Which Roundtable is Right for You?

    When you participate in a roundtable, you have a great opportunity to learn and share with your peers. Don’t miss out! Here are brief descriptions of the chapter’s roundtables:

    Senior Marketing & Operations - Covering a variety of topics, this roundtable focuses on the interests of marketers with at least 15 years of experience in A/E/C marketing and have upper management responsibilities.

    Business Development* - This roundtable benefits members whose main job responsibilities are developing new clients and new project opportunities for the firm.

    Eastside Roundtable - This roundtable is ideal for marketers who are of all levels of expertise. The variety of experience levels leads to valuable discussion on marketing topics from A to Z.

    North-end Roundtable - This roundtable is ideal for marketers who are of all levels of expertise. The variety of experience levels leads to valuable discussion on marketing topics from A to Z.

    Four Downtown Seattle Roundtables - These roundtables are ideal for marketers who are of all levels of expertise. The variety of experience levels leads to valuable discussion on marketing topics from A to Z.

    Young Professionals - This roundtable is geared toward marketers that have at least five years of experience and are on track for future marketing leadership positions in their firms.

    South Sound Roundtable - This roundtable is geared toward marketers that have at least five years of experience and are on track for future marketing leadership positions in their firms.

    *Business Development Roundtable Qualifications:

    Participants of the Business Development roundtable must be able to demonstrate at least two of the following in their everyday job duties:

    • External responsibilities
    • Responsible for client identification and development
    • Sales forecasting
    • Limited proposal duties, or proposals are not priority #1
    • Lead tracking and generation (i.e. responsible for building relationships or contacting potential and existing clients to produce leads for the pipeline)
    • Strategic member of firm's sales or client pursuit efforts
    • Proposal negotiation
    • Securing new projects