Revisit: SMART 2014


Social Marketing Advances in Research and Theory, Lake Louise, Canada, 17-19 Oct 2014; Deadline now 1 Jun

Call for Papers – Second Round!
Social Marketing Advances in Research and Theory (SMART) Conference
October 17-19, 2014
Chateau Lake Louise, Canada 

Hosted by the Center for Socially Responsible Marketing at the University of Lethbridge

We have room for several more papers at the fourth “Social Marketing Advances in Research and Theory” (SMART) conference. As a result, we are providing a second round of submission with a later deadline.  Papers in the area of Social Marketing and Nonprofit Marketing are most welcome.

The conference will provide an intimate forum for presenting and discussing high quality theoretical and empirical social marketing and non-profit research, as well as an opportunity to network with other scholars working in social and nonprofit marketing. 

The SMART conference will be held October 17th – 19th, 2014 at the Chateau Lake Louise, in Banff National Park, Canada (  We have arranged an amazing $189 a night rate.  The registration rate is $500 and includes all meals on Saturday (breakfast, breaks, lunch, and keynote dinner).

Original manuscripts and special topic sessions are sought for presentation at the conference.  In an effort to accommodate all high quality manuscripts, there is no specific social marketing theme. In addition to social marketing manuscripts, nonprofit and corporate social responsibility manuscripts are also welcome.  All manuscripts will be blind peer reviewed. 

Submission deadline is June 1, 2014.  Submit all documents electronically to

Notification of acceptance will be made no later than July 15, 2014.  You will receive electronic confirmation of your submission within one week.  If you do not receive confirmation please email or send a fax to (403) 329-2038 attn: Mike Basil.

Manuscripts in their final stages should be submitted as competitive papers. Manuscripts representing work that is still in its formative stages should be submitted as working papers. Abstracts (5 pages) will be considered, however, a full-length version of the paper is preferred for review. Papers should not exceed 20, double spaced pages, including text, references, figures and tables. The first page of the manuscript should begin with the title only. Author names should not be included in any part of the paper except the title page.

Special topic session proposals should be no more than six pages.  Include a description of the intended session format, a summary of the intended session content and a rationale for inclusion of the session at the SMART conference.

Authors of competitive papers will give 20 minute presentations of their work. Authors of working papers will provide five minute presentations to pique audience interest, which will then be followed by poster sessions to allow for in-depth discussions. Special topic sessions will be 1 ½ hours long.

Manuscript submissions should adhere to the following format:

First Page

1. Title of manuscript or special topic session

2. Authors’/participants’ names, affiliations, and positions (author/participant identification does not appear again).

3. Primary contact person with full name, title, address, telephone, fax, and email information.

4. Type of submission (competitive paper, working paper, or special topic session).

5. Please indicate your willingness to serve as a reviewer.  Reviewers will receive no more than three papers (probably one or two), and will have at least one month for review.

Second page
1. Title of manuscript or special topic session
2. Up to 150 word abstract
3. Keywords

Third page

Begin body of manuscript or special topic session proposal

The Centre for Socially Responsible Marketing at the University of Lethbridge seeks to create and disseminate research in the areas of social marketing, nonprofit marketing, and social responsibility. For more information see our website at: