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iStrategy is an inspirational, two-day, digital media conference for senior executives who believe that the success of their business requires a sound digital strategy. iStrategy is held bi-annually at each of their four regional event locations in North America, Europe, Australia and Asia. This year’s North American event will be help in Atlanta.
Previous delegates include a high calibre of C-level executives and entrepreneurs from brands such as Coca Cola, Starbucks, Red Bull, Kraft, Mars, HSBC, Nike, Adidas, Puma, Sony, Nokia, Microsoft, GSK, Pfizer, Cisco, Dell, Facebook, Foursquare, Philips and LinkedIn.
Previous speakers have included:
Gillian Muessig, co-founder SEOmoz
Naveen Selvadurai, co-founder of Foursquare
Frederick Townes, CTO, Mashable
Michael Donnelly, Group Director of Worldwide Interactive Marketing, Coca Cola
Eric Liedtke, SVP Global Brand Marketing, Adidas
iStrategy combines keynote speakers, interactive workshops and live interviews to deliver a high-quality program for attendees. Organizers are committed to providing a live social media experience, with a very active Twitter feed, live blogging, Facebook posts and Linkedin discussions as attendees tend to be active in social media channels.
For more info on the topics that will be covered, read their blog article on “11 Ways for Businesses to Utilize Google+”.
“Definitely it’s a great networking opportunity. People want answers, and they want to engage with people who have them and they want to learn what they don’t know, that’s why they are here.” Frederick Townes, CTO Mashable
This Event Entry is sponsored by iStrategy