Virtual is great and all, but here’s something fresh. The good folks at Lois Paul and Partners are hosting a gathering Monday night, August 12, to meet and talk to other human beings live and in person. Ultra high-resolution graphics, zero latency, pristine sound: nothing beats reality, right?
When: Monday, August 12, 6pm to 8pm
Where: Kinsale Irish Pub & Restaurant, 2 Center Plaza, Boston, MA 02108
Hashtags: #impromptweetup #BostonTweetUp
Hope to see you in real life there!
The votes are in and we’re proud to welcome a new volunteer board of directors for 2013!
You can see their names and Twitter links over on the leadership page.
Stay tuned to information about meetings and more!
We are holding elections for our board of directors.
All chapter members are welcome to submit their candidacy. If elected, you will be required to hold a professional membership but it is not required prior to elections.
Candidacy submission deadline is Friday, February 8 at 11:59 p.m..
Please visit our Facebook Page for more information on the available positions and how to indicate your interest in running for it.
Our next event occurs the evening of Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at Boston University. A panel of higher education practitioners will share their adventures in social media and discuss insights into how the web is used in area colleges and universities.
Panelists include Jenny Mackintosh, Public Relations Assistant at Boston University; Stephen Dill, Marketing Manager at Wheelock College, and Zachary Herman, Senior Communications Specialist at University of Massachusetts Boston. Moderating the panel is BU Dean of Students Kenn Elmore.
Please visit our EventBrite page for more information and to hold your seat. The event is free to attend and you are encouraged to bring your questions for an educational night of networking!
SMC Boston and AMA Boston joined forces at the start of Boston Regional Entrepreneurship Week to talk about startups and social. Kelly Rice of Kinvey, Joselin Mane of BostonTweetup, and Trish Fontanilla of vSnap spoke about the dynamics of marketing your professional brand while maintaining your personal voice.