Posted by: Rajiv Harjai | April 12, 2007

Social Media Event at Leeds Metropolitan University

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I am organizing a networking event for the PR students of Leeds Metropolitan University on the theme of social media. This is an invitation to the UK Bloggers, for joining this event to enlighten the students on different aspects of Social Media.

The Event will kick off at 1:00 pm on the 25th April, 2007, with a presentation on ‘How students can benefit from Social Media’ given by me and Simon Collister and Ian Green. (Venue : Jubliee Room in James Graham Building)

After which, there is an informal gathering where students will be able to interact with the bloggers, network with them and ask them questions etc… Every Blogger will have their own stall where their blogs will be on display. (Drinks and nibbles will be served)

I would like to thank all the bloggers attending this event who are:

  1. Richard Bailey (PR Studies Blog)
  2. Ian Green (Green Gathering Blog)
  3. Andrew Wake (Eventualities Blog)
  4. Simon Collister (Simon Says Blog)
  5. Lydia Cambata (PR Students R US Blog)
  6. Rajiv Harjai (Indian and Global PR – Student Blog) (Of course Me)

I would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to our sponsors: CIPR, Green Communications and Don’t Panic Event Management.

Anyone who would like to come for the event can email me at rajiv.harjai@hotmail.com

You can read about the event in more detail in Nicky’s Blog.

 

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Responses

  1. Hi Rajiv,

    Looking forward to the event. Lots to talk about as the blogosphere is in a constant state of flux – check out fuelmyblog.com.
    Let me know if you want us talk about anything in particular.

    Ian


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