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On June 15, MIMA will host Patty Radford Henderson, who will present a three-hour workshop titled “A Data-Driven Approach to Content Strategy and Brand Building.” In case you were wondering how to prepare or you didn’t sign-up in time (it’s already sold out!), we asked Patty for her insights as
MIMA held the first of its semi-annual career development series May 4. Modern Career Development, at Horizontal Integration covered the burgeoning career possibilities in digital marketing. The panel explored the options while Horizontal Integration provided headshots, resume feedback and refreshment.
Arik Hanson, Principal of ACH Communications
Arik spoke about his
Stephen Blackwell, Chief Strategy Officer with Hollywood Reporter-Billboard Media Group presented on what it takes to reach the ad-nostic generation in the age of technological disruption. How does a modern marketer effectively navigate the sheer volume of content options to ensure their message reaches Millennials?
Millennials are a key growth
Linh Peters is the Senior Director of Loyalty Marketing and Strategy at Ulta Beauty. Linh will describe how the nation’s #1 specialty beauty retailer is helping their brand partners develop stronger, more loyal and profitable relationships with their customers by leveraging the data of
Donna Root, Creative Director 3M Brand Designs, used examples from her iconic work in corporate design for Intel and 3M to illustrate what it takes to get the job done in large company environments with extensive bureaucracies.
At Intel, Donna took the Intel chip brand from 4B to