Best practice social media in EMEA and globally – Find out how at our free breakfast seminar

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just a few places left at our international social media seminar

Come and receive best practice hints and tips from Facebook’s agency in Italy, social media insights in Eastern Europe from a leading Czech agency and the strategic choices faced by international brands by the UK’s leading social engagement consultant.

In just one hour the seminar will:

  • highlight the strategic choices faced by international
    organisations when developing a global/international social media strategy
  • provide special insight about what works in Central and Southern Europe
  • provide useful hints and tips on best practices.

Delivered by Diego Biasi, Italy’s foremost authority on social media and adviser to Facebook, Patrik Schober, the CEO of the leading social PR agency in the Czech republic and, Crispin Manners, the creator of breakthrough social engagment techniques for Unilever, Wall Street institute and CA Technologies.

The presentations will draw on client case studies as well as give clear guidance on the key steps to take to develop a productive social media programme. Special insight will be provided about what works in Central and Eastern Europe and Southern Europe, as well as key tips for a global strategy.

The seminar will take place on Tuesday, 29th May 2012 at the Institute of Physics in Central London.

There are just a few spaces left at this free seminar – so register today to secure your place by replying to katie.henry@kaizo.co.uk

Agenda

8.00 am Registration and continental breakfast

8.30 am Social media in Central and Eastern Europe – Patrik Schober, CEO PRAM Consulting, Prague

8.50 am Social media in Southern Europe – Diego Biasi, CEO, Business Press, Milan

9.10 am The strategic choices for global social media programmes – Crispin Manners, Director, Kaizo, London

9.30 am Questions and close.

Venue address:

The Institute of Physics
76 Portland Place
London
W1B 1NT
UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 7470 4884

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