OEN PubTalk: Cutting Through The Noise
***Registration is closed. We will take walk-in registration at the door. Come join us!***
The average consumer sees over 10,000 brand messages a day. How is your brand’s message cutting through the noise? We are bringing in entrepreneurs and marketing experts to share their valuable insights and help YOU improve your marketing.
- How to create a marketing campaign that appeals to your audience.
- What marketing channels are right for you.
- How to build and leverage your brand.
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10/09/2019 05:15 PM
10/09/2019 07:00 PM
OEN PubTalk: Cutting Through the Noise
Description of the event
Lucky Lab, 1945 NW Quimby
The OEN PubTalk™ is our flagship monthly happy hour — a perfect starting point for new community members and a great place for established members to make new connections. As always, the program will be preceded by time for casual networking and will include free appetizers and pizza. Registration begins at 5:15 p.m.
Cost: $15 for OEN members; $25 for non-members. We take walk-ins if space allows, but prices will be $20 for OEN members and $35 for non-members at the door. *Sorry, no refunds.*
Not yet an OEN member? Join today and you can get a free pass to our October PubTalk!
CEO & Co-Founder, Talkoot
Brian has spent his entire career managing stories for large brands, first as the global writing director for Adidas, then as the founder and creative director of Thread, a small but mighty commercial writing studio. Thread has helped brands like Adidas, Giro, Jawbone, Umpqua Bank, Sonos and others tell their stories. Brian’s experience in building a high-volume copy production process from scratch was the catalyst that inspired Talkoot.
Sr. Marketing Manager, Vacasa
Caroll Casbeer joined Vacasa in the fall of 2017 after seven years of leading fundraising events in the non-profit sector. As senior marketing manager for Vacasa Real Estate, she develops marketing strategies for one of the company’s major growth initiatives. Caroll’s team of seven supports all marketing functions of the business, from positioning to content strategy to email marketing. Caroll earned her MBA from Portland State University and her Bachelor of Arts from Reed College. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with her dog, Tim Riggins, listening to audiobooks, and pretending that she likes running.
Digital Communications Manager, Bob’s Red Mill
Cassidy Stockton is a strong team leader with 15 years of experience building and growing a powerful social media presence for one of the nation’s most beloved flour companies. In her tenure at Bob’s Red Mill, Cassidy has developed a robust influencer marketing program that generates over 44 million impressions yearly. More than anything, she loves building strong relationships that lead to meaningful social media engagements. She is always looking for an emotional hook in content for the most lasting impact.
Talent Acquisition, KEEN
Andy Shearer found his way to the recruiting industry in Sydney, Australia in 1999 within the agency environment. His experiences in placing IT talent with the Sydney Olympic Organizing Committee and also meeting the surge of skills demand to help prepare organizations for the ‘y2k bug’ reinforced Andy’s strongly held philosophy that the best recruiting outcomes occur when you humanize and individualize the recruiting process. Andy has since recruited within ‘inhouse recruiting teams at Coca Cola, Nike, Tektronix, FEI and Adidas. During his 7 years with Adidas, he helped build recruiting and internship programs while managing talent acquisition for Design, Innovation, Sales and Marketing teams. Twelve months ago he joined Fuerstgroup, the holding company that owns KEEN Footwear and CHROME Industries … where he manages a small and talented team of recruiters who are focused on building an organizational culture that will meet the demands of the future.
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