Upcoming
Events

Oct 28

SMPS Seattle Membership | New Member Happy Hour

Join us for the fall New Member Happy Hour. New, existing, and prospective members are invited to learn about chapter benefits, network, and play fall-themed games.

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Nov 5

SMPS Seattle Virtual Trivia Night

Grab your team of four (or come solo and we will put you on a team) and join us for another “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” version of SMPS Seattle Virtual Trivia Night, hosted by Jet City Trivia.

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Nov 12

CPSM Monthly Study Session - November

Interested in pursuing your CPSM credential but want a little extra help? Want to study alongside other people who will support you and hold you accountable? This monthly study session is the place for you!

Nov 17

SMPS Seattle Lunch | Meet the Press

Wish you could get the inside track on how to successfully get your firm published in local and national press? Join us to hear from editors and reporters themselves about what is newsworthy and how to pitch.

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Build business 2020 Goes Virtual

SMPS wants to bring you an amazing experience. One that’s re-imagined without limits. With many states reopening in various stages, there’s still uncertainty around COVID-19. That’s why SMPS HQ is hosting Build Business as a virtual conference, October 5–9, with a reduced registration price. Learn more here.

Continuing Education Scholarship - Now open!

Who doesn’t love to learn? SMPS Seattle is proud to offer one $600 scholarship to an SMPS member to further their professional marketing education. Allowable expenses include but are not limited to: SMPS events or conferences (local, regional and national), college or university classes, books about professional services marketing, other educational events or workshops offered by a credible organization, and CPSM certification and testing fees.

Current SMPS Seattle Members are eligible, except those who have won this scholarship in the last three years. (Previously unsuccessful applicants are encouraged to try again!) Click here to apply today! Applications Deadline | October 23, 2020.

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

The SMPS vision Business transformed through marketing leadership asserts that our profession can create powerful, positive change. By harnessing the passion of our SMPS members, we aim to advance racial justice and equality in our organization and in the broader A/E/C industry. Our first of many steps was an Open Conversation event on June 30, where we compiled information and resources generated by a robust discussion. If you have additional feedback or information regarding EDI initiatives for SMPS Seattle, please reach out. We are here for you, and we are listening.

COVID-19 Information

Our Board of Directors continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation and governmental response guidelines. Visit our COVID-19 Information page for the latest news and updates. If you are a chapter volunteer and need to schedule a Zoom meeting for virtual committee or program activities, please contact SMPS Seattle Secretary Megan Bergstrom.

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