SOURCE: Orange County Chapter of the American Marketing Association (OC AMA)

April 03, 2012 12:51 ET

OC AMA Continues Rolling Out More Resources for Marketing Professionals

IRVINE, CA--(Marketwire - Apr 3, 2012) - The Orange County Chapter of the American Marketing Association (OC AMA) continues to offer exciting new resources for the Orange County marketing community and its members. The latest additions include a blog that launches today and OC AMAtv, which showcases video interviews of top industry thought leaders, SME business owners, and other exciting video clips for OC marketers.

OC AMA continues to host monthly speaker presentations and networking mixers to keep OC marketers connected and up-to-date on the latest in business and marketing.

OC AMA is the leading organization for marketing professionals in Orange County. As part of the American Marketing Association, OC AMA members are connected to over 20,000 marketing professionals, academics, experts and leaders around the world. The next OC AMA event features local DGWB marketing success and brand transformation on April 18 . It is a 'can't miss' event for the OC marketing community!

OC AMA's VP of Communications, Ellen Henderson, describes the organization's goal is "to provide relevant and timely marketing content to keep OC marketers engaged with their marketing community and on top of the latest industry trends."

OC AMA TV's inaugural videos (http://www.youtube.com/orangecountyama) feature Jeffrey Hayzlett, former CMO of Kodak and bestelling author discussing his latest book Running the Gauntlet. The videos give marketers excellent insight on Hayzlett's "Adapt, change or die" motto and give great tips on leadership and management in business and marketing. Kia Motors America's VP of Marketing and Communications, Michael Sprague, also presented at a recent OC AMA event and is featured on OC AMAtv.

"Connecting top marketing professionals via the blog and providing engaging video content are both key providing information to the OC marketing community," Henderson said. "Members depend on OC AMA to stay connected to their peers and marketing leaders. Regardless of their area of focus, being aware of new trends that emerge in our fast-paced marketing discipline is paramount to our members."

The OC AMA blog (www.orangecountyama.org/blog) will feature members and prominent OC business and marketing bloggers on a variety of topics important to the Orange County marketing community. Some of these topics include marketing events, technology, networking, social media and professional development. The OC AMA chapter is comprised of professionals from large, multinational enterprises to independent consultants. It is the wide range of companies and professionals represented that makes OC AMA a leading networking source. OC AMA welcomes members at all levels, including current undergraduate students, recent college graduates, professional educators and companies who have several members join as a group.

For more information about Orange County Chapter of the American Marketing Association (OC AMA), visit www.orangecountyama.org or contact Ellen Henderson at ehenderson@orangecountyama.org.

Connect with OC AMA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/orangecountyama, Twitter at www.twitter.com/orangecountyama and YouTube at www.youtube.com/orangecountyama.

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Ellen Henderson
    Phone: 404.585.8599
    Email: Email Contact