Are you practising safe social media? Or are you likely to contract an STD (Socially Transmitted Disaster)? In a world that is in a perpetual state of hyper connectivity– this morning’s brand fail is lunchtime’s #PRFail meme. Managing a social media crisis can be a daunting experience.
** ANNOUNCEMENT :: We are delighted to welcome Comedian Jordana Borensztajn to this event **
Where: The Apartment, 401 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
When: Wednesday, 15 October 2014
Time: 6 pm, panel discussion will run from 6.45 until 8 pm.
Nicole Matejic – Founder & CEO – Social Media Monster
Nicole Matejic aka The #SocialFirefighter ™ is the Founder & CEO of Australian Social Media Crisis Communications Consultancy ‘Social Media Monster’ and global military think tank ‘Info Ops HQ.’ ? Nicole was an early adopter of using social media as a law enforcement and intelligence information source ? and has? since built a unique personal brand in the highly specialized emerging global niche of social media based military information operations. ?Nicole guest lectures at Universities around Australia?, is currently providing social media training to NATO and has over ten years Federal Government experience in media, issues and crisis management within the Home Affairs and Defence portfolios.
Monika Lancucki – ABC, Freelance Consultant at Orora Group, & Immediate Past President and Acting Secretary – IABC Victoria
Monika is an IABC accredited business communicator with ten years corporate affairs and investor relations experience (AMP, Deutsche Bank, Becton Property Group, PPB Advisory, Orora Group) and a former commercial litigator (Hall and Wilcox, Allens Arthur Robinson). She is a strategist, cool head in times of trouble and a longtime social media enthusiast and advocate. She looks forward to sharing her key insights from ten years at the coalface with Social Media Club Melbourne on 16 October. You can follow Monika @niska7 on twitter.
Jordana Borensztajn – Writer, Comedian, Social Media Trainer
Jordana Borensztajn is a writer, comedian and social media trainer. She is also an iPhone addict who has, so far, lived a life free of any Socially Transmitted Disasters. Of course that doesn’t stop her from stressing out. Is that the best hashtag? Is there a better filter? Will that stranger mind if I photograph his lunch for my Instagram account? You know, daily dilemmas. When she’s not on stage, Jordana blogs, consults on all things content and social-related, and presents a social media and online safety program to schools. More info at socialneedia.com.au
Kate Hughes – Digital Manager – L’Oréal Victoria
Your event MC – Yvonne Adele
MORE ABOUT #SMCMelb
Social Media Club Melbourne’s mission is to connect media makers from around the world to advance media literacy, promote industry standards, encourage ethical behaviour and share the lessons they have learned. Social Media Club brings together journalists, publishers, communications professionals, artists, amateur media creators, citizen journalists, teachers, students, tool makers, and other interested collaborators. Essentially the people who create and consume media who have an interest in seeing the ‘media industry’ evolve for everyone’s benefit. We look forward to meeting you and sharing the love at one of our free events!