Thursday, February 26, 2009

Winning with social media

Breathing a sigh of relief after the BrandoSocial 'Winning with Social Media' event at the Soho Hotel in central London this morning.
We've been getting some great feedback via twitter already:

FoluB: Good talk from @davidcushman at the #Brandosocial seminar. He and Alan Moore talked a lot of sense
farhan: just finished a great morning listening to some social media greats including @davidcushman, and co from @brandosocial
badgergravling: @davidcushman Interesting event and will be in touch shortly...
about 1 hour ago from web
tshelton: @davidcushman thanks for letting me come! fun to see your terrific team in action and spreading the word that social media is inevitable
msamayoa: Enjoying a truly inspired state of mind after Brando Social's event! Lots to process and then share. More soon... Me = :D!!!
madejadomuelta: I have attended this morning to the Brando Social event. It was just brilliant. Congratulations!!

All this - and I got to see Mr T from the A-team when we went down to check out to do a technical run-thru the day before :-)

Seriously, big thanks to my fellow speakers Luke Brynley-Jones, Alan Moore, Chris Thorpe and Jamie Burke. And to Dominic Campbell who joined in for the panel at the end. You rocked guys. Find out more about all of them and their services here.

For those who couldn't be there, we're going to add video of the whole thing to the BrandoSocial website in the next couple of days.

Attendees also got a nice glossy copy of our white paper 'What Is Social Media'. You can get a downloadable version free here.

Just for the sake of clarity, BrandoSocial is a full service social media agency where I'm Director of Social Media.

I'm now looking forward to speaking to MA students on the online publishing course at Leicester De Montford Uni tomorrow morning. If any of you have any questions you'd like me to think about in advance, drop me an email?

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1 comment:

  1. I remember this seminar. I stopped in the Soho Hotel during my business tour thorough easyclicktravel. It was fantastic speech.


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