PURCHASE, N.Y. -- A seminar on “The Power of Building Content and Community” will be held Monday, April 7, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Manhattanville’s Reid Castle.
Manhattanville College’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies will host the networking event and marketing panel spotlighting best practices in content marketing and corporate social responsibility from powerful Westchester-based companies.
The event’s panelists include Danielle Cyr, vice president of integrated marketing, Co-Communications; Bob Glazer, chief executive officer ENT and Allergy Associates; Tom Kallish, chief executive officer, Tommie Copper; Peter Storck, senior vice president of research and marketing, House Party; and Stacey Tank, vice president of marketing and chief corporate relations officer, Heineken USA.
The discussion will be moderated by Todd Van Hoosear, vice president of corporate relations and stakeholder engagement, HB Agency, and Manhattanville College GPS professor.
Those who attend will also have an opportunity to participate in a unique social media contest demonstrating the power and innovation of content creation. Guests will use #GPSMarketingPanel to share their real-time comments on the panel and the speakers’ discussion.
“The Power of Building Content and Community” will be the third in GPS’ 20th Anniversary “Insights into Leadership” series, offering speakers with a broad range of business expertise presenting their views on local, national and global trends.
The event is free to the Manhattanville community (students, faculty and alumni) – but for the general public the event is $25 with advance registration and $35 at the door. The email is GPSevents@mville.edu and those interested can register/purchase tickets at https://community.mville.edu/pages/gps-event-4.7.14.
The event is sponsored by Westfair Communications.
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