Snapshot: Walker School Faculty, Students at Annual AMA Conference

| February 26, 2015
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Walker students and faculty at the 54th Annual American Marketing Association Conference

George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology faculty and students attended the 54th Annual American Marketing Association Conference at the St. Louis Zoo on Friday, Feb. 20.

Faculty members David Brennan, Eric Rhiney and Donna Cartwright and seven senior students attended the conference, sponsored by the St. Louis chapter of the American Marketing Association.

The theme of the conference was “Exploring the Future of Marketing” and featured presentations by several regional marketing professionals with the keynote presentation by David Leavitt, Vice President of Marketing for Hostess Brands. These professionals emphasized the knowledge and skills that graduating marketing students would need to be successful in career positions in the marketing field.

The event also included a visit and tour of several St. Louis advertising agencies including Atomic Dust, TOKY and CIC-St. Louis.

Read the full story at the Walker School blog.

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