It has been a great privilege to attend Le Web London this week and I am really happy that our company, Voice, was actively participating in one of their panels. Here it is and I am posting it because it is the best piece I have so far explaining what Voice is all about - and by doing so explaining why I feel so strongly about this particular job and need to this approach to social media consultancy. Enjoy!
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Le Web is in London now - today and tomorrow. The first day was very exciting and if you want to see full write up of all major session, please check One Man Blog. I would like to share my personal insights:
1. Event itself - I am impressed with the organisation, design, food, expo - all areas and aspects of the event. I think it is really well prepared! Good work to @loic and his wife, @geraldine!
2. I am really happy that the event gave me the opportunity to network with very interesting people I happen to know on-line. You will see me talking to them on Twitter today.
3. I like to put a pace to a brand so I am really impressed to hear from Istagram, Jamie Oliver, Google (great intro to Google+ and its background and future), CQ Spark, Radian6, Cadbury's. I am truly unimpressed with Klout.
4. I am really happy that wifi - considering the amount of attendees - was fairly stable. I was however really disappointed with Storify, mainly their iPad app (no way to take notes, it's not stable enough).
I was taking it easy today and listened more than took notes, but you will find most of the points I took today in my tweets below (I will evaluate on those in my future posts in more detail). More to come tomorrow!;)