TWTRCON DC 09
Twitter for Business | Grand Hyatt Washington DC | October 22
TWTRCON is a conference focused entirely on the business use and value of Twitter.
Attend TWTRCON DC 09 and:
* See case studies and best practices from leading brands, non-profits and government agencies
* Learn how to use Twitter to listen and respond to customers and stakeholders
* Find out how micro-blogging can influence opinions, increase organizational collaboration and create new business opportunities
* Network and share ideas with leading business, marketing, media, PR and government executives, key Twitter developers and social media experts
Featured conference speakers include:
• David Armano, Senior Partner, Dachis Corporation | @armano
• Rohit Bhargava, Senior Vice President, Strategy & Marketing, Ogilvy 360 Digital Influence | @rohitbhargava
• Nigel Dessau, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, AMD | @NigelDessau
• Michael DiLorenzo, Director of Social Media Marketing and Strategy, National Hockey League | @umassdilo|@NHL
• Brian Dresher, Audience Acquisition Manager, USA Today @bdresher|@usatoday
• Laura Fitton, Pistachio Consulting | @pistachio
• Stacy Gratz, Social Media Marketing Manager, H&R Block @stacygratz|@HRBlock
• Seth Greenberg, Director, Online Advertising & Internet Media, Intuit | @sethg|
• Scott Harrison, charity:water | @scottharrison
• Charles J. “Jack” Holt, Sr. Strategist for Emerging Media, Department of Defense, Defense Media Activity | @jack_holt
• Clay Johnson, Director, Sunlight Labs | @cjoh
• Joshua Karpf, Manager, Digital Communications, PepsiCo | @jkarpf|@pepsico
• Jessica Lee, Senior Employment Manager, APCO Worldwide | @jessica_lee|APCOjobs
• Dan Luxenberg, Web 2.0 / Social Media lead, Office of Web Communications for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) | @FDArecalls
• Stefanie Michaels, Adventure Girl | @adventuregirl
• Ambre Morley, Associate Director of Product Communications, Novo Nordisk Inc.
• Alan Murray, Deputy Managing Editor and Executive Editor, Online, The Wall Street Journal | @alansmurray
• Craig Newmark, Customer Service Rep, Craigslist | @craignewmark
• Kerry Noone, Marketing Communications Manager, Sodexo USA, Talent Acquisition Group | @SodexoCareers
• David Puner, Communications Manager, Dunkin’ Brands, Inc. | @dunkindonuts
• Amy Reed, President, Chick Downtown | @chickdowntown
• Steve Rubel, SVP, Director of Insights, Edelman Digital | @steverubel
• John Shea, Public Information Officer for New Media, FEMA External Affairs | @FemainFocus
• Joe Trippi, Political Strategist | @JoeTrippi
• Andrew P Wilson, Web Content Account Manager, Department of Health and Human Services | @andrewpwilson|@FluGov|@HHSgov
Will TWTRCON DC be about Twitter in government? Yes, in the sense that micro-blogging and real-time search are changing the way government works–just as they are changing the way other organizations work. In fact, we think some of the most interesting sessions at TWTRCON DC may be ones that will combine panelists from government agencies and from brands, since there is much that we can learn about Twitter in business from both.
Speakers for TWTRCON DC will be people who are actually using Twitter in business, at government agencies and at non-profitsThey will share their experiences, talk about the results they’ve achieved, the best practices they’ve discovered and the lessons they’ve learned. In addition to the panel discussions and keynotes, we are planning to add some case-study sessions to allow some of our speakers to deliver in-depth, how-they-did it stories about their Twitter strategies and campaigns.
We love Twitter and will be using it extensively to communicate about the event, so please follow us at @TWTRCON and #TWTRCON. We also use it to listen, so please let us know what questions we can answer, and share your ideas or suggestions at any time.
See you in DC!
Your TWTRCON DC 09 pass gives you full access to the conference program, demo areas and networking functions. We will provide breakfast, lunch, two refreshment breaks, a post-conference networking reception–plus free wireless and access to power strips for all attendees!
TWTRCON DC 09 attendees will be sitting at round tables. If you would like to request a seat at a table with other attendees who share your interests, you can pick a theme when you register, or you can suggest a topic for a new table. The table topics available so far include:
1. I’m a Twitter newbie!
2. I’m a power user
3. Public relations
4. Customer service
9. Metrics and measurement
10. Social media policies
Official Website: http://twtrcon.com
Added by TWTRCON on August 7, 2009