Due to the ever increasing popularity of the Digital Doughnut meet-ups, we have moved to a bigger, brighter venue. Far Rockaway is located on Curtain Road and very close to both Shoreditch Overground Station and Old Street Underground Station so very easy to find. We are pleased to let you know that we will be offering exclusive drinks offers to all attendees and food will be available to purchase throughout the evening.
Where: Far Rockaway, 97-113 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3BS
When: Tuesday September 29th, 2015 at 6:30PM - Late!
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Come along and network with talented digital marketers, hear great ideas and socialize in one of the oldest and most established meet-ups communities in London. Don't forget to bring business cards to hand out to the great people you will meet and to be added to our prize draw at the end of the night.
September's topic is 'The Power of Social', hear from our expert speakers:
6:30 Registration & Networking
8:00 Groovy Gecko:'Using Social Media To Deliver Unique Live Experiences'
8:40 Hootsuite:'The Third Wave of Social Media in Business'
9:00 Networking & Drinks
Andy Whyte, Regional Manager, Sprinklr
Andy is a self confessed social media and technology geek. He has experience in working with all types of software company from failed, bootstrap and heavily funded startups through to giant corporations like Oracle.
How the power of social is allowing global brands to do some really interesting things. Giving clear examples and details of how social is helping these brands conenct to their audience and improve their overall offering, some of these you may not expect.
Jake Ward, Business Development Director, Groovy Gecko
Jake has worked in the streaming media industry for more than 17 years and began his career producing streamed audio bulletins for CNBC, later becoming deputy editor of AV at the Financial Times producing cutting-edge business broadband programming. Since leaving the Financial Times he has advised businesses including BT, Lenovo, ITV, National Grid, and IBM on using streaming media to communicate with their key audiences. In that time, he has webcast from around the world and developed video strategies for major high street names.
'Using Social Media To Deliver Unique Live Experiences'
- Social Streaming: Using social media to deliver unique live experiences to your audience and what you can expect in return.
- Why you should be considering the advantages of using live video content with your social audience.
- What is the value of the content you are delivering to your audience.
Rylan Holey, Partner Manager, Hootsuite
Rylan is responsible for Hootsuite's Global Agency Partner Program in EMEA, supporting agencies as they advise their clients on how social media can revolutionise communications via social.
He has a firm belief in the transformative power of social media in the enterprise. Rylan sees the future business having a socially empowered workforce, with social media aligned to core business objectives and treated as an infrastructure.
Prior to Hootsuite, Rylan was a marketer across B2B and B2C. He led digital marketing and social media at the international law firm SJ Berwin and also at Wigmore Hall, the world's leading chamber music venue.
'The Third Wave of Social Media in Business'
How organisations are riding, and even ducking, waves of social media to become social organisations by thinking big, using meaningful measurement and changing perceptions of social media with the business.
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