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Save the Date: Friday, May 21: Marketing Issues Forum
Marketing NOW: New Priorities, New Opportunities, New RESULTS

 

For marketers, change provides opportunity -- opportunity to seek out unmet needs and develop innovative solutions. The current upheaval in the economic and political environment, scarcity of capital, and rising unemployment are just a few of the formidable challenges that businesses face today. Yet many businesses succeed and grow. The Fourth Annual Marketing Issues Forum focuses on how successful businesses and organizations have remained healthy, developed new products or new business models, and created new employment opportunities.

Business professionals, students, faculty and others are invited to attend this forum from 8:15 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday, May 21, in the second floor Banquet Rooms of Oakland University's Oakland Center.

By sharing how they  have identified emerging opportunities, the speakers will offer attendees insights into what they can do within their own organizations to move more positively into the future.

Speakers include:

  • Gerard Grinsven, president and CEO, Henry Ford Hospital, West Bloomfield
  • Linda Theisen, vice president, global purchasing, North American sales and quality, Metaldyne Corporation
  • Robert Thomas, director of operations, Michigan Chamber of Commerce
  • Representatives from Oakland University School of Business Administration CIBRE Tool & Die Work Group
  • L. Brooks Patterson, county executive, Oakland County, as the luncheon speaker.

The Marketing faculty and Marketing Advisory Board of the School of Business Administration have brought together a group of speakers from an array of industries to share successful coping methods with today's economic turbulence.

For more information or to register visit the Marketing Issues Forum 2010 Web site.  


Who should attend?

  • Marketing professionals

  • OU faculty, staff and students

  • Business professionals from all areas who may be interested in new marketing ideas


Registration information

 

Cost: Pre-registration is $15 or $25 at the door. Faculty and students are free, but must register. A continental breakfast and luncheon are included.

Online Registration: Participants may register online using VISA, MasterCard or online checking account here.

Paper Registration: Complete and fax this registration form to (248) 370-4963.

 


  
Sponsors  

The forum is sponsored by the Center for Integrated Business Research and Education (CIBRE) at OU's School of Business Administration.

An academic research center that integrates research experts, business leaders, industry, government and other key stakeholders, CIBRE serves as a catalyst for transforming the region's economic future, educating a workforce to find success in it and driving business success in a rapidly changing global marketplace. For more information, visit www.sba.oakland.edu/cibre.

 

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