Social Media Week now open for registration

Social Media Week opens for registration, with 35 events listed. e27 will take part through our CEO Mohan Belani’s participation in the diverse group of influencers and experts.

Registration for Social Media Week Singapore 2013 is now open. This time, there are 35 events listed, open from February 18 to 22. Do note that these events are free to attend and you get to meet with, and hear and learn from, global social medial thought leaders. How to attend? Simply secure your place through the registration page . Registrations will close on 13 February 2013.

This event is hosted by AKA Asia and the line-ups are made possible by a host of global and regional brand partners including premium drinks company Diageo, Facebook, LinkedIn, Intel, Deezer, Broadcast HQ, and many more. Two speakers, namely Damien Cummings and Laura Balkovich, will give the Keynote Address on Monday, February 18 at 10 a.m. The duo will share their insights for this year’s global Social Media Week theme, Open & Connected: Principles for a Collaborative World.

According to Cummings, this is the best time to discuss the impact of social media and technology in shaping our societies. Everyone is talking about the world becoming more “open and connected,” which also happens to be the global theme of Social Media Week.

Interested attendees should take note that events fall into three streams such as Society & Culture, Business & Innovation and Media & Advertising.

  • Change the world with a hashtag – Monday, 18 Feb, 2.30 – 3.30pm @ Reading Room
  • Love in a time of social media – Tuesday, 19 Feb, 11am – 1pm (Venue TBC)
  • Growing up on Facebook – Tuesday, 19 Feb, 3 – 4.30pm (Venue TBC)
  • Where music, social & tech collide – Thursday, 21 Feb, 4pm onwards @ Broadcast HQ
  • Social media decathlon – Thursday, 21 Feb, 6.30 – 8.30pm @ Penny Black

Helping AKA Asia shape what will be a memorable week in social media conversations are the SMWSG Advisory Board members. Jason Aspes, Founding Partner of Newton Circus; Mohan Belani, Co-Founder and CEO of e27 and Optimatic Pte. Ltd;  Cherry Chan, Co-founder of System Sovereign and Syndicate.SG; Jamshed Wadia, Social Business Strategistm Intel and John Eng, Head of Marketing for Asia Pacific and Japan, LinkedIn; are just some of the influencers and experts who make up the diverse group.

If you are unable to attend in person, make sure to participate online by engaging in conversation or watch selected events on the Social Media Week livestream channel. Visit Social Media Week for latest news and updates or follow them on Twitter (@smw_sg) or Facebook .

Image Credits : Social Media Week Singapore

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