Welcome to PM Forum West Midlands
The PM Forum is a 4,000 strong regionally-based professional body, dedicated to raising the standards of professional services marketing and enhancing the credibility of marketers working in professional service firms worldwide.
The West Midlands regional events take place in Birmingham city centre at various venues. Membership to the PM Forum is corporate so attendance at all core events is free to all staff of member firms. Sign up here!
We attract a diverse audience covering marketers in a professional services firm including accountancy, law, property and management consultants. We also welcome partners and senior fee-earners with a marketing remit and agencies/suppliers to the sector.
Educational events with networking opportunities are planned for each year and topics are taken from the annual member research and current trends.
Details of future events:
Further info and RSVP
Tuesday 1 March 2016
Mentor not Minotaur
As marketing and BD professionals in the professional service sector, we can all appreciate the daily challenges that we face. Working in a highly charged and ever changing environment there are times that we may feel we are working with Minotaurs as we find ourselves in situations which test our resolve, result in us not knowing which way to turn and sometimes seeking solace in a crafty glass of vino - yet rarely do we seek support from anyone outside of our organisation. Over the years, many professionals have convinced themselves that Mentors are for new entrants and have to be from inside our respective organisations, yet if you look at the dictionary definition of Mentor: 'an experienced and trusted advisor’ we would all occasionally benefit from an unbiased independent sounding board.
If you would like to receive regular invites to events, please register online.
Benefits of corporate membership are:
If you wish to learn more about membership and the events, please contact Maggie O'Neill on 020 7786 9786.
Regional Chair: Jo Cartwright, KPMG
Regional Director: Simon McNidder, Database First Aid Limited
Penelope Freeston, EY
Kirsty Gallagher, Forresters
Michael Goodwin, KPMG