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Social Media in the Large Enterprise

Get 33% off SMiLE conference

Get a third off the ticket price for the Social Media in the Large Enterprise conference in late September.

The lovely people over at simply-communicate have asked me to return as a ‘table host’ for a third time. But that’s of little importance to you – what’s amazing is that Marc has allowed me to give you 33% off your SMiLE ticket!

Get your ticket via Eventbrite and use my name as the promotional codeWedge

Or just purchase your ticket via this custom link to have 33% taken off the price automatically.

The SMiLE basics:

It’s all about social business – the use of enterprise social networks (ESNs) and new ways of working that bring collaboration to every desktop, tablet, and phone.

If booking later, be sure to use my name as the code to get your discount – Wedge

Social Media in the Large Enterprise

Sharing content internally – driving comms and supporting collaboration

Beyond the stonking agenda, there’s time for group discussions too, and should you wish to talk about ‘social content’ inside the company, as a form of internal communication or as digital collaboration, come find me at ‘my’ table.

There are 33 table hosts in total, so I shan’t be upset if you end up sitting with Sharon O’Dea, Chris Elmitt, Dana Leeson, Benjamin Ellis, Kurt Kragh Sørensen, Rachel Miller, Neville Hobson, Luke Mepham, or Tony Stewart.

I would love to sit at many of their tables. I know there’s more time for networking during the coffee breaks.

[ Wedge ]

P.S. SMiLE is all about internal social networks – the apps, the platforms, the new ways of working. I have just launched an intranet conference – please check it out.

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