Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 9, 2009
The On Hold Messaging Association, OHMA, will hold their ninth annual conference in Atlanta, March 19 - 21, 2009, at the Renaissance Concourse Hotel Atlanta Airport. The conference will promote creative and marketing strategies for the on hold messaging industry. The three-day event will feature several dynamic speakers covering topics ranging from diversity marketing, music licensing and motivation, to defining and adapting to new markets.
Television host and former NFL quarterback Steve Bartkowski will be the featured speaker. Drawing on a career that spans professional sports, television and private industry, Bartkowski will open the conference with a presentation entitled "What I've Learned."
Jeffery Halter, author 'Selling to Men, Selling to Women, The Significant Impact of Gender Communications in the Selling Process', will discuss the importance of the different communication styles of men and women, and how to use them to your marketing advantage.
Guest speaker Daniela Campari is a marketing specialist who has worked with some of the best global brands and companies in the world, including Coca-Cola. She will share her insights on marketing, innovation and integration solutions, and discuss how companies can approach, define and organize for "new success."
John Bonaccorso, Director of Licensing for the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, will be featured in a general session focused on using copyrighted music over telephone systems.
Radio personality and marketing consultant Ray Seggern will address the changing world of business and advertising.
The conference will include networking opportunities, breakout sessions, an industry tradeshow, a gala dinner and an awards ceremony.
The On Hold Messaging Association (OHMA) is an international organization composed of audio marketing agencies committed to expanding awareness of the On Hold Messaging industry, promoting ethical and professional business practices, assisting independent On Hold Messaging agencies in the development of their businesses, and enhancing the relationship between member agencies and their clients through education, self-regulation, and service and support excellence.
For more information, go to http://www.ohma.org or email them at info (at) ohma (dot) org.