portland, OR 97204. Register: FREE

Join TMMPDX.COM and RebelMouse for drinks, networking and a celebration of the digital marketing community.

This month RebelMouse, the first all-in-one publishing, advertising and social conversation platform, will be joining us to discuss their platform. Be sure to come out and thank them for their generous support of TMMPDX.

We meet monthly, the final TMM Tuesday of every month, in the lobby of The Nines hotel in downtown Portland. Feel free to share this event with anyone who may be interested in learning more about Thoroughly Modern Marketing!

5) PART I: How SOCIAL is your Service – Wednesday, June 18 2014 from 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm at The Multnomah Athletic Club: 1849 SW Salmon St, Portland, OR 97205. Register: $35 Members, $55 Nonmembers

Please join us for a two-part series of events on June 18th and August 5th as we explore the growing trend of using social media in a service setting. “How SOCIAL is Your Service”will cover in Part I, “The Risks and Rewards,”and in — Part II, “Best Practices to Adopt and Worst Practices to Avoid.”

Part I: How SOCIAL is Your Service
Risks and rewards of using social medial as a service medium

There’s a lot of buzz around using social media to add a value to your service strategy, but it is not risk free. Did you know that in some cases “connecting” with a client on a social media site can destroy the confidential nature of your customer base? Are your web-based customer contacts trade secrets? How much risk are you willing to take as an organization? Are you even aware of the risks? What are the rewards?

We have a panel of experts presenting information on the use of social media specific to services in a unique way and invite you to participate in this event.

6) INSTRUMENT SPEAKS: I WISH I WOULD’VE ASKED THAT – Thursday, June 19th 2014 7:00 pm at Instrument: 419 NE 10th Avenue Portland, OR 97232. Register: $5

I Wish I Would’ve Asked That is inspired by those final 15 minutes of every conference talk that ever was — so many questions, so little time.

We’re flipping the model. I Wish I Would’ve Asked That is an evening dedicated to your questions and the issues you care about — from creativity to business to Instrument, our industry and more. No softballs. No show-offs. No guy in the back you can’t hear. Just real talk about the things you want to know.

7) Exploring Tech Innovation in Wine+ Beer Production – Tuesday, June 24th from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm at Full Sail Tasting Room: 506 Columbia St, Hood River, OR 97031. Register: Free TAO/GTA Members $10.00 Non TAO Member

Join executives from regional breweries and wineries as well as technology companies for a panel discussion exploring ways the region’s technology industry is fueling growth and innovation in Oregon’s beer and wine industries. We will conclude with a discussion on opportunities for future collaboration between these industries. Before the panel discussion we hope you will join us for networking, appetizers, and beer on Full Sail Brew Pub’s expansive deck overlooking the Columbia River Gorge.

8) Startup Weekend Access – Friday, June 20th – Sunday, June 22nd 2014 at Portland Development Commission, 222 NW 5th Ave Portland, OR 97209. Register: $100

A crash course for those curious about entrepreneurship! You’re invited to attend Startup Weekend Access, a Startup Weekend focused on making entrepreneurship more accessible to everyone. Our mission is to create an environment where anyone can innovate together. We’re focusing on accessibility to provide better access for people with disabilities and fluid collaboration amongst every participant. An appropriate accessible environment with the necessary auxiliary aids support services will be provided!

Everyone is welcome, and we’d love you to join us!

What’s Startup Weekend? 

Startup Weekend’s a 54-hour event where aspiring entrepreneurs, developers, designers, marketers, product managers, and entrepreneurs of all abilities come together to share startup ideas, form teams, build products, and launch startups. Essentially, it’s a crash course in entrepreneurship that lets you experience what it’s really like to build and launch a startup.

Whether you have an idea for a new mobile app that will make your life easier or just want to learn more about entrepreneurship, we encourage you to attend.

Why? The statistics are clear, people with disabilities are not only less likely to be employed, but also less likely to pursue entrepreneurship. We hope that Startup Weekend Access will ignite your entrepreneurial spark!

9) AdaCamp Ally Skills track – Monday June 23 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at New Relic, 111 SW 5th Ave #2800 Portland, OR 97204.

Apply: This application is for applying for the Ally Skills track only. Public applications for AdaCamp Portland’s main track closed April 14, 2014. The AdaCamp Ally Skills track is a 3-hour workshop based on the Ada Initiative Allies Workshop that teaches simple, everyday ways to support women in their workplaces and communities. The workshop is a significant, concrete step towards cultivating supportive, aware colleagues. The Ally Skills track will be on Monday June 23 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM at the New Relic offices in downtown Portland, Oregon.

AdaCamp is the world’s only event focusing on women in open technology and culture, and is a project of the Ada Initiative, a non-profit supporting women in open technology and culture. Both are named after Countess Ada Lovelace, the first computer programmer. Attendance at AdaCamp is by invitation, with applications open to the public. Attendees will be selected based on experience in open tech/culture, experience or knowledge of feminism and advocacy, ability to collaborate with others, and any rare or notable experience or background that would add to AdaCamp.

10) LEAP Ahead eLearning Conference 2014 – Wednesday and Thursday, June 25-26, 2014 at Hotel Monaco: 506 SW Washington St Portland, OR 97204. Register: $590

Learn. Educate. Accelerate. Profit.
Discover how to use elearning to train employees and your channel, and propel your business with LEAP Ahead. The two-day conference includes more than two dozen sessions led by industry experts on content development and training program management.

Who should attend?

  • Training content designers and developers
  • Training program managers
  • LMS/training administrators

Why attend LEAP Ahead?

  • You are new to creating online training and need help getting started
  • You are experienced with content development and are ready to take it to the next level
  • You are a BlueVolt LMS or course administrator and want to learn more
  • You are tasked with developing a new training program for your organization
  • You need a good excuse to visit Portland Oregon in June