Invite Only: Digital Marketing Roundtable Event

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this event has been postponed. To stay up-to-date, you may still register below to receive event information.

Worlds Collide: How Marketing and HR Can and SHOULD Join Forces

Some things just go together – peanut butter and jelly, cheese and crackers, coffee and mornings. But when you think of Human Resources and Marketing, usually you picture two separate, distinct departments within a company. One tends to focus on internal and the other on external matters. But what if they worked together – specifically for recruiting new talent? It could be a total game-changer for your business.

Start thinking of recruiting and HR as two things that just go together…imagine that HR is a little more like marketing. It’s a recruiter’s job to attract candidates to your company and convince them to apply. It’s a marketer’s job to attract an audience with the goal of getting them to buy a product or service. See what we mean? Pretty similar after all. By embracing collaboration between marketing and HR, certain tips, tricks and tactics will certainly overlap, equaling better success for all.


8:00 – 8:25 Registration, breakfast, and networking
8:30 – 9:15  LEARN: Presentation by Chad Spaude
9:15 – 10:00 SHARE & GROW: Table Discussion

About The Digital Marketing Roundtable: The Digital Marketing Roundtable is a quarterly invite-only event designed to give marketing executives and business leaders the opportunity to network with like-minded professionals in the area while learning how others have been leveraging digital marketing tactics. This event has been designed to address the challenges and interests of professionals who have the responsibility of crafting a marketing strategy, allocating budgets, overseeing the execution, and reporting on the results.

Date & Time

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8:00 AM - 10:00 AM CST


Price: FREE


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