I’ll be presenting on ‘Using Social Media for Competitive Advantage’ at the Social Media in Business conference in London on Friday 23rd October:
“The conference examines how social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, are having a major impact on business practices and culture. How can these tools be utilised, how can you employ strategies within your company to increase profitability, sustain reputation and empower your employees to be brand ambassadors. Indeed should you employ internal social networks within your own organisation as a means of facilitating a sharing community amongst your employees, or should you use public open platforms?
These tools can be highly disruptive to any company and are changing the fabric of communications through PR and marketing, you can no longer sit back and watch this unfold, you need strategies in place, you need to know what to say, how to say it, and when to say it.
Conferences of this type ordinarily have a price tag of x4 or x5 the ticket price!
We are thankful to our sponsors who enable us to bring this conference to you at an affordable figure.
Register now and join the smart thinkers, stay ahead of the game!”
Other speakers at the conference include:
- Daren Forsyth (140characters.co.uk)
- Benjamin Ellis (Redcatco)
- Ged Carroll (RuderFinn)
- Eaon Pritchard (Geronimo)
- Charlie Osmand (FreshNetworks)
- Peter Crosby (Viadeo)
- Judith De-Cabbit (iLevel)
- Joanne Jacobs (JoanneJacobs)
- Neville Hobson (NevilleHobson)
- Will McInnes (NixonMcInnes)
- Katy Howell (Immediate Future)
- Robin Grant, (we are social)
The cost of attendance is just £161 and readers of this blog can benefit from an additional 15% discount if they quote the following code when booking: 15SBIZ.