As well as being firmly entrenched across film, branded content and strategy, we like to talk about it too. Here’s a (not so exhaustive) list of the things the members of our team has spoken at:
 

Return on Content
IZEAfest
DisneyWorld, Orlando, Florida
22-24 October, 2015

IZEAFest is a 3-day interactive event designed to educate, inform and connect social media enthusiasts at the happiest place on earth… Walt Disney World® Resort! Meet the world’s top Brands and Creators in a collaborative, fun and open setting. Learn how to grow your traffic, build your brand, make more money online and share your story.

 

Panelist
&Then
Boston, MA
4-6 October, 2015

&THEN is the DMA Annual Event reinvented for you. Everything about this new experience is designed to maximize your marketing mojo. Created by Marketers for Marketers, &THEN features bold thought leaders who will shift your perceptions of marketing.

 

Uncover the importance of distribution to make the most of your content
Marketing Financial Services Summit 2015
New York, NY
13-14 September, 2015

* Discover how to develop content that speaks to your audience and can be used effectively for paid, owned and earned placements
* Find out which outlets are available for distribution and how to develop a solid but flexible distribution plan
* Learn how to use social as a distribution platform and the importance of “search” in your content distribution to truly create a rounded approach

 

Branding With Vine and Instagram
The 7th Chamber
New York, NY
September, 2013

The Battle of the brands on Vine and Instagram – who’s doing awesome stuff and hear from Vine influencers and the clients testing out the mobile firsts.

 

Social Media Showdown: Should Email, Print, Display or TV get your social media dollars?
Social Media Week 2013
New York, NY
20 February, 2013

Old school debate meets Dragon’s Den in this interactive game show. Audience members act as the CMO who has to decide what channel to partner their social media campaign with: Email, Print, Display or TV. Four expert teams, representing each channel, battle it out to convince the audience that they can provide the best bang for their buck.

This is for senior marketers who want to take a different look at how social can be integrated across channels or those who are power hungry and want to decide the fate of our teams in competition.

Hosted by Econsultancy Editorial Director, Heather Taylor, and Jeremy Goldman of Firebrand, grand master judge David St. John Tradewell will lead the audience in deciding which team is the ultimate winner!

 

The Magic of Multiple Mediums: Transmedia Storytelling Across Platforms
YouSayToo at Blog World
New York, NY
June, 2012

Too often we think our story can only be told in one medium. But does text tell your whole story? What would a social media component to the story add? Or video or a video game? Music, comics, or podcast? Whether you are an individual content creator or a corporation, you have a story to tell and it is time to break the mental bounds of how you do that. Multiple expressions, cross-medium. Break through the communications silos.

 

Moderator
Corporate Social Media Summit
New York, NY
June, 2012

#CSMNY is America’s leading social media summit, giving you a unique opportunity to learn from, and network with, senior leaders from the biggest brands in the world.

 

Social Media Pitfalls
OMN London
London, England
September, 2011

OMN London celebrates the people working in an industry that’s changing the world, in one of the most exciting cities there is!

We’re dedicated to bringing the capital’s talented community together, in the belief that creating connections between smart, passionate digital people can only make London’s digital industry stronger.

This is a group for London’s best, brightest and most passionate marketers, digital professionals, bloggers, entrepreneurs and anyone interested in how the digital revolution is changing the way we live and work, and how technology is changing the very fabric of our society.

 

Social Media & communications
unGeeked Elite Retreat
Chicago, Illinois
12-14 May, 2011

unGeeked Elite Retreat is a three day retreat where you will experience “some of the formality of a conference,” and a lot of the informality of retreat. The 3-days are designed to foster not only an “intimate learning experience,” but also deeper networking and bonding with attendees like yourself who want to connect beyond the Tweet-up or cocktail party business card gala.

 

The Risks and Rewards of Social CRM: Why there is more to the topic than just hype! 
Technology for Marketing and Advertising
Earls Court, London, England
1 March, 2011

Join our interactive panel discussion as experts from Capgemini UK, giffgaff, Ogilvy and WeCanDo.Biz explore this year’s hot topic. Moderated by MyCustomer.com editor Neil Davey, this session will give attendees the opportunity to hear about the do’s and don’ts of engaging with the modern social customer, hear about the common myths and misconceptions about social CRM and put their own questions to the panel.

