- Wednesday, February 26, 2014
11:30 a.m. — 1:30 p.m. presentation
- Offices of Wick Fisher White
111 S. Independence Mall East
Philadelphia, PA 19106
- Members, no boxed lunch – complimentary; Members, with boxed lunch – $10
Non-Members, no boxed lunch – $15; Non-Members, with boxed lunch – $25.
THIS EVENT HAS REACHED CAPACITY AND IS CLOSED FOR REGISTRATION.
Please note that attendance is limited to the first 20 registrants at the marketing coordinator level. This program is designed specifically for those who are at least 75% dedicated to proposal development, and are not senior or management level.
Cancellation Policy — Cancellations made by 12:00 a.m. three business days prior to the event will be fully refunded. Due to SMPS Philadelphia’s commitment with meeting facilities for food and beverage quantities, all cancellations after that time and no-shows will be ineligible for a refund.
SMPS Philly is proud to announce the launch of a new track of programming geared to assist marketing coordinators and those new to the AEC industry in their careers. The Coordinator’s Club is designed to present basic marketing elements and tools that are instrumental to successful professional development in a more informal setting than the standard chapter programming. These low-pressure, highly collaborative sessions will be great environments for developing networking skills, and serve to jump-start development of a strong peer network.
There will be five Coordinator’s Club sessions in the 2013-2014 program year; the first Coordinator’s Club session was Prezi: From A to Zoom! and the second session was on Defining Differentiators. For our third offering, we present The Proposal Roundtable.
The Proposal Roundtable is a unique opportunity to see what other AEC firms are producing, and to discuss the processes, obstacles, and experiences related to proposal development. An interactive discussion for the purpose of sharing and developing ideas for proposal creation, this is a time for coordinators to ask questions of their peers about how other firms handle the proposal process and develop related materials.
Each attendee is required to bring a proposal to the event to share with others. This will help to generate discussion and provide an opportunity to gain new understanding in order to develop creative and useful ideas that can be brought back to the workplace. No one will be allowed to participate, even if pre-registered, without bringing a copy of a typical proposal* from their firm to use in the roundtable.
*The proposal that you bring will leave with you and will not be copied or photographed. You can black out or cover fees or any other confidential information.
1. Understand layout and design in proposal making.
2. Determine the best methods for compiling proposal details.
3. Resolve unanswered questions pertaining to proposal design and development.
4. Interact with professional peers and develop a network of go-to people for future questions.
This program is eligible for 1.5 CPSM credits.[mappress mapid=”41″]
Wick Fisher White
111 S. Independence Mall East, Suite 400, Philadelphia
(215) 627-0200 | www.wfweng.com