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MKP USA Seeks National Event Planner

by adminmkpusa on June 1, 2015

MKP USA is seeking to engage an event planner to plan, budget, market and execute a National Meeting for MKP USA  and its members in early to middle 2016.

Strong Candidates have:

  • significant event planning and event management experience
  • a strong resume with current client references who can be contacted

MKP USA would like to engage someone immediately to help determine site, create budget, design marketing, plan content, and coordinate travel for staff and other attendees for 2016 and begin planning a larger event for 2017 that may include participants outside of MKP USA.

MKP USA would prefer an MKP USA member familiar with the organization who also possesses professional planning experience.

Please contact Julien Devereux at ecrow2003@gmail.com or 469-644-3975 with your contact information and resume or promotional literature.

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