Overview of One of the Year’s Most Informative & Thought Provoking Communications Events:
The 7th Annual SNCR Symposium and Awards Gala will be held November 8-9, at the Stanford Park Hotel in Palo Alto, CA. The longest-standing social media event, SNCR’s annual Symposium and Awards Gala bridges academic, theoretical and practical pursuits in new communications. Alternating coasts each year, the conference brings together an influential group of insiders from various sectors to hear about the latest research, developments, trends, and best practices in new media and communications from SNCR’s Fellows, themselves all leading practitioners in academia, business, and communications. All Access passes are $495 per attendee and include participation in all aspects of the two-day event.
Historically the conference has hosted approximately 100 social media, marketing, communications, public relations and business professionals in academia, corporations, government, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and media outlets.
The two day symposium is centered on Fellows’ presentations of their research, unlike other conferences, because of the caliber of attendees, the programming is very interactive, feeling more like a round table discussion than lectures. For agenda and program guide, please visit: http://bit.ly/OBHVG6.
Featured speakers and presentations include:
Peter Auditore, SNCR Senior Fellow and Principal Researcher of Asterias Research
Presentation: The Social Mind
Paul Gillin, SNCR Senior Fellow and Awards & Best Practice Chair and Principal of Paul Gillin Communications
Presentation: Attack of the Customers: Why Critics Assault Brands Online and How to Avoid Becoming a Victim
Mark Hannah, SNCR 2008 Fellow and Annenberg Fellow, Ph.D. Student at the University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication
Presentation: Everyday Pundit: Media As Resources For Debating The Debate on Facebook
Shel Holtz, SNCR Founding Fellow and Principal of Holtz Communication + Technology
Presentation: Corporate Representatives for Ethical Wikipedia Engagement
Dr. David Larcker, Professor of Accounting at the Graduate School of Business of Stanford University
Presentation: Media Use Among Directors and Senior Manager: Lots of Knowledge, Little Action
Geoff Livingston, SNCR 2009 Fellow and Co-Author of Marketing of the Round: How to Develop an Integrated Marketing Campaign in the Digital Era
Presentation: The Customer Experience
Ed Moran, SNCR Senior Fellow and Partner & Co-President of Human 1.0
Presentation: Social Workplace Trust
Katie Paine, SNCR Senior Fellow & Industry Standards Chair and CMO of News Group International
Presentation: Standards in Social Media
Giovanni Rodriguez, CEO and Co-Founder of SocialxDesign
Presentation: Social Technology and the Presidential Election: An Insider’s Perspective
Ingrid Sturgis, SNCR 2011-2012 Fellow and Assistant Professor in the Department of Journalism of Howard University
Presentation: Mobile Money for the Unbanked
And More. . .
At the Awards Gala, an evening-long event featuring a three course meal, SNCR presents two sets of awards:
Juried Entries – SNCR Fellows award three levels of recognition (Excellence in New Communications, Certificate of Excellence in New Communications and Certificate of Merit in New Communications) across six divisions (corporate, education/academic, government, media, nonprofit and technology/vendor). To be considered, organizations submit comprehensive case studies of their communications efforts which are judged by SNCR Fellows and then made available to the public via SNCR’s website. In aggregate, these case studies create a unique asset as they present a broad and deep overview of current best practices in the field of new communications.
Fellows Choice Awards – Through internal research and discussion, SNCR Fellows award four honors based on new communications excellence: Organization/Brand of the Year, Innovation of the Year, Humanitarian of the Year and Visionary of the Year.
Sponsorship and Partners
Thank you to our 2012 Sponsors / Partners of this event:
For more questions regarding this event, please contact Gina Hernandez, Executive Director of the Society for New Communications Research at email@example.com or at (408) 825-9288.
When & Where
Society for New Communications Research
The Society for New Communications Research is a global nonprofit 501(c)(3) research and education foundation and think tank founded in 2005 to focus on the advanced study of the latest developments in new media and communications, and their effect on traditional media and business models, communications, culture and society.
SNCR is dedicated to creating a bridge between the academic and theoretical pursuit of these topics and the pragmatic implementation of new media and communications tools and methodologies.
The Society’s Fellows include a leading group of futurists, scholars, business leaders, professional communicators, members of the media and technologists from around the globe—all collaborating together on research initiatives, educational offerings, and the establishment of standards and best practices.