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Boston Marketers Brave Storm for AMA Boston Holiday Party

Biblical rains and gale-force winds weren't enough to keep a large and engaged crowd of local marketers from AMA Boston's annual holiday party. The festive event, this year held at Warehouse Bar and Grill downtown, gave dozens of marketers the chance to make new friends and connections, dance a bit, and…

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Posted by William R. Bullard on December 10, 2014 at 8:42am

Understanding Digital's Effect on Brands - Interactive Session

On November 18th, AMA Boston and digital solutions provider Millward Brown partnered on a unique presentation and workshop to help a select group of Boston marketers understand how to elevate their brands through digital marketing. Host Stephen DiMarco, President of Millward Brown Digital, led off the…

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Posted by William R. Bullard on November 24, 2014 at 9:00am

Get Digital Right at AMA Boston Event on November 18th

Learn how to break down old digital marketing silos and embrace digital with a brand-first mentality. On …

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Posted by William R. Bullard on November 7, 2014 at 1:30pm

Gain Invaluable Marketing Connections and Insights from AMA Boston - and Save 30!

The leading marketing organization in Boston is making it even easier to increase your marketing expertise - join the American Marketing Association before November 21st and save $30! In addition to gaining access to Boston-area marketing experts who can help you solve issues and make…

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Posted by William R. Bullard on November 2, 2014 at 10:00pm

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A group for discussing methods of measuring marketing effectiveness and ROI. This group is moderated by Christina Inge
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