Dayton AMA, March Event, Marketing & Project Management

Marketing and Project Management
Brian Montgomery, Director, Products and Services, WorkflowOne

March 14, 2007

Date: March 14, 2007
Time: Registration and Networking begins at 11:30 am. Lunch and presentation will begin at 12:00pm
Location: Schuster Center (View Map)* (Corner of Second and Main St., FREE parking at the corner of Second and Ludlow)
Cost: Members $22, Non-members $36, Students $16
Registration: Click here* to register. Registration deadline is Noon, Monday, March 12, 2007

Note: Walk-ins will be charged an additional $5, no shows will be billed.

What do creative “ponytail types” in marketing have to do with the “Gantt chart geeks” in project management? Plenty! Come hear how a little dose of discipline can help your marketing programs and campaigns be more effective (and maybe even more enjoyable!).

Brian is the Director of Products & Services at WorkflowOne, responsible for digital print, fulfillment and technology solutions. With over 24 years of experience in marketing, strategic planning, product development and product management, he has created products, strategies and marketing plans that delivered real growth in both revenues and profits. In addition to his current role, he has directed product marketing and strategy at the world’s largest provider of software for nonprofit organizations. Prior, Brian was a brand manager at IBM, where he also oversaw implementation of the company’s product portfolio management and led the development of his

division’s overall strategy. He has also held various product development and product management roles at LexisNexis, the industry leader in electronic research and publishing. Brian has an MBA from Capital University and an undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University. (He may also have been a Certified Project Manager,

but don’t tell anyone!)

For questions about registration or the event, please contact the Dayton AMA at hospitality-dayton@marketingpower.com.

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?