Impressions of TweetCamp

tweetcampsponsors An extremely enjoyable day is how I’d sum up my overall thoughts about TweetCamp London 09 which took place yesterday, June 27, in Richmond.

I reckon there were well over 100 people at this event, superbly organized by Farhan Rehman, Desigan Chinniah and Jon Bishop plus a host of contributor-organizers (the ones wearing dark blue t-shirts such as Matt O’Neill [photo] and Benjamin Ellis).

I was especially impressed by the excellent organization of the event. That’s down to the three organizers – I’d hire them to organize an event! – and all the helpers plus the sponsors without whom I don’t think TweetCamp could have happened.

According to the t-shirts (photo above by Adam Tinworth), those sponsors were PayPal – the event took place in the UK office of their parent company, eBay – Gumtree, Addlestones, mymuesli and Sun Startup Essentials.

I’ve recorded some thoughts in an Audiboo, below, but let me bullet-point some of my impressions.

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Communication Leader, Social Media Leader, Consultant, Digital Change Agent, Speaker with a curiosity for tech and how people use it. Early adopter (and leaver) and experimenter with social media. Occasional test pilot of shiny new objects. Avid tea drinker.

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