Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) – Claremont, CA
I’ll be visiting the Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) campus this coming Wednesday to talk about social media in regulated industries as well as personal branding on social. It should be fun!
Don’t know about KGI? Learn more about the school, just minutes away from my alma mater.
Slides will be posted here after the event. Or check Slideshare.
Social Media Club LA – @smc_LA
It’s not too late to RSVP and grab your ticket for Monday night’s panel – “Can I Tweet That?” Social Media in Regulated Industries.
I’m moderating a fantastic panel – Julie MacMedan (VP of Investor Relations, Demand Media); Julie Linn (VP of Compliance, Green Dot); Erik Deutsch (Principal, Excel PR); Dustin Luther (Head of Social Media, Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp.), and Serena Ehrlich (Director of Marketing, Mogreet). These guys are experts in working through the rules and regs of a regulated industry and still moving social media forward within public companies.
If you’re interested in social media in PUBLIC companies, you should attend! We’re adding that extra layer that all regulated companies have to deal with. Learn about this side of things.
Tickets are only $15. We try to keep all SMCLA events affordable so everyone can join in the conversation. They are usually $10 before the day of the event!
We’ll be at the Yahoo! Community Center on the corner of 26th and Broadway in Santa Monica. Park in the underground parking lot, and we’ll validate your parking. (You know I love free parking!) If you’re familiar with the Daily Grill in Santa Monica, it’s on the other side of the block.
RSVP HERE: smclajuly2012regulated.eventbrite.com
Sorry for the delay! If you’re a LinkedIn connection of mine, you’ll see this deck was posted a while ago. For those of you visiting from The Drucker School, please feel free to use this deck. (Just remember to give credit where credit is due – the usual manners.)
The Drucker School of Management, Claremont Graduate University
I’ll be heading to my alma mater, the Drucker School of Business, today to speak on social media to the Student Marketing Association. The president asked if I could speak about my experiences in social media and the latest trends. While this is supposed to be an easy topic for me to delve into, it wasn’t. I ended up with a deck that I hope the students could take back to their employers (or for themselves) to use as ammo and back-up. Maybe next time, I can present a practical guide to starting a social media program!
I’ll be posting my deck on Slideshare as well as here. So check back later! I’ll post a recap of what happens tonight!