Imagine SMWLDN HQ as a beehive – we’re all buzzing around like crazy in preparations for this September’s events. More and more events are being published each day and in London, we’ve gone over 400 unique event registrations already! Considering attendee registation only opened Tuesday afternoon, that’s pretty impressive!
As we’ve mentioned, this year we’ll have 8 content hubs around the city – and we’re very happy to announce that the Advertising & Marketing Hub, being held at Facebook will be sponsored by EngageSciences.
EngageSciences is a social marketing platform provider with a difference. Avoiding the rigid templates of the first generation of vendors, brands can deliver exceptionally rich social experiences to engage consumers. Using social data to build up a unique picture of how people are interacting with brands and how they are influencing their friends to engage, EngageSciences gives marketers the tools to run ongoing advocacy programs to increase the lifetime value of fans.
With offices in London, Oxford and New York the company has clients in over 50 countries including brands such as Net A Porter, Play.com, Nokia, Stella Artois, Daily Mail Group and Home Shopping Network. The capabilities of the platform are backed-up by a world-class services team of experienced social marketers.
During Social Media Week, EngageSciences will be providing a sneak preview of the latest version of the platform, due for launch in Q4 2012, to get feedback from the social media community. We believe that our new release provides significant innovations in how to bridge community management and marketing, helping social media managers win more influence with senior management. Come see us, we want your feedback!
Tues 25th Sept, 2.00pm – 4.oopm at Advertising & Marketing Hub at Facebook
The Daily Mail Group, Play.com and EngageSciences discuss how social marketing is changing and the processes organisations need to put in place to generate real world value. The social media managers of today could be the CMOs of tomorrow if they are able to help their organisations leverage the opportunity that marketing on Facebook represents to the bottom line. This session will look at some of the strategies that leading brands are implementing and the results they are getting. Don’t miss it.