Committee Functions

 

I. Records & Recognition Committee :

1. To establish and implement the rules governing the granting of awards.

2. To institute and review standards for judging recommendations for awards.

3. To be on the constant lookout for individuals or entities which can be recommended to the board as winners in the various categories.

4. To invite members to submit entries for awards.

5. To recommend to the board designs for awards, trophies, and certificates.

6. To submit to the Board the committee budget for the year.

7. To require each chairman to submit a complete report on each and every single project completed, not later than two weeks after and submit a summary report to the EVP at year-end, for awards consideration.

8. Generally, to devise means of giving recognition to deserving members.

 

II. Meetings Committee :

1. To recommend speakers for general meetings.

2. To invite speakers for general meetings.

3. To arrange for an appropriate entertainment number at every general meeting.

4. To select a master of ceremonies and another person to introduce the guest at every general meeting.

5. To inquire from all other committees regarding announcements for inclusion in the program.

6. To prepare and arrange for the printing of the program.

7. To prepare a list of persons to be seated at the main table at every general meeting.

8. To arrange for the use of halls, rooms, and similar accomodations for the general meeting.

9. To arrange for the meals to be served at general meetings.

10. To handle te setting up of decorations, such as flags, banners, seals, floral arrangements, “welcome” signs, and other logistical requirements.

11. To invite such special guests to general meetings as will encourage greater participation among the members, and generally to take charge of inviting guests to the association.

12. To be responsible for assuring that every PMA program is conducted according to correct and accepted protocol.

13. Otherwise, to layout a program of activities for the whole year; determine topics,speakers,venues,dates, time and attire.

14. To submit a complete report to the EVP on each and every single project completed, not later than two weeks after.

15. To submit a summary report to the EVP at year-end for awards considerations.

 

III. Attendance Committee :

1. To Promote good attendance at general meeting and special functions.

2. To drum up perfect attendance for every meeting, equally dividing among the committee members the membership list for a telephone follow- up starting one week from the date, of the affair, rotating this list among themselves month to month; likewise to devise means such as personal telephone calls,particularly those who are habitual absentees, to attend geenral meetings and special functions.

3. To keep official records on the attendance of all members at general meetings and special functions.

4. To render to the Membership Committee monthly attendance reports on members who have been absent from general meetings (including special functions considered as general meetings)for four consecutive times.

5. To submit monthly reports showing the rise or decline in attendance of members, at general meetings.

6. To constitute themselves as the welcome / reception committee during meetings.

7. To assist the Officers and Directors in greeting members and guests and introducing them to one another.

8. To submit a complete report to the EVP on each and every single project completed, two weeks after.

9. To submit a summary report to the EVP at year-end, for awards consideration.

 

IV. Membership Commitee:

1. To drum up increased enrollment in the Association of Corporate and individual members, preferably from the top 1,000 corporations, recommending their recruitment and extending them the corresponding invitation and follow-up.

2. To draw up and implement the rules governing membership.

3. To recommend to the Board revisions, if necessary, of these rules and procedures governing membership.

4. To update at the end of every quarter the official roster of the association.

5. To report regularly to the Board the standing of members, (wheter active, delinquent or not, etc.)

6. To plan drives to get new members, and get old members back.

7. To screen applicants for membership and to conduct orientation sessions for new members.

8. To recommend to the Board the suspension or expulsion or reprimand in proper case of members who are delinquent in the payment of their obligations to the Association, who are perennial absentees.

9. To maintain records on the activities of each member and to ensure that every newly-inducted member shall be a member of at least one committee.

10. To submit a complete report to the EVP at year-end, for awards consideration.

11. To submit a summary report to the EVP at year-end, for awards consideration.

 

V. Fellowship Committee :

1. To plan at least two fellowship get-togethers during the year.

2. To assistthe Officers and Directors in the reception of members and guests at meetings and see to it that new members get mixed with old members, Officers, and Directors, to bring closer acquaintanceship and warmer camaraderie.

