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Connect. Market. Succeed.
SEPTEMBER 10, 2014
Successful marketing requires tools.
Welcome to the workshop.
If your business involves communicating with customers, it can become more successful through powerful and strategic marketing. Unfortunately, it's easy to waste money on advertising your business doesn't need.
That's where OAX comes in.
As the region's premier advertising event, OAX brings together some of the Midwest's most creative and innovative marketers to help businesses just like yours understand how best to utilize advertising to improve their bottom line. At its heart, OAX is a meeting of the minds—where motivated businesspeople and the area's top in advertising, media and PR can freely exchange thoughts and ideas, allowing them to truly connect, market and succeed.
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OAX 2013 Recap
Last year's inaugural OAX was a huge success, bringing together 250 attendees from a variety of marketing backgrounds and featuring:
• 2 keynote presentations
• A panel of successful local business leaders
• 17 advertising and marketing exhibitors
• 24 individual breakout sessions
OAX 2013 Speakers and panelists included:
• Cliff Rucker - VP of Sales, United States Postal Service
• Blake Lawrence - Founder, Opendorse and Hurrdat
• Greg S. Cutchall - President, CEO, Cutchall Management Company
• Boyd Dingman - Owner, Dingman's Collision Center
• Paulette Hammerstrom - Founder, Crane Coffee
There were a variety of highly informative breakout sessions, including:
• A Lesson in Efficiency: Email Marketing - Paige Cahill, Constant Contact
• Every Door Direct Mail For Small Business - Amanda O'Dell, Omaha Print
• The Evolving Role of Ad Agencies for Small Business - Andrea Claxton, SKAR
• Optimizing Your Website For Search Engines - Tony Sattler, Swanson Russell
• The Marketing Assessment Profile: Your Map to Success - Kathy Broniecki, Susie Kaup and Sally Morrissey, Envoy Inc.
OAX 2014 promises to be even more informative and collaborative!
If you have any questions, please contact
Roger Humphries by email or call 402-930-4394.