New from NAMA: Case Studies

Written by NAMA on Thursday, July 12, 2018 , 12:39 pm

The NAMA website has a new feature – Case Studies.

Each Best of Show winner from this past year has submitted a case study based on their entry. Each includes fundamental information and visuals. The five Best of Show winners are available in the categories of Advertising, Public Relations, Digital, Consumer and Specialty.

Click here to view the Best of NAMA Case Studies.

NOTE: These case studies are located in the Member’s Only Section of nama.org. You will need to log into your NAMA account to access this link. Click on “Member Dashboard” then click “Best of NAMA Case Studies.”

Boot Camp Cutoff Coming Soon

Written by NAMA on Thursday, July 12, 2018 , 12:39 pm

The cutoff date for the Boot Camp hotel is Tuesday, July 24. Make your reservations at the Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza next week to lock in the discounted room rate. Reservations made after July 24 are subject to higher rates and potential unavailability. Make your reservation today!

July 24 is also the cutoff date for the early bird discount on Boot Camp registration which will save you $50. Register today and join NAMA, August 15-17, in Kansas City!

For more information about this year’s NAMA Boot Camp, visit the Boot Camp website.

Who Should Attend?

  • •  Agency account executives
  • •  Media professionals
  • •  Art directors
  • •  Copywriters
  • •  Marketing professionals
  • •  Sales professionals
  • •  Previous Boot Camp attendees

NAMA is Heading to Minneapolis

Written by NAMA on Thursday, July 12, 2018 , 12:39 pm

Cruise into Minneapolis for the 2018 NAMA Fall Conference. This late-in-the-year gathering of ag professionals has grown into a can’t-miss combo of educational sessions and unbeatable networking. Keep an eye out for the brochure – mailing soon. Or, check out the digital version right now!

Multi-Generational Workforce
For the first time in history there are four generations in the workplace and 52% of workers say they’re least likely to get along with someone from another generation. So, how do we make this work? Ryan Jenkins will teach you how to leverage the unique strengths and experiences of each generation to create a workforce that collaborates seamlessly. 

Above Average Content
You’ve practiced the best practices. But deep down, you may have this feeling your branded content is slightly better at best and copying competitors at worst. Noise competing with similar noise. What if we created more original, more inspired work? Jay Acunzo will show you how to create more differentiated content that grabs attention and drives bigger results despite all the noise. 

People Make the World Go Round
NAMA has built in ample opportunities to meet new people and reconnect throughout the Fall Conference. From the Welcome Reception after the Ag Tour to the offsite get-together hosted by broadhead., your dance card is full. The Professional Development Awards of Excellence will also be presented. Prepare to cheer.

It’s all happening this September! Mark your calendars and register today to Grow North with NAMA. Find out even more on the Fall Conference website. We hope to see you in Minneapolis!

NAMA Webinar: Marketing Automation Blueprints for Success

Written by NAMA on Thursday, July 12, 2018 , 12:39 pm

Marketing Automation Blueprints for Success

It’s not about the next new shiny toy in marketing. It’s about proven marketing strategies executed by marketing automation software. We’ll do a deep dive into the blueprints for success for lead generation, awareness, consideration, decision, retention, loyalty, event and win-back marketing campaigns well executed by marketing automation software.

Join our presenters, Suzanne Carawan, CMO of HighRoad Solutions, and Jenny Lassi, Digital Strategist at Infinity Direct, as they share these blueprints with us.

Cost: $40 NAMA Members and $50 Non-members

Date: Thursday, July 19, 2018

Time: 1:30 p.m. Central Time

Click here to register!

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