SLA Europe event: "Tweeting while we work: Making the most of micro-blogging"
|Date||Tue 16 March 2010|
|Location||Balls Brothers at Minster Pavement, Minster Court, Mincing Lane EC3R 7PP|
Everyone is talking about Twitter these days. Celebrities, politicians and the average person on the street are all posting tweets to keep their followers up to date on what they are doing, but is it also useful as a business information tool? What value can it provide to businesses and to you, as an information professional?
SLA Europe are hosting a discussion with three experts in the field of social media who will be sharing their views on how we can successfully use Twitter at work:
Julie Hall, the founder of Women Unlimited and owner of Springmedia
Judith Lewis, Director of Seshet Consulting and regular blogger on SEO Chicks
Dr Hazel Hall, Director of the Centre for Social Informatics with research expertise in online information sharing
Bob De Laney, from our sponsor Lexis Nexis, will chair the evening.
6pm Registration 6:30pm Start
Followed by a networking opportunity over drinks and canapés.
Tickets: SLA Members – free; Non-Members £10.00 (cash or cheques please, paid on the door).
Register here: http://bit.ly/cuBdji