The San Francisco chapter of the American Marketing Association is the leading organization for professional and student marketers in the Bay Area.

Founded in 1937, our chapter reflects the innovation, standards of excellence, and industry and population diversity for which the Bay Area is known and celebrated.

Our goal is to advance our members’ professional capabilities and career development opportunities, while connecting with the Bay Area's marketing community at large.

We provide a variety of services and benefits to our members, such as:
* Monthly educational and networking programs
*SIG programs focused on new advances in marketing, PR and advertising.
*Professional development through volunteer and leadership opportunities
*Published resources to help keep members current on the latest innovations in marketing
*A robust collegiate program, in concert with leading Bay Area universities
*A job bank to assist members seeking their next career opportunity
*Opportunities to attend partner events and conventions.

We also cooperate with the American Marketing Association to host periodic programs sponsored at the national level, such as:
* Webinars
* Seminars
* Continuing Education

Our organization – 100% volunteer run – works 12 months a year to bring these benefits to the Bay Area marketing community. We warmly invite individuals and corporations to learn about membership in our chapter.

We are always looking for volunteers for areas such as events, communication, PR, and blogging, just to name a few areas.

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    Golden Opportunities (GO) 2.0 says:

    "The San Francisco American Marketing Association’s (SFAMA) Open Source communities are all about creating our own concepts and branded content . We understand that the powerful new markets created by Open Source values are transparent, operating in real-time. They are controlled by people, not companies, are global, highly reactive, flooded with information, and are made up of millions of interlinked niches. We understand that for marketing strategies to be effective, they must reflect this new marketplace.The power of Open Source values can be unleashed to create marketing campaigns that are innovative, surprising, energetic, and engaging—campaigns that people want to join. The SFAMA community is all about sharing, collaboration, and building the knowledge base for everyone listening.

    Golden Ashby
    SFAMA Director of Emerging Media"

    August 13th, 2010

July 2010