You're invited to see 17 speakers discuss and debate the state of social media in Australian business.Sydney
Updated on January 29th, 2013
Are you a CMO, marketing or communications manager, entrepreneur, CEO, community manager or social media practitioner?
Discover where social media is going in today’s business world. From its impact now & in the future, to how we compare to the rest of the world, where the opportunities are, how to build your profile & community, and how social media is being used in established businesses and in fast-growth firms.
Learn from the speakers’ real-world business experience. Be entertained and challenged in a thought provoking series of panel discussions and short, sharp, 18 minute TED-style presentations.
Meet The Speakers
Adam FranklinMarketing Manager at Bluewire Media @Franklin_Adam Welcome address + lessons from the USA trip
Melissa Jun RowleyChange agent and CNN journalist @melissarowley Co-host & International Keynote
Jeff Bullas#11 Forbes Most Influential in Social Media @jeffbullas The Blogger who built a profile one tweet at a time
Iggy PintadoDirector of Solutions and Marketing at UXC Connect @iggypintado Connection Generation
Laurel PapworthTop 100 Influential Women on Twitter and Online Community Manager @SilkCharm Social Media Money - 22 revenue streams in social media
Georgina DentReporter at BRW Magazine @georgiedent Navigating Social Media
Jess WhittakerBrand Evangelist at BuzzNumbers @jessdoubleya Navigating Social Media
Vivienne StoreyGeneral Manager at Blands Law @mysocialpolicy Navigating Social Media
Brett KellyCEO at Kelly+Partners @KellyPartners Using LinkedIn to save a fortune on recruiting
Mike O'HaganOwner/Founder at MiniMovers @mrminimovers How marketing has really changed – the views of an Australian Entrepreneur
Simon TownsendInnovation Manager at Deloitte @wittering The benefits of a socially enabled business
Valerie KhooManaging Director at Sydney Writers' Centre @valeriekhoo The Future: where to from here for Australian business?
Ross DawsonFuturist @rossdawson The Future: where to from here for Australian business?
Sharon WilliamsCEO & Founder at Taurus Marketing @SharonWilliams_ The Future: where to from here for Australian business?
Jonathan CrossfieldBlogger at Atomik Soapbox @kimota Message VS Medium: which is more important?
Amanda GonzalezManaging Director at Untangle the Web @untangle Message VS Medium: which is more important?
Glenn MurrayCopywriter & author of SEO Secrets at Divine Write @divinewrite Message VS Medium: which is more important?
Event: Social Media Down Under 2012
Date: Wed 13th June, 8am – 6pm
Venue: Maritime Museum Auditorium, 2 Murray St, Darling Harbour, Sydney
Format: 18 mins TED-style – with 5 mins Q&A
Numbers are limited.
Get up close with 17 social media professionals in an intimate auditorium in Sydney’s Darling Harbour.
What do you think?
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