Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Austin Lunch Time Conversation - November 6, 2013 - Does Social Media Create Better Connections?

Networking Revisited: 10 years of Social Media... 
Are we better connected?

Join the Austin Business Journal for a spirited discussion with three of Austin's best known experts on the topic of "Networking". Thom Singer, Patti DeNucci and Marny Lifshen will lead a conversation about how Social Media has impacted how people make, keep and grow their business relationships over the past decade.

LinkedIn and MySpace first appeared on the scene in 2003, and were soon followed by Facebook (2004), Twitter (2005), YouTube (2006) and countless other social tools. The iPhone arrived in 2007 and the addition of mobile accessibility changed the whole thing.

While we are only one "like", "link", "follow" or "share" away from connecting to anyone on the planet, are we better connected? Does the average person have deeper relationships? While there are many examples of those who have harnessed the social media wave, there are also many who feel the whole thing is still confusing.

Do not miss the opportunity to be part of this interactive social media review. Sign up today (space is limited).

Thom Singer, author of The ABC's of Networking

Patti DeNucci, author of The Intentional Networker

Marny Lifshen, author of Some Assembly Required: A Networking Guide for Women

Seminar details:

Wednesday, November 6
11:30 am – 12:00 pm - Registration & Networking
12:00 pm -1:00 pm - Seminar
504 Lavaca St. Ste. 1008
Austin, TX 78701

Lunch will be provided.

REGISTER TODAY (Space is limited)

Parking is available directly across the street from the ABJ offices in the old post office building at 510 Guadalupe St.

Have A Great Day

thom singer

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