Have you seen the incredible line-up of experts for Cambridge Social Media Day 2018?
We are over the moon that so many amazing speakers and experts are coming to #CSMday2018 to share their knowledge and expertise with us!
Speaker line-up for Cambridge Social Media Day 2018:
Rachel Extance is a business storyteller. A professional journalist for 15 years, she now helps organisations create content tailored to their audience. Rachel has worked in print, digital and social media for newspapers across the UK. The stories we tell are powerful. They create connections, change opinions, inspire and delight. Rachel will show you how to use storytelling to build your business.
Simon Hall is a writer and journalist, with 25 years’ experience of covering some of the biggest stories Britain has seen. Most of his career has been spent as a BBC News Correspondent, working for television, radio and online.
As well as being a journalist, Simon is an author, teacher and public speaker.
Rebecca is a Social Media Strategist and founder of RF Social. She specialises in helping businesses with strategy development and Facebook ads. She’s worked with a variety of education and lifestyle brands, having managed communities of millions, and holds training sessions around the South East.
A freelance Social Media Consultant and Trainer from Hitchin, Pippa specialises in and is passionate about working with small businesses. She empowers them to find a workable but effective social media presence using authentic and engaging content. Focussing on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook since early 2012 and fuelled by copious amounts of tea and cake Pippa has become the ‘go-to’ social media authority for businesses in North Hertfordshire.
Nicole Osborne is passionate about helping businesses get sweeter results from their marketing and social media. With Lollipop Social and #SweetLikeSocial, Nicole helps ambitious entrepreneurs by injecting a sugar boost into their personal brand and marketing strategy as their marketing coach or outsourced marketing director.
May King started her business in three different cities: London, UK; Brisbane, Australia, and Sheffield, UK. She returned to the UK late 2016. May King has used Twitter as her main medium to build her brand, build relationships and looked for opportuniTEAs to collaborate in all three cities.
And yes! May King really is her first name. Y’know? As in MayKing Tea.
Natalie is the founder of Hot Content and Hot Content Marketing Podcast and her mission is to help businesses with their blogging and content. She helps people to create quality, share-worthy content to build a brand which people are drawn to. She is determined to show that with the right help and a patient teacher, anyone can take control of their own online marketing and enjoy the benefits of increased brand awareness, audience engagement and leads.
Instagram currently has 800 million monthly active users, that’s an awful lot of potential customers! Come and visit Nicky Pasquier, founder of Virtuoso Assistant and specialist visual content marketer to discover how to use the power of images and videos to boost your brand and attract new customers on Instagram.
And that’s not all of them!
We still have a few more surprises for you. I’m sure that there’ll be something for everyone on the day!
Cambridge Social Media Day is a one-day social media event filled with knowledge and networking opportunities for entrepreneurs from all around Cambridge (and beyond).
More info at www.cambridgesocial.media