SMPS Virtual Panel Discussion - A Path Forward is now available

On June 18, 2020, SMPS Oregon hosted a follow up to the Response to COVID-19 virtual panel event. We invited the original panel back to discuss where things stand now, and what a path forward may look like. Speakers talked about ideas and answered questions on how to help provide value to your ...

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Resources to Support Justice and Diversity

Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen harmful displays of power, communities pulling together to enact change, and discussions that confront systemic racism in professional and personal levels. Many of us are finding ourselves wanting to help, but are not sure where to start. The first step you ...

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Vote for the 2020-2021 SMPS Oregon Board of Directors!

The nominations are in and now we need your final votes for the 2020-2021 Board of Directors! Each year, the Nominations and Elections Committee, which is comprised of the current President, President-Elect, Immediate Past President, Secretary, and Treasurer, issues a Call for Nominations t...

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Muted and Listening

We stand for justice and inclusion.We believe black lives matter.We oppose all forms of racism, bigotry, discrimination and intolerance, and will not tolerate hate in our organization or community.We are listening and learning. This week our social media will be going on mute to reduce the noise and...

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Member Spotlight: Juan Coronel

How do you maximize your SMPS membership? (how are you involved in the chapter, what would you recommend other members get involved in, etc.) As an SMPS member, I do my best to stay engaged with the Oregon chapter as much as possible. I attend events, roundtables, and I am currently the Media Rela...

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Reading for Work: Book Recs for Marketers

Contributed by Marina Garcia, Marketing Specialist at NWESI In the marketing world, there are a multitude of resources that claim to help people gain new skills, understand their industry at an even deeper level, or teach innovative ways to conquer professional goals. Often times these resources ar...

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Data Edits vs Data Audits: It takes the whole team to keep your data clean!

Contributed by Stacey Ho, Marketing Analyst at WSP, USA. I was chatting with another marketing data gal pal this week and was lamenting how many data edits I’m doing right now for our CRM database. My role as a CRM data coordinator and marketing analyst – plus the current, rapidl...

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April Favorite Five

We have scoured the internet so you don’t have to. Check out our five favorite A/E/C marketing articles from April 2020. How to do a Competitive Analysis in 5 easy steps | John Becker, Impact “It's an essential tactic for finding out what your competitors are doing and what kind o...

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Don’t Get Caught in the Undercurrent: 10 Time Management Hacks

Presented at SMPS PRC and SMPS Oregon Education and Mentorship Events, by Jessica Biel and Haley Malmberg, CPSM Don’t get caught in a swell of proposals, blog posts, and emails. Take a breath and learn 10 time management hacks to make life easier and work more efficiently. Whether you’r...

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Become An SMPS Leader And Help Us Lead The Way

Wondering how to bring your professional development to the next level? Consider applying for the board of directors. SMPS Oregon is looking for leaders like you. Here’s your opportunity to help us fulfill our vision of Business Transformed Through Marketing Leadership.  SMPS continues t...

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