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Ask the Experts: Call for Questions to Answer in June

May 28, 2010

Do you have a marketing question you’d like to ask an expert? Now’s your chance!

In June, David Easterbrooks, CPSM, will answer some of your questions! Dave is the current President of SMPS Boston and has been a member of SMPS for 25 years, with active participation in the Washington, D.C., Baltimore (Chesapeake), and Boston Chapters. As a member of these different chapters, he served on a variety of committees including Programs, Education, Membership, Golf, and Regional Conference. After obtaining his SMPS Certified Professional Services Marketer (CPSM) designation in 2004, Dave served as the Boston Chapter’s CPSM Committee Chair for the 2005 SMPS Northeast Regional Conference, organized the chapter’s first CPSM study groups, and became the Chapter Certification Liaison with SMPS National. He has served on the SMPS Boston Board of Directors since 2005 in the positions of Treasurer, Education Director, Vice President, and President.

To submit a question for Dave, just enter it in as a comment to this post by Wednesday, 6/9. He will choose a couple to answer.

5 Comments leave one →
  1. Trying to Stand Out permalink*
    June 1, 2010 4:17 pm

    How do you differentiate your company from your competition?

  2. June 1, 2010 4:20 pm

    You have a couple decades of experience – what “words of wisdom” would you like to impart to those relatively new to the profession?

  3. designmagi permalink
    June 2, 2010 2:22 pm

    Any suggestions on how to steer the weekly marketing meeting away from a recitation of mundane status updates (however much a necessary evil) to something more strategic (and hopefully more useful, interesting, & energizing)?

  4. Struggling in Boston permalink*
    June 4, 2010 3:56 pm

    How do you make all employees feel involved in company marketing plans? I feel as though the plans are often seen as something only the principals need to support, but I want to get everyone’s buy in!


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