12th June 2009
The highly anticipated webinar for event professionals on how social media can be used to help drive audience at events, is now being supported by leading event designers, James Hogg Design.
The webinar, which takes place Wednesday 17th June at 3pm GMT will address the rise in social networking tools and teach event professionals how these tools can be used effectively for event promotion. Stephen Nold from Meeting Tech Online and Arran Cole of ASP Events, both leading industry experts in the use of technology in marketing, will share insights and expertise on how social media can be used, how and why it can work, what the benefits and challenges are and how
event professionals can leverage these technologies to drive traffic to their events.
James Hogg, of James Hogg Design commented “We service the needs of event organizers and exhibitors through full service stand design and build, project management assistance, impactful graphics, portable displays, audio visual hire and so much more. At JHD we believe it is vital that organizers are empowered to be at the cutting edge of the latest innovations, and so we are delighted to support this educational webinar on social media, which very much reflects our position in the industry”
With over 200 event professionals already signed up for the webinar, it is shaping up to be a full house. There are still a few days left to register, and the webinar is free to attend, simply sign up here. http://www.tsnn.co.uk/social-media-event.asp
The webinar will be followed by the MTO Summit on 24th June 2009 at London’s Earls Court. The MTO Summit is a half day conference which will delve deeper into the world of social media for the events industry. Take advantage of this time-limited special offer -sign up for the free webinar and receive a 25% discount on registration at the MTO Summit. For further information visit http://www.mtosummit.com/page.cfm/Action=Form/FormID=2/t=m/goSection=17.
If you would like further information about this event please contact Brantley Graham at email@example.com or telephone 44 (0) 208 846 2710.