February 2018 Marketing and Design Events

February 2018 Marketing and Design Events

Each month, we look forward to sharing a list of local events for designers, marketers and entreprenuers. Make sure to follow us on Twitter for updates.

Get your tickets now for the Midwest Digital Marketing Conference!

The annual UMSL-backed conference isn’t until March, but tickets are on sale now and are likely to sell out. This year’s speaker line-up includes the best and brightest from marketing and tech – including our very own Jazzy Danziger. Get your tickets now. 

February 9-10, 2018

AIGA St. Louis Student Conference 
Events take place at Central Print (Friday) and Maryville University (Saturday) 

This conference is a great opportunity for juniors and seniors in college to explore their creativity with leading design professionals from around the U.S. Register now.

February 15, 2018

St. Louis Women in Digital Meetup  
6 p.m. at Sasha’s on Shaw   

Resumes are living documents and should adapt and change as often as your career goals. This month with Women in Digital, discover whats new in resumes now, while learning tips and strategies to make your resume stand out from the crowd. This is a members-only happy hour for the new local chapter of Women in Digital, so make sure you join in advance! More info.

February 16, 2018

Annual Saint Louis AMA Student Marketing Conference 
8 a.m. at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center 

Students and professionals from across the Midwest will gather at the Danforth Plant Science Center on February 16, 2018 to hear high-profile speakers give their take on the latest trends in marketing. Get tickets.

February 19, 2018

ADDY Week: Young Professionals Night
6 p.m. at Osborn Barr

Kick off ADDY Week 2018 with Young Professionals Night. Get to know your peers and hear advice from seasoned professionals. The first 30 tickets are free, so get ’em quick!

AIGA St. Louis Community Meeting 
6:30 p.m. at 101 South Hanley Road 

New to St. Louis? New to the design industry? Interested in getting involved? AIGA community meetings discuss upcoming events, volunteer opportunities and open board positions (and you don’t have to be a member to attend!). Learn more.

February 20, 2018

ADDY Week: War Stories
8:30 a.m. at SqWires Restaurant & Annex

Professionals from different agencies and firms will share stories of hard-fought pitches, demanding clients, or even a concept’s tragic death. Get tickets.

February 21, 2018

ADDY Week 2018: Leadership Luncheon with Mike Chaffin 
11:30 a.m. at Moulin

Mike Chaffin will pull from his 25 years of experience as a successful business executive with Oprah Winfrey Network, Mark Cuban and Nelly to share how to think more like an executive than an employee, the secrets to his success and how to cultivate your own entrepreneurial spirit. Get tickets.

Mercy Mercy Me 
5:30 p.m. at Morgan Street Brewery 

AMA, PRSA and HRMA have joined together for networking happy hour at Morgan Street Brewery focused on internal communications. Mark Errante, product manager for Mercy’s intranet, will share the benefits targeted content has had for both Mercy co-workers and the content contributors. Get your tickets (and a drink coupon!).

February 22, 2018

ADDY Week 2018: St. Louis American Advertising Awards 2018 (ADDYs)  
6 p.m. at The Caramel Room

Join Ad Club for a celebration of the year’s finest work by local advertising and creative agencies. Get tickets.

Ongoing

Venture Café St. Louis
Every Thursday, 3 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the @4240 Building in the Cortex Innovation District

Each week, innovators and entrepreneurs gather for conversations and scheduled programming aimed to inspire. Learn more here.

 

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Danielle Hohmeier

Danielle Hohmeier

As Senior Marketing Manager at Atomicdust, Danielle Hohmeier develops focused and effective social media and content marketing strategies for clients. This includes identifying the audiences, appropriate channels and key content categories, and finding SEO and SEM opportunities.

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