 

Guest speaker
Digital Surrey
Guildford, England
24 February, 2011

Digital Surrey is a community for like-minded people wanting to stay up-to-date with the ever changing digital landscape, and: meet-up, network, learn, share.

 

Building the Future of Communities
Social Media Week London
London, England
10 February, 2011

A group of community specialists will discuss and debate openly about what we have to do now to build future communities. We will begin with defining what communities are now and define what we would like them to look like – embeddable chips, Virtual worlds, augmented reality, thinking hives, a meta loop of tech with a social layer on top – the posibilities are endless.

But if we want this to be our future, we need to create the building blocks now to get there. This public roundtable will be open to the public who will feed in questions and comments as we try to figure out what we need to do next to advance what we are already doing.

 

Social Media and Employee Engagement Panel
Social Recruiting Conference
Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT
30th November 2010

Social Recruiting Conference 2010 (#SRCONF) gathers leading employers and recruitment industry professionals, to passionately discuss and practically demonstrate the power of Social Recruiting.

 

The Social Media Brand Manager – Your Brand and Their Responsibility
unGeeked Elite Retreat
Atlantis Pavilions, 955 Lakeshore Boulevard West, Toronto, ON M6K 3B9, Canada
28-30 October, 2010

unGeeked Elite Retreat is a three day retreat where you will experience “some of the formality of a conference,” and a lot of the informality of retreat. The 3-days are designed to foster not only an “intimate learning experience,” but also deeper networking and bonding with attendees like yourself who want to connect beyond the Tweet-up or cocktail party business card gala.

 

giffgaff: merging business with community
Reputation Online Live – How to grow your own community online
Mayfair Hotel, Stratton Street, London
8 October, 2010

Creating relationships directly with customers online is so often left to the realms of third part social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, but there’ s a huge advantage in creating your own – for both B2B and B2C brands.

Building a community around your own website, forum or such is advantageous as you get to control your message and have an official voice within the conversation. It also means you have direct access to the data that will help you become better at talking with your customers.

At the event we’ll talk about the ways in which to build a community, what that community should or could look like and also discuss the balance between a brand’’s objectives and customer preferences.

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and other places are still important, but not everybody wants to go to a branded entity. You might have to go to where customers or contacts are already conversing – or at least provide a bridge.

 

Roundtable discussion on Customer Service
National Complaints Day
13 August, 2010

To help mark National Complaints Day, Guy Stephens brought together a variety of people from different industries to discuss the impact of social media on complaints specifically and customer service generally. Ultimately, the discussion is about business change, and the fact that the way in which people and companies communicate and engage with each other is changing.

 

Effective Social Media Engagement Planning
with Alexander Holt, Digital White
The Future Gallery, London
7 July, 2010

This workshop is geared towards brand and community managers, marketing procurement, and budget holders looking to understand the medium of social media better

 

Training: Using Social Media for Large Merchants and sales
PayPal UK
9 June 2010

A training afternoon on how social media works through practice and case studies.

 

How PayPal UK is using social media
Social Media in Business
PayPal UK, Richmond
21 May, 2010

Social Media in Business, is for key stake holders, policy makers who understand a fundamental shift is taking place in how corporates communicate. We’ll help you examine how social media culture and social networking platforms are having a major impact on business communication, practices and processes. How can these tools be utilised, how can you employ strategies within your company to increase profitability, sustain reputation and empower your employees to be brand ambassadors.

Training: Using Social Media in the public sector
Unison – Birmingham Branch
April 2010

A training day on how social media works through practice, case studies and roundtable discussions.

 

Interview skills for video making
Media Camp London 4
London, UK
1 February, 2010

This is an innovative un-conference focussed on:

  • mobile media
  • web development, usability, search
  • applications
  • teaching and educational technology
  • blogging, branding, PR, advertising new and social media

If you do stuff with the web, or want to, come along you’ll meet some very cool people.