Posts Tagged ‘Social Media’

Official Launching of Rotary E-CLub Berlin GLobal

The Rotary E – Club Berlin Global, (the first English – German Rotary E – Club and the first E – Club in the District 1940) cordially invite you to our Rotarian Event, on 29 June 2011, 19.00, at Panoramapunkt (Kollhoff Tower, 24 and 25 Floor) over the skies of Berlin with a spectacular 360 view and sunset over Berlin City, (Potsdamer Platz 1, 10785 Berlin).

On the occasion of the official launching of our Club and in the presence of the District Governor Jürgen Frerker, who will make a welcome speech, we will present our new concept as a Rotary E-Club, as well as our offline and online initiatives and ideas to promote the Rotarian values and fellowship. A series of presentations will follow (online and offline) and there will of course be opportunities for fellowship networking.

We would be very glad to see you and your partner at our Rotarian Event.

Please register under: admin@erotaryglobal.org

Web: http://www.erotaryberlinglobal.org/archives/858

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06 2011

World Map of Social Networks

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06 2011

Social Business Consulting Group (Sobizco) Changes The Way Executives Look At Social Media

Seventeen Social Media Strategists Unite To Form The World’s Largest Social Media Consulting Firm.

Palo Alto, CA,  March 14  Today, the Social Media Consulting Group (Sobizco), founded by a team of 17 social media strategists from the U.S., Europe, and Asia Pacific, announced the launch of its consulting practice. All founding partners and an additional 20 social media consultants practice a unified methodology, as taught by the Social Media Academy. Different members of this global team have been working together for several years on diverse corporate social media consulting engagements and are now combining their experience to deliver enterprise-level social business consulting services worldwide.”

The firm commences operations with a team of approximately 80 consultants, ending today’s social media dilemma where tens of thousands of social media consultants don’t speak “enterprise” and the traditional business consultants don’t speak “social media”.  The Social Business Consulting Group focuses on social media audits, strategy development, engagement planning, solution implementation and strategy execution services. Each founding partner has profound management experience from companies such as BHP, Dell, Franklin Tempelton, Fujitsu, GE, IBM, Oracle, Rockwell, Southwest Airlines, Sun Microsystems, Symantec, Synnex, and Western Union.

“Once an executive decides to transform their organization into a more engaging company, attracting more customers through advocacy and user-generated content, those leaders are quickly challenged to develop a strategy that works not only for hundreds of managers and thousands of employees, but also for possibly millions of customers. The Social Media Consulting Group offers a complete series of tried and tested methods, models and frameworks to tackle large and complex projects including the most challenging of situations facing businesses” states co-founder Axel Schultze.

“Social media has provided enormous economic benefits to businesses around the world including growth in market share, reduction in product launch cost, reduction in support costs, increased brand reputation, improved customer experience models, higher ROI on marketing expenditure, along with faster and more precise insights into market trends in B2B as well as B2C situations” explained co-founder Wendy Soucie.

The group is already working with progressive clients including SAP, EMC, Qwest, Oracle, which has necessitated the need for a much larger social media consulting organization that is capable and skilled to tackle global projects.

About

The Social Business Consulting Group is a global management consulting firm with focus on social media. The firm’s purpose is to help executives create an exceptional competitive advantage by leveraging social media. The strategy consulting focuses on a holistic approach where all market facing departments leverage social media to create a mutually beneficial business relationship with the constituencies of their respective ecosystem.

Social Business Consulting Group is considered a thought leader in applying social media in large corporations. The consultants help business leaders and their teams to make strategic business decision and create measurable economic success.

The firm can be reached via their website and social presences at http://sobizco.com/

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03 2011

Presenter @Rotary Intstitute 2010 – Aalborg, Denmark

On Saturday, October 9th 2010 9:45 a.m. CET I am delighted to present Social Media and Social Networks – Tackling the new media and a new way of communication to get in touch with the potential new members and the public in general  for The Future of Rotary (through strenthening) The Rotary Brand and Public Image.

Together with Rotary International President Elect, Senior Leaders of Rotary and Rotary Foundation and experienced Rotarians, we will learn about essential aspects of what’s going on in Rotary and Rotary Foundation right now, and experience the expectations of changes in the near future.

http://www.rotaryinstitute2010.dk/

I´m happy to see Social Media actions in Rotary:

RI Social Media video from Rotary International on Vimeo.

(Auf Deutsch)

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10 2010

Social Media 2012

Great SlideShare Presentation with audio

Take aways:

  1. Less Privacy + Real Time Distributed Content
  2. More Videos
  3. Social Media > Digital Media

10

09 2010

Social Media as Demand Generation

by: JTdesigns.com

White Paper

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06 2010

Reduce COST in Traditional Media with Social Media

5 ways to integrate Social Media in Your Marketing

It is recommended to have a Social Media SERVICE Team that enable/empower the people in charge of managing the Customer relationship like sales, support or product management.

Marketing departments owning all social relationship sometimes are not being able to proper LISTEN or add value to conversations.

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12 2009

Understanding Social Media Users

Laura Ramos, VP & Principal Analyst at Forrester, discussing social media and the Social Technographics ladder model created by Forrester.

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Harvard Business School professor Mikolaj Jan Piskorsk has spent years examining social network users and  provides a fresh look into the interpersonal dynamics of these sites and offers guidance for approaching these tantalizing markets.

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12 2009

How Web 2.0 is changing the way we work: An interview with MIT’s Andrew McAfee

Video: MIT’s Andrew McAfee on how Web 2.0 is changing the way we work
Do Web 2.0 technologies help organizations achieve their goals?

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11 2009