Luncheon: Sustainability: Core Values in Marketing

Maggiano's Little Italy 2 The Boulevard, Richmond Heights, MO, United States

Join us for a fascinating talk by Sarah Schlafly, founder of Mighty Cricket. Discover how this award-winning entrepreneur transformed cricket protein into a culinary delight, leveraging innovative marketing strategies and her passion for sustainable food. Sarah Schlafly Founder of Mighty Cricket Sarah Schlafly is the founder of Mighty Cricket, a next generation protein company with

Luncheon: Marketing to the Hispanic Community

Please join us on November 16th for a marketing panel discussion on how to connect with and market to the rapidly growing Latino & Hispanic market. In collaboration with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the AMA has assembled a panel of local experts who can share their ideas, experience and best practices for reaching this

AMA Holiday Happy Hour

Global Brew Tap House 9578 Manchester Road, St. Louis, Missouri

Join your AMA colleagues and friends in a toast to the Holiday Season! The AMA HHH (Holiday Happy Hour) will be held Thursday, Dec 7, 2023, 5:30-7:30pm at Global Brew Tap House 9578 Manchester Road, St. Louis, MO  63119

Luncheon: Amplify Your Brand Globally: International Marketing Panel

Uncover the keys to global market success at the American Marketing Association's International Marketing Panel on January 18, 2024, at Maggiano's Little Italy in Richmond Heights. Start your day with networking at 11 am, followed by a delicious lunch and an engaging panel discussion from noon to 1 pm. Dr. Nisha Ray Chaudhury, Professor of

Luncheon: Private Label – It’s Not Rocket Science…or is it?

The success of private label marketing depends on factors such as product quality, effective marketing strategies, and a deep understanding of consumer preferences. When executed well, private-label marketing can be a lucrative strategy for retailers. Engage in this conversation about how to drive higher profit margins, offer exclusive products, build customer loyalty, respond to consumer