The second Dell B2B Social Media Huddle (hashtag: #dellb2b) took place at Microsoft in London on May 25, 2010. The aim of the one-day event was to bring together senior in-house communications and marketing professionals to exchange and share experiences on business-to-business social media for mutual benefit.
Each of the presentations, and some of the unconference sessions, were live-broadcast via UStream (see the video recordings) and audio-recorded for FIR Speakers & Speeches podcasts.
In this FIR Speakers & Speeches podcast, FIR co-host Neville Hobson kicked off the event with an introductory presentation that addressed the big question: Why should you care about social media?
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About the Dell B2B Presenter
Neville Hobson, ABC, is an IABC-accredited communicator, blogger and podcaster, one of the leading European early adopters and influencers in social media communication for business.
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Photo of Neville Hobson by Benjamin Ellis, used under CC license. Taken at the Dell B2B Huddle.
(Cross-posted from For Immediate Release, Shelâ€™s and my podcast blog.)