YOU, YOUR BRAND AND SOCIAL MEDIA
Friday, September 27, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Social Media Week Comes to Harlem -
CCNY, Ibom LLC and Mayven PR
PRLog (Press Release) - Sep. 16, 2013 - MANHATTAN, N.Y. -- IBOM LLC PARTNERS WITH THE CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK AND MAYVEN PR TO HOST SOCIAL MEDIA PANEL IN HARLEM
The September leg of Social Media Week is here again, and although New York is officially not participating Ibom LLC, The City College of New York (CCNY), and Mayven PR have chosen to be a part of the social media conversation by hosting a panel session titled “You, Your Brand and Social Media – How To Maximize the Relationship”
Social Media Week is a weeklong event that is organized twice a year (February and September), and focuses on the social, cultural and economic impact of social media in our world today. The power of social media in our world today is undeniable, and so individuals and small business owners are advised to learn how to use this readily available, easily accessible and inexpensive tool to their advantage, and how to avoid making major communication and reputation blunders with it as well.
Speakers of the panel include Janell Hazelwood of Black Enterprise, China Muoka of JobClickr and Rentish, Ony Nwachuoha of Ony Law, and Jerryanne Heath Chiume of Concept Link. Janel Martinez, Tech Editor at Black Enterprise, will moderate the panel. In addition to being knowledgeable about the social media space, these panelists are avid hands-on users of social media, and have each in one way or another used different social media platforms in building and growing their brands, followership and online presence. All of which are skills that attendees will be very much interested in hearing about to be able to apply these skills to their own brands, and businesses.
The panel will take place at The City College of New York’s Aronow Theatre located in the North Academic Center building, on 160 Convent Avenue (136th and Amsterdam). Attendees are advised to arrive at 5pm to allow for some pre-event networking, while the panel session begins at 6pm prompt. The Continuing Professional Studies (CPS) (http://www.ccny.cuny.edu/cps/index.cfm) department of CCNY is excited to be working with Anie Akpe-Lewis of Ibom LLC (www.ibomllc.com) and Yvonne Unubun of Mayven PR (http://www.mayvenpr.com) on this event; both ladies continue to host and organize panel sessions, and networking events that allow people to not only grow their network, but also to learn new information that fosters their personal and professional development.
The organizers are thankful to all event partners, and are looking forward to a great event.
For more information on this event please contact IBOM LLC at email@example.com and Mayven PR at www.mayvenpr.com and follow #SMWCityCollege for social media updates.
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