Are you busy tomorrow? If not, you might want to make your way over to the Adelphi on Hunslet Road as I am speaking at a free seminar on the benefits of using social media for business. It’s the second of four seminars to be held by the organisers of this year’s Leeds Digital Festival. I attended the launch of the Festival’s new identity last week that I wrote about on Prohibition’s blog.
The Yorkshire Evening Post covered the event the other day. It is kind of a Q&A session with some of the leading lights on social media in the region and we will be debating some of the hot topics on this area including social media strategy, objective setting, measurement, as well some of the tools used by agencies. The others on the panel include my old colleague Paul Rayment of Dubit, Nathan Lane of Bell Pottinger, Ally Manock of Brass, James Newman of Finn PR, Jen Holmes of The Friendly Copywriting Company, Monica Tailor of kilo75, Kristal Ireland of Propaganda, Liz Cable of Reach Further and Adrian Johnson of Umpf .
If you want to come along you can register for one of 100 free places, visit http://www.leedsdigitalfestival.com/lunch. The hashtag for the event is #socialmediaLDF. I will look forward to seeing you there.