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SMPS Boston Wants to Give You a Scholarship to Build Business 2018

Attending Build Business has been called “the best SMPS experience I’ve ever had” by many AEC marketers. The inspirational, nationally known keynote speakers; industry leading education; networking opportunities and comradery are just some things that make this national conference special.

Join your colleagues in sunny San Diego, from August 15-17 to learn the skills you need to elevate your firm and elevate your career. Better yet, SMPS Boston will pay for your registration – over a $1,000 value!

Here’s why you should attend:

  • Elevate your network: over 800 of your peers from all over the country will be there for the ultimate networking experience.
  • Elevated learning opportunities: Exceptional speakers, that you likely haven’t heard from before and a schedule you can customize based on your personal needs and interests.
  • Elevate your industry knowledge with current industry research and programming.
  • Elevate your marketing collateral: Marketing Communication Awards (MCA) entries will be on display to give you inspiration for your own future projects
  • Elevate your partnerships: Meet and form relationships with new industry partners that you may not otherwise have the opportunity to connect with.

Now that I’ve piqued your interest, I’d like you to submit a scholarship application. To support our members who would like to attend, SMPS Boston is offering several scholarships to cover the cost of the full conference registration. Download the application here and return it by Friday, June 29th.

When you discuss your interest in attending Build Business with your company’s key decision makers, use these resources to communicate the value to them on why you should attend. And having a full registration scholarship will certainly be in your favor!

Valerie Puchades, CPSM

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Valerie Puchades, CPSM is SMPS Boston Chapter President and Director of Marketing at GUND Partnership.

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