Teleios Consulting is organizing a Consumer Engagement workshop themed: “Harnessing the power of social media for brands”.
The workshop is structured to be highly engaging and seeks to bring together bloggers, internet marketers, social media and brand communication professionals to chart the course on how the internet is changing consumer habits, expectations and how business professionals and entrepreneurs can leverage on these mobile and digital platforms in meeting their business objectives.
As new media platforms are emerging, what better time for Nigerian brands to leverage on these platforms to bring their brands online.
Participants will benefit from the knowledge and experience of some of Nigeria’s finest social media strategists including:
Dayo Adefila – Chief Operating Officer at HotSauce
Yinka Olaito – Lead Consultant at Michael Sage Consulting
Franklin Ozekhome – Business Director at Insight Communications
Deola Kayode – Managing Partner at Teleios Consulting
The event holds this Thursday, July 21, 2011 at Korbis Building, 18/20 Kudirat Abiola Way, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos. To register to attend this event, visit this link. Free, but limited spaces are available.
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