Next Conference: February 23-27, 2015

Social Media Week



New York’s Initial Schedule

New York’s Initial Schedule

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Today marks an important date for Social Media Week New York, as we unveil our initial schedule for the week!

But before we get to what we are lining up for you, we have some pointers to share first. We’ll officially open registration January 17th but as the weeks go by, you can get ideas from events that others have posted and add current events to your favorites to save time once registration opens.

Signing up is simple:
1) Create an account- or if you already have one, just log in
2) Filter events by city or category
3) Select the events to add my clicking on “favorite”
3) Review your favorites in “My Events” section

You can continue to update and amend your favorites until registration opens on January 17th.

And now for the good stuff. You can find the full schedule here, but to help get you started, we’ve listed out some of our top picks. Over the past few weeks, we’ve been working to curate some of the top leaders in various industries, offering a great selection of keynotes to our New York attendees.

So, we’re very excited that notables like
Social Media Week Global Curator and author Don Tapscott
Jeff Dachis, Co-Founder of Dachis Group and former Chairman of Razorfish
Writer and Thinker on cultural sharing- and Neil Postman Award winner- Doug Rushkoff
Jeremy Gilley, Founder of Peace One Day
and Chris Kaskie, President of Pitchfork Media and music & media leader will be joining us.

In addition, we’re seeing some exciting events from the community. Pratt Brainwaves offers fans of Information and Library Science an opportunity to network and share their experiences with each other. And Managing Social Media on a Global Scale brings in senior corporate marketing leaders to share best practices for stepping outside the US online.

We can’t wait to see what other events get added to the list as we move forward. In the meantime, add your favorites to your queue and help spread the word!


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