10 Greycoat Place. Victoria
London, England SW1P 1SB

Web 2.0 and Beyond: Applying Social and Collaborative Tools to Business Problems, 5-6 March 2008, London

UNICOM Seminars Ltd is one of the first few companies that has organised conferences and workshops on this topic. From the launch of the first UNICOM Social Tools conference in September 2006, the high quality and focused speaker programme have continued to attract participants from a wide range of both private and public sector organisations.

By looking back at the past conferences, the first one provided a background review for the emergence of the new social networking tools, and the second one shifted the focus to its business use. By drawing on case studies and real experience of how people actually use these social tools to do business, the third conference also highlighted how Web 2.0, Wikis, RSS etc. change the traditional way that people communicate and manage knowledge. Now, here comes the fourth one, which will add more content of Enterprise 2.0, Video, KM 2.0 and Facebook! Every attendee can expect to bring back enough knowledge to experiment with at least one tool to support at least one of your aims.

Thanks to our excellent chairperson, David Gurteen, founder of the Gurteen Knowledge Community, our conference is always well organised and most importantly, interesting and lively!

As a special “thank” for your possible participation in the forthcoming conference, all our participants will get a soft copy of the past conference brochures, if you find anything that is particular interesting to you, we will send you a related document for free. Plus you can get a chance to win a suprise gift at the end of the conference.

Early Bird Price: £600+VAT for two days (include proceedings, lunch, tea/coffee and refreshments) till 18 February 2008.
£750+VAT afterwards.
Further group booking discount is available.

Please visit www.unicom.co.uk/socialtools for downloading the conference details, or contact 01895 256 484.

Official Website: http://www.unicom.co.uk/socialtools

Added by unicomseminars on January 14, 2008