With nearly 200 events here in NYC, keeping up with the schedule can be a daunting, yet fun task. And sometimes you need a little extra help. Since registration opened on January 17th, we’ve added a few gems that you won’t want to miss. Check out our list and let us know which new events you’re most excited for.
The Insidious Plot to Socialize the Enterprise reveals seven insights and experiences from never-seen interviews with top business leaders at global brands like Nestle, Ford, and American Express. Brought to you by our Global Supporting Sponsor, Ogilvy & Mather and follows a keynote from their Global Managing Director, John Bell. When? Monday, 2/13 at 9-11am at our Business & Innovation Hub at Bloomberg.
Keynote: Valerie Buckingham of Nokia followed by “Beyond Borders: Impact of Social Media in Global Economy” kicks off with Global Headline Sponsor Nokia’s Director of Brand Management, Valerie Buckingham. Her keynote address will be followed by an in-depth discussion of key trends, cultural behaviors and opportunities beyond American borders. When? Monday, 2/13 at 12-2pm at our Business & Innovation Hub at Bloomberg.
Introducing NYPL Labs: Making Collections Accessible Through Collaboration comes together to rethink what a public research library can be and do and how new tools can bring together communities. When? Monday, 2/13 at 12-2pm at the New York Public Library.
Ushering Your Company into the Social Media Age features the Queens Library as a case study to help organizations and businesses learn the basics of creating a social strategy. When? Tuesday, 2/14 at 2:30-4pm at the Queens Library in LIC.
Supercharging Your Facebook Marketing, led by our Small Business Sponsor, Constant Contact, will show small businesses and organizations how to maximize their Facebook marketing and combine it with your email marketing strategy. When? Tuesday, 2/14 4:30-6:30pm at our Social & Environmental Change Hub at Thomson Reuters.
Can Media Companies Get Social? has our global media partner FT looking at how media and publishing can jump into the digital and social world. When? Wednesday, 2/15 at 2:30-3:30pm at our Global Society Hub, Big Fuel.
Branding and Social Media: The Inseparable Duo, hosted at the SVA Branding Studio, marries branding and social media- and explains why you should too. When? Wednesday, 2/15 at 6:30-8pm.
Email and Social Media: The New Rules of Engagement, another session headed up by our Small Business Sponsor, Constant Contact, highlights the changes in email marketing and what small businesses need to know. When? Wednesday, 2/15 4:30-6:30pm at our Social & Environmental Change Hub at Thomson Reuters.
How can Advertising Self-Regulation Benefit Social Media and Marketing? brings representatives from the advertising industry’s self-regulatory forum to discuss must-know aspects for companies incorporating social platforms into their advertising campaigns and marketing strategies. When? Wednesday, 2/15 at 10-11:30am at IAB Ad Lab.
HackEDU- How Tech is Disrupting Education in Order to Save It asks the founders of SkillShare, General Assembly, Unigo, and Tutorspree just how is technology transforming the future of education. When? Wednesday, 2/15 at 7:30-8:30pm at General Assembly.
Crossing the Chasm: Healthcare Innovation Matchmaking Session dives into alternative sources of funding, featuring organizations who are sources of alternative funding and healthcare innovators receiving that funding. When? Thursday, 2/16 at 3-6pm at our Health & Wellness Hub at Saatchi & Saatchi Wellness.
Creative Diaries: Why You Should be Blogging in Some Way Shape or Form pools together a diverse group of bloggers using blogs successfully to supplement or even launch their careers. When? Thursday, 2/16 at 6:30-8:30pm at Getty Images.
Register now– as events are filling up fast! And if an event you’re dying to get into is already full, there is still one other option! Don’t forget this year, for the first time, we’re offering all-access passes to either individual Hubs or to all Hubs.