Saturday, June 1, 2013

Thanks for another successful year!

Thanks to guest speaker Robbie Bach and all those who attended Marketing Club's last meeting of the year! Robbie Bach, former President of Microsoft's Entertainment Division, gave the club some great advice on the importance of goal setting and value propositions. At the meeting, the club also recognized its graduating seniors and award recipients Andre Wyatt (academic excellence) and Lin Wilson (leadership).

Special thanks to graduating seniors Lin Wilson, Kalison Shilvock, Elyse Graf, and Paul Singh for all their hard work as officers!

In addition, we introduced the 2013-2014 Marketing Club Executive Board as follows:
President - Alex Walz
Executive Vice President - Eric Beekman
VP Finance - Spencer Larsen
VP Membership - Jonathan Parsay
VP Operations - Ernest Kao
VP Promotions - Julia Paleski
VP Public Relations - Cameron Hathaway
VP Service - Linda K. Diep
Here's to an end of a great year and the promise of another great year ahead with the new executive board!

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Marketing Club Hosts Robbie Bach

Join us for our last meeting of the year!

When: Thursday, May 30, 2013. 12:30-1:30pm.
Where: PIGT 100

Marketing Club is proud to host guest speaker Robbie Bach, former president of Microsoft's entertainment division and Chief Xbox Officer. Robbie spoke to the club two years ago and is a very entertaining and enlightening speaker. There will also be time for Q&A if you have any questions for Robbie.

In addition, we will be presenting senior awards and recognizing the 2013-2014 executive board.

Lunch will be provided.

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Third Annual Sales Competition

To All SU Undergrads:  Please consider participating in the 3rd Annual Sales Competition for Seattle University.
To get information about participating (& Pizza) & to sign-up if interested--> attend either Kick-Off Meeting Option below:
  • Kick-Off Meeting Option 1:  Thur April 18th (12:30-1:20pm) Pigott 103
  • Kick-Off Meeting Option 2:  Fri April 19th (2:00-2:50pm) Pigott 103
At the Kick-Off Meeting:
  • Information about participation provided.
  • Questions about participation answered.
  • Instructions and BTB Sales Case provided.
  • Scoring Rubric provided.
  • Sign-up for Role-Play Time-Slots (for Round 1 & Round 2).
    • Round 1 (Sales Interview):        April 26 (Friday).
    • Round 2 (Sales Presentation):  April 29 (Monday).
Why you should participate:
  • Awards:
    • 1st prize:  $1,000.00 + iPad.
    • 2nd prize: $750.00
    • 3rd prize:  $500.00
  • Great Networking Opportunity: 
    • Sales Executives from Google and Microsoft and AT&T will be Competition Judges.
    • Other Companies participating as well.
    • Awards and Networking Night: May 17 (Friday).
  • Will look good on your Resume -- regardless of how you place.
    • will look really good on your Resume if you get 1st, 2nd or 3rd place.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Domina Lasich at Northwest Mutual:

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Join the Executive Team!

The SU Marketing Club is looking for officers for the 2013-2013 school year and wants to extend an invitation to all business majors looking to gain leadership skills while having a great opportunity to learn more about the logistics behind Marketing!

Open Positions:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Finance Director
  • Membership Director
  • Operations Director
  • Promotions Director
  • Public Relations Director
  • Service Director

Who: YOU!
What: Marketing Club Officer
When: 2013-2014 school year
How: Open the attachment (MCExecApp.doc) and fill out the Marketing Club Officer Application today to be part of our highly active Alber's Business Club on campus by fulfilling a more pivotal role as an officer!

(If the above download link is not working, try right clicking it and "save link as" or email for the form.)

Details: E-mail completed application and resume to: NO LATER than April 25 by 5:00 PM.
(Cover letter is optional)

If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us.
Also, if you would like to stay in the loop for all things related to the Marketing Club be sure to 'like' our Facebook page and/or visit our Marketing Webpage to see who your current officers are!

Theo Chocolate Tour

Marketing Club just got back from a very successful tour of Theo Chocolate, Seattle's original chocolate factory. We learned about the operations of one of America's only bean-to-bar chocolate factories and tasted delicious chocolate every step of the way, from Venezuelan dark chocolate to coconut curry chocolate to a whiskey ganache.

Thanks to everyone who went and hope you enjoyed all the free chocolate!

Monday, March 4, 2013

Marketing Club hosts Bryan Richardson!

Join Marketing Club for our next meeting with executive speaker Bryan Richardson, director of Interaction Design at Varolii Corporation! With more than thirty years of experience in visual graphics, innovative sound design, and brand identity, Bryan Richardson leads Varolii in its unique approach to customer interaction and relations management and was recently recognized with the Customer Interaction Solutions 2011 Speech Technology Excellence Award by Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC). 

Join us Thursday, March 7 from 12:20-1:20 in Pigott 103 to hear Bryan speak about his experience and advice to students interested in marketing, sales, public relations, or information technology. As always, free food will be provided - Jimmy John's, anyone?

Not familiar with Varolii or Customer Interaction Management? Check out the awesome video below for some background information before the meeting!

Monday, February 25, 2013

Join us for The Greatest Movie Ever Sold!

Join Marketing Club tomorrow (Tuesday, February 26) from 6-8pm in Bannan 102 to watch Morgan Spurlock's hilarious new documentary on product placement and the advertising industry!

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