PODCAST: The Inside Scoop on GAIN 2017 from Government Marketing University

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PODCAST: The Inside Scoop on GAIN 2017 from Government Marketing University

 

In the following L&R Communications podcast interview, Government Marketing University Founder and President Lou Anne Brossman, and Ginger Kessler, Director Government Marketing at Brocade, discuss what will be happening at GAIN 2017, and much more.  

Government Marketing University has evolved into a special organization that focuses exclusively on knowledge sharing and skills development in the field of public sector marketing.

A core part of Government Marketing University’s successful mission is its annual GAIN Conference, the only event that provides a learning and collaborative environment for government marketers. 

And, this year’s GAIN Conference will supersede the success from last year’s event – with everything from a special comedic twist to expanded keynote addresses to new educational and networking opportunities.

  • Following are some key highlights from this podcast interview:
  • New happenings at GAIN 2017. (:57)
  • The benefit of sponsoring and attending GAIN 2017. (2:15)
  • Some of the more comedic aspects of GAIN 2017. (4:35)
  • Insights into the power of Government Marketing University’s mentor program. (6:33)
  • New mentor program activities at GAIN 2017. (7:20)
  • Why a seasoned government marketer like Ginger got involved with Government Marketing University. (8:06)
  • Insights into how proceeds from GAIN 2017 will go towards Hurricane Harvey relief. (10:00)
  • Why GAIN 2017 can help any marketer learn new things. (11:11)

Click here to officially register for GAIN 2017. In addition, L&R Communications is proud to be a Master’s Level sponsor along with our partner StoryTech Consulting.

See you all at GAIN 2017 on Friday, October 13th at the Reston Town Center Hyatt.

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Why “Emotionally Intelligent” Government Marketing?

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Why “Emotionally Intelligent” Government Marketing?

Many of us know colleagues or even have family members who completely miss the mark when it comes to having social skills.  The ability to connect with others in a respectful and healthy way is often elusive to many.

The exact same can be said about major brands or companies selling to government.

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