Event Recaps

Recap and Video from 5th Anniversary Event

Last week’s 5th anniversary event was a big success — thanks to everyone who participated in person and online! Here’s the video from the event:

5th Anniversary Celebration: The Evolution of Social Business from Skip Bensley on Vimeo.

Our panel of social business leaders explored the following themes:
1. Evolution of social media into social business
2. Examples of social businesses
3. Trends in social business

PANELISTS

  • Alistair Rennie, General Manager, Social Business, IBM (@alistair_rennie)
  • Andrew Carusone, Director of Integrated Workforce Experience (IWE) and Community Governance, Lowe’s Home Improvement (@acaruson)
  • Ric Fulop, Partner, North Bridge Venture Partners (@EntreCapitalist)

THIS FREE EVENT WAS SPONSORED AND HOSTED BY IBM. THANKS TO CORPORATE-AV FOR THE VIDEO!

Some event photos were shared on Mass High Tech:

Video, Photos from “Genius and Money”

Ben Mezrich, the man behind “The Social Network” movie, joined the Social Media Club Boston on June 20th for a mixer hosted and sponsored by IBM Netezza. Ben shared insights and updates from his popular books, gave a preview of his upcoming book, and talked about the writing process. Ben signed books at the end of the program.

Here is some video of his presentation:


“Genius and Money”
from Todd Van Hoosear on Vimeo.

And some photos…

Have some of your own? Tag them smcboston! Here are some of the most recent photos tagged “smcboston”

Finding Your Authentic Voice: The Video

Wednesday’s “April Tweetup: Being an Authentic Voice in Social Media,” hosted jointly by the Social Media Club Boston and the AMA Boston, featured a lively discussion between our moderator, Ja-Naé Duane; our panelists Mike Troiano, Mike Langford, Georgy Cohen and Luke Penney; and a very engaged audience. You can catch the video of most of the discussion below:

April Joint AMA Boston / SMC Boston Panel + Tweetup from Todd Van Hoosear on Vimeo.

Thanks to the CIC for making the space available, to Fresh Ground for sponsoring the food and to Christina Inge for helping organize the event!

Huge Response from Thursday’s Panel

Yesterday’s panel was well-attended, well-covered and well-received. A special thank you to everyone who helped organize and execute this event, including organizer Ginger Lennon (@racepointgroup), sponsor Digital Influence Group (@diginfgrp) and fellow promoters Bob Collins (@robertcollins) and Joselin Mane (@bostontweetup).

The moderator was Scott Kiekbusch, who filled in at the last minute for Steven Brennan, SVP, technology, Digital Influence Group (@stevenbrennan). Scott (@adjustafresh) is the director of user experience at Digital Influence Group.

His panelists included:

I’ll post video as soon as we get it, but in the meantime, here are some great roundups and blog posts inspired by the event:

There were so many other great contributions. Any others you want to share?

UPDATE: Here are the two videos. The first covers the first 45 minutes or so, and the second the last 20-odd minutes. Thanks to DIG for the videos!

See the latest pics from this and other events on Flickr.

The DIG blog has some timecodes and other information for a little more detail.

Boston Community Manager Appreciation Day

The Boston Community Manager Appreciation Day was a huge success! Thanks to Janet Aronica and the oneforty team for the impetus, and all of the sponsors:

OneForty, Social Media Club Boston, Awareness, Communispace, Fresh Ground Communications and The Community Roundtable organized this celebration of Community Manager Appreciation Day.

It was indeed a day to pause and recognize those that make our online communities tick and ensure they have the resources, support and programing to be successful. Thank you!

Have any tweets to share? Use the hashtag #BosCMAD. Have any photos to share? Upload them to Flickr and tag them boscmad.

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