As of April 1, 2012 Rocky Mountain Direct Marketing Association members have been transitioned over to the Colorado chapter of the Business Marketing Association.
BMA Colorado has 500+ members and is part of the national Business Marketing Association.
BMA Colorado is the premier professional development organization providing B-to-B education, networking, resources, and B2B job listings. At the Colorado Chapter of the Business Marketing Association, you will network with marketing communication VPs, directors, and managers from local companies. You’ll also meet account executives, advertising managers, and creative directors working at agencies – as well as independent business owners, consultants, writers, and designers – with whom to share ideas and resources. Most of our members live and work in Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, Colorado Springs.
We invite you to explore BMA Colorado and all it has to offer B2B marketers:
Click here to read about BMA Colorado and the depth of benefits and how to join.
Click here for a complete list of upcoming events.
Click here to learn more about our Young Professionals group within BMA Colorado.
Click here to learn more about BMA's CareerServices, including our online job bank.
Click here to access our national BMA site.
Click here to read about the past 60 years of history of BMA Colorado.
Questions? Feel free to contact BMA Colorado's Executive Director, Marilee Yorchak at 303-607-9957 or by email.
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A networking opportunity for business-to-business marketing professionals to meet and get to know other BMA'ers who work (or live) near you.
Organizations in which sales and marketing are highly aligned, achieve ~32% annual revenue growth compared to a 7% deficit for the less aligned. (Aberdeen Group) But despite the fact that 80% of businesses recognize the benefits of greater alignment between sales and marketing, 40% still have no systems in place to unify the functions (Randstad). That fact is, without aligning sales and marketing within your organization, the company will fail to provide the value your customers deserve and will ultimately die!