[Libs-Or] ORSLA Competitive Intelligence Seminar with Ameilia Kassel
SusanMecklem at dwt.com
Wed Sep 10 11:48:09 PDT 2008
ORSLA Valley Event - Amelia Kassel on Competitive Intelligence
Please join ORSLA for a Competitive Intelligence Seminar in Salem,
Oregon. Amelia Kassel, expert searcher, trainer, consultant and research
analyst will provide an overview of the CI field while covering new
roles for info pros and some key CI techniques and sources.
Brunch, Salem, Oregon
Date: Sat., Sept 27, 10am - 1pm
Location: J. James Restaurant http://www.jjamesrestaurant.com (downtown
Salem, across street from Salem Convention Ctr)
Fee: $20 for ORSLA members; $30 for non-members; includes brunch and
Competitive Intelligence presentation
Speaker: Amelia Kassel, www.marketingbase.com, on Competitive
Sophisticated competitive intelligence activities are primarily the
purview of information professionals in large corporate settings with
some public, academic and law librarians aware of the field. CI can also
be used in nonprofit settings by development and prospect researchers
who must compete for dollars and major donors. Fundamentally, CI is
important for understanding the marketplace and positioning libraries
and information centers in a competitive world. CI research provides
critical information for clients and users who must understand the
competitive landscape and require market intelligence, whether a
business is large or small.
To register for this event, complete the form located at:
Deadline to register for the event is September 17, 2008. If you have
questions please contact Jennifer Jenkins at jennifer.jenkins at hp.com.
J. James Restaurant
325 High St. SE
Susan Mecklem | Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
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