Leesburg, Va. — Sept 5, 2017 — Government Marketing University (GMarkU), a training and career development platform serving government marketplace professionals, today announced a strategic partnership with the Washington, D.C., chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMADC).
Government Marketing University is excited to have AMADC featured as a Strategic Alliance Partner sponsor of Government Marketing University’s GAIN 2017 conference — to be held on Oct. 13 at the Reston Town Center Hyatt — as well as its Market Chat LIVE! breakfast series. In addition, AMADC events and membership opportunities will be highlighted in upcoming GMarkU newsletters and social media outreach while AMADC will promote continuing education opportunities for its members through GMarkU and provide a podcast and guest blog on GMarkU.com. The two organizations will also explore opportunities for research and analysis by a joint GMarkU-AMADC program aimed to deliver actionable data back to local marketers.
Government Marketing University Founder and President Lou Anne Brossman said the partnership will benefit both organizations and their memberships. “Government Marketing University and AMADC missions are very similar which is to serve our communities of dedicated marketing professionals who strive to learn more about their craft, hone their skills, network with peers, and build a sense of community.” Brossman said. “Our partnership will enable both of our organizations to link arms and help each other grow and advance in a way that will benefit our marketing communities.”
“AMADC serves as a gateway for connecting public and private sector marketers throughout the region,” said Brent Hayhurst, president of AMADC. “Our partnership with Government Marketing University is exciting because it delivers on our commitment to provide outstanding local education and career resources and programs to our members.”
About Government Marketing University:
Government Marketing University is an innovative learning platform that applies a collaborative, community-based approach toward knowledge sharing and skills development in the field of public sector marketing. More than 60 experts from all corners of the U.S. public sector marketplace — marketers, thought leaders, government, media and sales — are contributing their knowledge to a unique, content-rich platform. Government Marketing University will offer training, research, certifications, mentoring, and community resources all in one place. For more information about Government Marketing University, visit www.governmentmarketinguniversity.com.
Contacts: Lou Anne Brossman, President & Founder, Government Marketing University
703.408.4311 | lbrossman@GMarkU.com | www.governmentmarketinguniversity.com
Stephanie Geiger, Vice President of Operations, Government Marketing University
703.362.2170 | sgeiger@GMarkU.com | www.governmentmarketinguniversity.com
AMA is a professional association for individuals and organizations involved in the practice, teaching and study of marketing worldwide. AMADC is the fourth largest chapter of the international American Marketing Association (AMA) – itself the largest marketing association in North America with more than 38,000 members worldwide. AMADC is the leading network of marketing professionals driving innovation, professional development and career advancement throughout the region. Members and the broader community of AMADC represent a vast range of industries varying from corporate, media, government, association and non-profit sectors. In 2012, AMADC proudly celebrated its 80th year of providing Marketing Leadership to professionals in the Washington, D.C. area. Learn more at amadc.org.
Contact: Jim Healy, VP Marketing and Communications, AMADC
202.734.7141 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.amadc.org