2017 WICT New England Webinar: "Millennial Mind"
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EST)
Millennials are the next wave of employees in the workforce and a group with massive buying power. Learn about how to connect with this group through social media. Understand how to sell and market to millennials through the power of social media. And finally let's interpret the data to help build strategies around targeting the millennial group.
Amanda Anderson is a social media manager in ESPN's digital department. She oversees day-to-day production of ESPN's Snapchat Discover edition, which assembles ESPN's top sports content each day with a focus on curating and delivering content to a 13-24 demographic of fans. The Snapchat team collaborates with ESPN's social media team and sports editorial groups to create multiplatform content that ends up not only on ESPN's Snapchat, but also on ESPN.com as well as on its other social platforms like Facebook and Instagram. She previously was an Associate Producer in television production on SportsCenter.
Social Media Manager, ESPN
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We create bold, self-empowered leaders through advocacy and leadership training.
- We are committed to leading the charge in advocacy, self-empowerment and leadership training for women in the cable telecommunications industry.
- We believe that professional success will be achieved through the combination of job skills, industry knowledge, mentoring and networking.
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- We believe that smart leadership development means a balance between shaping personal growth and sharpening business acumen.
- We trust that our purpose, mission and resources are also exceptionally beneficial to men in cable telecommunications industry, at all career levels.