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The Washington, DC chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMADC) is the leading network of marketing professionals driving innovation, professional development, connections and career advancement throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan region.
With more than 800 members representing over 400 leading organizations in sectors ranging from corporate, media, government, association, and nonprofit, AMADC is the fourth largest chapter of the American Marketing Association, the nation's foremost professional association for marketers with more than 30,000 members worldwide. The AMADC is a volunteer driven organization serving marketing professionals from CMOs, to marketing managers, to collegiate students--and everyone in between.Read More
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The AMADC 90 Second Update is a fast-paced audio recording produced twice per month. There's nothing to read, and nothing to slow you down. Simply launch the player and hear from AMADC about upcoming events and the things we're doing to help you Get Ahead – all in 90 seconds.Read More
Today’s consumers do not want to spend time reading long emails or articles. They want to use outlets like Twitter that summarize stories in 140 characters or less. These quick snippets of information, however, can feel so impersonal that consumers soon lose touch with the companies that they follow. The Washington DC Chapter found a way to relay information fast and efficiently, while still maintaining a personal touch – 90 Second Updates. Read the full interview with AMADC’s Immediate Past President, Brian Rutter, here.Read More
A sell-out crowd of senior marketers gathered this past month to hear insights on the future of marketing from three high-level executives representing the Washington Redskins, The Ritz-Carlton, and USA Today. The exclusive AMADC event was held at the recently renovated office space of global architecture firm, Gensler. Following networking, attendees listened to the all-star panel as they praised the integration of technology and marketing, reinforced the power of brand, and cautioned attendees about the limits of data.Read More