2013 We First Social Branding Seminar

2013 We First Social Branding Seminar
Event on 2013-09-24 08:00:00

Join over 200 brand executives at the only event focused on the intersection of corporate purpose and social marketing. The 2013 We First Social Branding Seminar is designed to help business leaders tell the story of the good work they’re doing in ways that build their company’s reputation, bottom line, and social impact


Early-bird pricing expires July 5!   www.wefirstbranding.com/seminar


Today’s brands face a well-informed, media-savvy and mobilized audience that rewards positive business practices and punishes those that don’t serve the greater good.It’s no longer good enough to just “be on social media.”  Becoming a purpose-driven social brand is now a critical business strategy.


The We First Seminar is no ordinary conference: It’s a 2-day thought leadership and executive training summit that will transform your business. 


You’ll leave with a practical and actionable social branding plan specific to your business based on best practices and case studies brought to life by myself and an exclusive line-up of literally the best marketers and business leaders in the world including:  

Tom LaForge, Global Director, Human & Cultural Insights at the Coca-Cola Company

Aaron Sherinian, VP for Communications and Public Relations for the UN Foundation

Paull Young, Director of Digital at charity: water

Simon Mainwaring, Founder and CCO, We First

With more announcements to come…


Ample brainstorming and networking time with our extraordinary speakers and over 200 high-level executives from global brands like Nike, Coca-Cola, UN Foundation, and more.


FREE TICKET to invite your favorite non-profit or Foundation partner, so you’ll have a positive impact just by attending. All they cover is travel and accommodation (if required) but the Seminar – thanks to you – is free.

at W Hollywood
6250 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, United States

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