future of corporate social media

Blogout! 2009

Blogout! ’09

Blogout! ’09 aims to help make sense of the social media landscape in Singapore.

It is an event to celebrate bloggers’ independent voices, emergent forms of social, web technology and to create change for their organizations, communities and society.

Corporate + Open Track
Open Track
Date: 6 & 7 March 2009 7 March 2009
Time: 10.30am to 5.30pm
Venue: 8Q, Singapore Art Museum – 8 Queen Street, Singapore
Fee: $90/per person (extended to 3 March 2009). Thereafter $120. Free, registration required
  • Gather 4 people that are a confirmed attendee, and you will get the 5th ticket FREE!
  • Hey, the 1st 50 to register & Pay are entitled a chance to win in the lucky draw.

This promotion is not applicable for payment made on-site.

Please contact Belinda Ong at +65 6220 6643 or email to belinda@firestarter.com.sg

Register now!

For detailed program: http://tdm.sg/events/blogout

Why attend?

There’s something for everyone at Blogout! this year. If you are an executive or business owner who wants to see how social media can work for your organization, you definitely do not want to miss Day 1 (Corporate Track) where we feature some of the best speakers and practitioners in the social media scene. Find out more here…

Key Speakers

Jon Yongfook

YongfookYongfook is an award-winning web producer, a blogger (of 10 years!), a proponent of permission-based marketing and a big believer in metrics-based approaches to solving online business problems. A programmer-designer-marketer living in Tokyo. He specialises in usability, platform development and online marketing. He’s the creator of open source lifestream software Sweetcron and the recipe sharing website Open Source Food (now known as Nibbledish), which was acquired by Tsavo Media in January 2009. He helps companies improve user experience, to increase conversions and revenue, assist companies reach new markets, and building online applications to solve a business or communication problem.

Melvin Yuan

MelvinMelvin is Director, Digital Strategies Group (Asia) at Waggener Edstrom Worldwide. He’s a co-founder of Scoopasia.com and member of the Social Media Collective and The Digital Movement (Singapore). He is dedicated to helping PR practitioners understand the new world that we live in and to bridge the gap between the wired-world business objectives of today and the traditional PR methods that we’ve been used to.

Joel Postman

JoelJoel Postman is senior partner and chief enterprise social business strategist for Intridea, a Washington, D.C. based developer of Web 2.0 applications including the popular microblogging platform Present.ly. His background includes a decade of Fortune 500 corporate communications leadership, four years as the speechwriter to the CEO of Sun Microsystems, and experience in print and broadcast news. He is the author of SocialCorp: Social Media Goes Corporate, published December 2008. Joel lives with his family in the Santa Cruz Mountains. To the extent that he could be said to have grown up. He did so in the Silicon Valley, and first lived there before the discovery of silicon. He is also an experienced Zamboni driver.

Register today!

For detailed program: http://tdm.sg/events/blogout

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Supported by: Venue Partner:
IDA NHB 8Q SAM
Official Blog Community:
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One response to “future of corporate social media

  1. great article, sure i’ll be back.

    good day

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