BMA Colorado is a volunteer-driven organization and we can't exist without your help. The best way to get the most out of your membership is to get involved and join a committee. Serving on a BMA committee is a great way to meet new friends and colleagues, learn and have fun.
Review the committees below to determine where you'd like to get involved. Then, contact Derrol Moorhead, our Executive Director, at (303) 607-9957 or email@example.com and become a volunteer.
The committee looks for new opportunities to produce revenue using e-commerce to market BMA Colorado products and services (such as books, posters, etc) or by developing new products or services.
BMA Career Services
This committee can use assistance in identifying potential employers, continuing to make our online job bank & web resources user-friendly, and developing ideas to promote Career Services. This committee also works with recruiters to help us provide value-added services to our members (blog postings, resume reviews, etc).
Assist the web chair with the continual enhancements to the BMA Colorado website. This committee works on strategy and planning as well as maintenance to our website.
The Gold Key team needs help in producing our annual business-to-business marketing awards event each spring. This committee helps with the site selection, creative process, award criteria and judging, and all the details that go along with a first-class event.
The Media Donations Chair assists the BMA Colorado Auction Chair by recruiting and securing media donations from publishers to sell at the auction. The donations can be solicited year-round and sold year-round.
Membership can use your help to plan and implement acquisition and retention programs, as well as help with the annual membership directory (design, printing, ad sales) and representing BMA Colorado at trade shows, etc. The membership team also has a strong ambassador program. Ambassadors help to welcome new members – and our membership team looks for passionate BMA members to be Ambassadors.
We are looking for writers interested in contributing original content for publication in the BMA Colorado Marketing Mirror (our monthly e-newsletter), as well as assistance in identifying potential advertisers for our publication.
This committe creates and edits content that supports the content strategy and drives chapter goals. We look for member-facing content relating industry trends around upcoming events and chapter activities to be featured in our blog, the newsletter, in social, on the website, and in email communications.
We welcome your input in selecting qualified business-to-business marketing speakers (local and national) to share their expertise at our monthly meetings and seminars, as well as our morning roundtables. This team also solicits speakers for our annual regional conference each fall.
This committee helps us with our email notifications to members and prospects. The committee helps us prepare the emails (we have a software program that is easy to use and will train you), and helps us strategize with compelling subject lines and content, testing various email formats, and tracks deliverability and click-through rates.
The social media team rotates through all of our social media channels (LinkedIn, Meetup.com, Twitter, Facebook) to engage our B2B marketing community in conversation and awareness.
Help us spread the BMA, and B2B, marketing message to the local media.
This committee recruits companies for meeting sponsorships and other special events, as well as helping us identify and solicit major trustee partners.
Help our emerging professionals (age 30 and under) by planning YP events or being a mentor.
This fundraising event annually raises needed funds for our scholarships and educational programs. We need help soliciting donations, coordinating volunteers, day of the event assistance, etc.
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This webinar will explore the 2018 Sales Enablement Benchmarking SurveyOnline and help teams to navigate their role and place on the sales enablement spectrum through: How marketing leaders like you are faring in three primary areas of sales enablement: Sales & Marketing Alignment, Sales Empowerment, and Demand Generation Where sales and marketing respondents agree—and disagree—and what such responses might mean for the state of sales enablement in your organization Action items you can take right now to raise your level of sales enablement and support revenue growth
Calling all revenue change agents! Please join us and jumpstart your morning with coffee and breakfast in a casual-and-comfortable event designed specifically for revenue change agents who are leading transformation from lead-centric approaches to account-based revenue within their companies. By attending, you’ll take part in an interactive panel discussion with four revenue change agents like yourself. These are people who are leading, guiding and managing transformation themselves -- in the real world.
The biggest marketing networking event of the year, this year's Gold Key Speakeasy is a 1920s themed party in a special partnership between the BMA and AMA Colorado chapters. In a show of unity, we invite all Colorado marketers to turn out to celebrate the best work of the last year while enjoying food catered by Occasions, Giggle Juice from the likes of Jagged Mountain Brewery and Infinite Monkey Theorem, the sweet sounds of DJ Erin Stereo.