Over 350 senior social media professionals will gather in New York next week, 12-13 June 2013 at upcoming Summit
In its 4th year the Summit has established itself as the meeting place for the latest social media professionals. The likes of ARAMARK, Bank of America, Staples, Proctor and Gamble, Visa, Yum Brands, BP, Vonage and many more.
This year the Summit will go one step further and feature 8 Chief Marketing Officers. The CMOs, from Hertz Corporation, Chobani, Outback Steakhouse, Sears and Footlocker, will be outlining how social media sits within their marketing plans including. Taking the discussion to the next level…
There will be a further 40+ corporate social media speakers sharing their latest ideas and challenges. This Summit will bring together the best in social media, communications and marketing to discuss how businesses can become truly social.
“…hearing how others are evolving in the social media space. I will be sharing some of the lessons we have learned (i.e., the good, the bad and the ugly) as we have looked to increase our overall brand transparency” states Heather Oldani, Senior Director of Communications at McDonald’s.
Some of the key topics at this year’s Corporate Social Media Summit Include; advancing social media to improve consumer accessibility, turning your data into actionable insight and engaging across multiple markets to name just a few.
“This year is by far the biggest corporate meeting place for big brands to discuss social media best practice. We are pleased to have so many big brands involved this year to share their expert knowledge to our corporate audience” Hayley Dunn, Conference Director at Useful Social Media
Further details on attending the summit, including the full agenda visit http://events.usefulsocialmedia.com/newyork/
For more information:
Useful Social Media
T: +44 (0)207 3757 236
June 2014, New York
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