Network and learn about the digital economy & social media
Fantastic opportunity for Newcastle & Central Coast | Thursday 26 March
With more than 200 million client-driven social media impressions, over 52,000 discrete online radio listeners and counting, Susan J Sohn is a verified social/mobile/online media maverick. Her core vehicle is GetRealLive, a hybrid online radio/social media/blog/live events community, which has hosted guests such as Curtis Stone, Andre Carthen, Peter Walsh, and featured countless inspirational stories of everyday heroes. She has launched #1 iTunes music albums, created social media engagement for a live event with 60,000 attendees, has grown a Facebook page from 35,000 to over 1 million in less than two years, and worked with global clients such as Ferrero Rocher, who recognize her gift for authentic engagement via compelling content creation.
Business and professional women and those of you serving on boards in any sectormight take heed from Linda Nicholls (director Japara Healthcare, Medibank, Fairfax Media, Sigma Pharmaceuticals and Pacific Brands) who was quoted in the Australian Financial Review on Friday 13 March 2015 in a story about how directors need to be able to influence to add value in the boardroom.
“I know directors who don’t understand Instagram, who aren’t getting Twitter feeds, who don’t know what Tinder is, who haven’t time-shifted TC, who haven’t tried Uber and Airbnb, I mean some of them haven’t event shopped online or put anything on eBay. Well, you’ve got to be in it to understand it.”
The best way to learn is from those who have trodden the path before you so come and hear from a great businesswomen, writer, speaker, broadcaster and social media personality Susan J Sohn as she shares her career journey and expertise in conversation with Claire Braund.
Date: Thursday, 26th March 2015, 5.30pm – 8.00pm
Venue: Byblos, Gosford
Cost: $55 Per person attending (drinks and canapes provided)
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The Women on Boards Team
Working to encourage, inspire and support the next generation of female directors