New Speakers Announced for Facebook Marketing Conference inc Yorkshire Tea & BBC Worldwide
Following on from our Speaker and Programme announcement last week, we're very excited to announce new speakers have been added to the Facebook Marketing Conference (18th July) line-up, including Vincent Sider from BBC Worldwide, Dom Dwight from Yorkshire Tea and Digital Communications Consultant, Kathryn Corrick.
Find out more about each new speaker below, and remember to book your place now!
Vincent Sider (@vincentsider)
VP Social Media for BBC Worldwide
A highly experienced social media professional, Vincent started his career as Head of Online at MCI WorldCom in France. After co-founding Mobilabs, a popular dating and social networking company in France, he joined BT in 2006 and headed up the social media and online gaming strategy for BT Wholesale.
Dom Dwight (@domdwight)
Conversation Manager at Yorkshire Tea
Dom manages all social media conversations for Taylors brands (Yorkshire Tea and Taylors Coffee). He manages the production of branded content across social media and is developing it into major element of brand strategy. Previously Dom worked as communications editor for Bettys & Taylors.
Kathryn Corrick (@kcorrick)
Digital Communications Consultant
A decade of digital media experience has seen Kathryn contribute to the likes of McCann Erickson, Digital Britain, New Statesman magazine and the Online News Association. As well as being an independent communications consultant Kathryn is Journalist in Residence at Kingston University, UK Chair for the Online News Association and a member of Women in Journalism. She is on the advisory board of London Social Media Week and World Book Night.
That's on top of our already wonderful speaker line-up, consisting of:
- Tom Messett, Global Editor in Chief at Social Media Nokia (@tom_messett)
- Kelvin Newman, Strategy Director at SiteVisibility (@kelvinnewman)
- Nils Mork-Ulnes, Head of Analytics at Beyond (@nilsmu)
- Martin Belam, Principal Consultant at Emblem, formally of the Guardian (@currybet)
- Luke Brynley-Jones, CEO of Our Social Times (@lbrynleyjones)
- Sam Michel, CEO of Chinwag (@toodlepip)
Photo (cc) Chinwag