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Events company Six Degrees brings Corporate Social Networking Forum to London

Staff (Social Media Portal) - 04 June 2009

Corporate Social Networking Forum comes to London

Event organiser Six Degrees bring the first Corporate Social Networking Forum to London for attendees to learn from global brands and experts next week

Corporate Social Networking logoNext Monday, 08 June 2009 sees the Corporate Social Networking Forum in London from event organiser Six Degrees.  

Chaired by James Garner, editor of Computer Weekly magazine, the conference is to be held at The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) with its keynote delivered by Suraj Kika, chief executive officer of content company Jadu.
The social networking conference focuses on business-to-business (B2B) social media from a mix of different organisations from private and public sector.  With a strong emphasis upon enterprise 2.0, the conference seeks to explore what businesses are experiencing now and what the future of corporate social networking is likely to be.Corporate Social Networking image

Guest speakers include senior figures from sectors including apparel and sports, business, social networks, insurance, PR, public sector, social media platform providers and more.  For a full list of the speakers and panel participants visit which will share experiences on the issues that have an impact upon them.

The structure of the full-day conference includes:
- Session one: Building a business and networking community
- Session two: Enterprise 2.0
- Session three: making the business case for corporate social networks
- Session four: Success stories and funding of enterprise 2.0

Alongside the conference is an exhibition including stands from corporate social network providers, operators, media agencies and software and technology developers.

Six Degrees held its first event dedicated social media and networking conference entitled the Social Networking World Forum, from 09-10 March 2009.

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