Social Networks: The Business Case with Damien Mulley

Posted by October 30, 2007
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Soho House, Private Members Club
21 Old Compton Street
London, England W1D 5JJ

Tuesday, November 20, 2007
08:30am – 10:00am

How much
Members £23.50
Non-members £35.25

About the event

A brisk walk though the social networking jungle with Damien Mulley as your guide. He’ll be showing you the different species of social networks out there – ones to use, ones to avoid and ones to watch.

He’ll also give business cases for using social networks like how some businesses have made useful contacts, shared information and even made cold hard cash from the most hyped technology area in the past few years. All that and pokes as well!

Damien is flying over from Cork, Ireland specifically for this event!

About Damien

side shot of Damien Mulley in black and white

Damien Mulley is a technical writer in an IT company in Cork. He is also the organiser of the Irish Blog Awards, writes a technology column for the Sunday Tribune, is the former chairman of broadband lobby group IrelandOffline and talks to organisations and enterprises about technology trends and social media.

About the BIMA Breakfast Bites

BIMA Breakfast Bites (B3!) is the new educational series from BIMA. This series of intimate gatherings will showcase an industry specialist’s Top Ten Tips on the most prevalent issue of the day.

The bites series, which will run every four to six weeks, will be a place to begin your thinking on a topic, to facilitate easy networking and to launch you into your day with some new ideas and sparky insights.

Tickets are now on sale on the BIMA Web site so book now to avoid disappointment.

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  1. On October 31st, 2007, BIMA Blog » How not to react to negative social conversation said...

    […] Mulley, who’s flying in from Ireland to speak at our next Breakfast Bite and who I’ve invited to be a guest writer on this blog, was on one end of this conversation […]

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