3. To conceive other measures to ensure greater camaraderie among the general membership.

4. To submit a complete report to the EVP on each and every single project completed, two weeks after.

5. To submit a summary report at year-end, for awards consideration.

 

VI. Sports Committee

1. To layout and implement a year-round program of sports avtivities in consultation with the EVP so as not to conflict with other PMA activities taking into consideration the membership meetings, seminars and workshops that go on schedule so that no conflicts or overlaps of time and dates occur.

2. To recommend to the Board awards, trophies, etc. to winning teams and individuals.

3. To record good sportsmanship in the conduct of all sport activities, bearing in mind that winning is not the end of all sport.

4. To arrange for the suitable venues for the ativities.

5. To submit a completed, not later than two weeks after.

6. To submit a summary report to the EVP at year-end, for awards consideration.

 

VII. Education Committee:

1. To layout and implement a year-round programof seminars that would meet the marketing demands of the time.

2. To invite directors, speakers and prospective participants for the seminars.

3. To keep abreast with the needs of the Marketing Community.

4. To prepare promotion materials e.g. printed brochures, advertisements way ahead of time to drum up participation in every seminar.

5. To submit a complete report to the EVP on each and every single project completed, notlater than two weeks after.

6. To submit a summary report to the EVP at year-end, for awards consideration.

 

VIII. CPM Committee:

1. To develop an understanding of the cultural, legal and lifestyle dimensions of various Asia Pacific markets.

2. To make marketers understand the different stages of progress in the Asia Pacific countries, and the applicability of various marketing strategies for each market.

3. To furnish and promote a sound foundation of business practices within the Asia Pacific markets.

4. To enhance marketers’ knowledge and skills by integrating the concepts and strategic frameworks taught in previous courses towards analyzing specific marketing cases on the Asia Pacific region.

5. To help Filipino marketing executive become certified professional marketers.

 

IX. Workshop / Symposia Committee:

1. To organize workshop for PMA members to keep them informed of the latest development in the marketing world.

2. To submit a complete reportto the EVP on each and every single project completed, not later than two weeks after.

3. T submit a summary report to the EVP at year-end, for awards consideration.

 

X. Chapter Formation Committee:

1. To look into areas where settings up of chapter can be made possible.

2. To provide necessary information in chapter formation.

3. To submit a complete report to the EVP on each and every single project completed, not later than two weeks after.

4. To submit a summary report to the EVP at year-end, for awards consideration.

 

XI. Chapter Services Committee:

1. To look for possible areas where services of Officers are needed.

2. To look over the needs of the various PMA Chapters and submit a proposal to the Board for possible solutions.

3. To submit a complete report to the EVP on each and every single project completed, not later than two weeks after.

4. To submit a summary report to the EVP at year-end, for awards consideration.

 

XII. Governmental Affairs Committee:

1. To monitor government policies and measures affecting marketing and to make representation/ present position paper on behalf of the Association before government entities; public hearings, etc.

2. To submit a complete report to the EVP on each and every single project completed, not later than two weeks after.

3. To submit a summary report to the EVP at year-end, for awards consideration.

 

XIV. Publicity Committee:

1. To arrange for placements of press releases of all Association activities.

2. To issue a news sheet during every meeting on current, latest transition items and other developments affecting the Association, its members, officers and directors, and the Marketing profession in general with plenty of human interest and news bits angles.

3. To submit a complete report to the EVP on each and every single project completed, not later than two weeks after.

4. To submit a summary report to the EVP at year-end, for awards consideration.

 

XV. Publication Committee:

1. To take charge and oversee the publication of PMA Newsletter.

2. To ensure the publication of the Newsletter once a month.

3. To coordinate all information in printed matters of the Association to be distributed either internally or externally, so that a consistent image can be represented to both members and other publics.

4. To submit a budget for the Publication to the Board for approval and to operate within the limitations of the approved budget.

5. To submit a complete report to the EVP on each and every single project completed not later than two weeks after.

6. To submit summary report to the EVP at year-end for awards consideration.

 

XVI. Special Events Committee:

1. To undertake special projects to fund various PMA activities.

2. To carry out special projects to generate additional income for the association.

3. To submit a complete report to the EVP on each and every single project completed, not later than two weeks after.

4. To submit a summary report to the EVP at year-end, for awards consideration.