In one of today’s posts Arik Hanson suggests conferences get more midlevel speakers. He notes about VIPs
“They don’t actually do the work. They’re typically brilliant people. Tremendous speakers. But, they’re not on the front lines. I want to hear from the folks in the trenches sometimes. What’s working? What isn’t? What surprised you?”
Ask and ye shall receive Arik….
In case some of you hadn’t heard, 7 members of the PRBC crew will be participating in the The 2010 Media Relations Best Practices Summit on March 3rd in New York City.
Some of your favorite PRBC family members — Jess, TJ, Christina, Kate, Danielle, Keith, and Marie — will be presenting their input and predictions on Social Media in 2010. CT and I will be there as well to heckle support our brethren. It’ll be a fast-paced session – 30+ ideas in under 30 minutes – during the day-long seminar’s lunch session. Now’s your chance to get a glimpse into the (sometimes heated) discussions that take place among the PRBC brain trust (relax, putting ego in check now). Get the group’s 2 cents on what’s up, what’s hot and what’s pre-heating in Social Media.
If that’s not enough you’ll also get to see and hear from:
- Christopher Barger is Director of Global Social Media at General Motors,
- Todd Ringler, Executive Vice President and Managing Director of National Health Media at Edelman New York,
- Richard Laermer, CEO of RLM Public Relations and author of 2011: Trendspotting,
- and many many more.
Follow this link for full details and to register for the program.
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