The Nor'easters provides much more to its members than just meetings. Check back here regularly for news on the latest chapter happenings.
December Dinner/Holiday Mixer
The Nor'easters chapter hosted its annual holiday mixer and dinner on December 6. As usual, the limited seating of 30 attendees was quickly filled. Participants enjoyed good food and good cheer with other New England proposal professionals at Cafe Escadrille in Burlington, MA. The chapter also collected new, unwrapped toys for its annual toy drive.
Best of App Maven Webinar [postponed]
The planned November 2 webinar "Best of App Maven: PC Tools and Apps that Deliver on a Shoe String Budget," to be presented by Beth Wingate of Lohfeld Consulting, had to be postponed due to illness. Look for a rescheduled event in early 2013!
Nor'easters Fall Symposium Held September 27
The Nor'easters chapter held its Sixth Annual Fall Symposium on September 27 at the Hilton Boston/Dedham Hotel in Dedham, MA. This year's theme was "#WIN". If you missed the event, you can view all of the symposium presentations by logging into the chapter's member library.
As in past years, the chapter offered APMP Foundation-level accreditation training (provided by Lohfeld Consulting) the day before the symposium (September 26). Over 100 attendees were on hand for many great presentations, including by keynote speaker Vicki Hitzges.
Nor'easters FREE Town Hall Webinar Held June 21
The Nor'easters hosted an APMP Town Hall Webinar, presented by Rick Harris, APMP's Executive Director. Rick gave an overview and update of the Association, including Accreditation and Membership news. He also provided highlights from May's Bid & Proposal Con in Dallas. A PDF version of Rick's presentation is now archived in the member library. Click here to sign in to the library.
March 29 Dinner Meeting
The Westin Waltham Boston Hotel was the location for the Nor'easters first event of 2012. Robin Davis, of Robin Davis Consulting, presented "Take Your Kickoff Meeting Up a Notch" to a large, appreciative crowd, including proposal professionals who traveled from Rhode Island.