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The Role of Ethics in Marketing

Thursday, January 17 at 6:00pm to 8:00pm

White Stag Block, Main Event Room
70 NW Couch Street, Portland, OR 97209


Join AMA to hear from a panel of marketing professionals discuss the role of ethics in marketing. Topics will include copyright issues, branding, the “fake news” movement, and understanding what information is reliable.

The Speakers:

Nick Footer, CEO Intuitive Digital

From an early age, Nick Footer has wanted to own and operate his own business after watching the success of his father and grandfather. His drive led him to obtain two business degrees, a bachelor’s and MBA, with a focus on digital marketing, entrepreneurship, and business strategy.

He began working for a small full services agency in 2008, learning how to grow small businesses through marketing. Earning the trust of management they handed over social media activities to him, where he seized a regular blogging engagement and launched their social media activities on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Mike Rosenberg, CEP Veracity

Mike Rosenberg, CEO of Veracity, brings experience and passion from two distinct, yet similar, career paths in sports business marketing and online marketing. After many years promoting sports events, Mike jumped online to help build EngineWorks; a search marketing agency. He uses that experience today to bring digital marketing savvy to traditional communications campaigns for Veracity’s clients.

As a proponent of ethical business practices, Mike is the Chair of the Oregon in Ethics in Business Awards as a member of the Rotary Club of Portland. He also shares his online marketing expertise as an Advisory Board Member and Past President of SEMpdx, a professional business organization for the search marketing industry. He was honored in 2005 as a recipient of the Portland Business Journal’s prestigious Forty Under 40 award.

Additional speakers to be announced.

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