Date: 02 Feb 2012, PRmoment Conferences
Cost: Tickets are £155 + VAT
Venue: Ketchum Pleon, Central London
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8.45am Registration, coffee and croissants
9.10am Chairperson's Introduction
9.15am How World Vision uses social media to mobilise supporters and support beneficiaries during a crisis
Kate Nicholas, Chief Communications Officer, World Vision
• What is World Vision’s social media response for beneficiaries?
• How does World Vision use social media to mobilise supporters during a crisis?
• How does World Vision embed social media into their communications campaigns?
• How World Vision uses social media to communicate internally with their global constituents
9.45am How can you put together a social media monitoring tool to enable you to respond to a social media crisis?
Richard Bagnall, MD, Metrica
• Why do should companies monitor the social web?
• How should you organise your social monitoring processes and what might they look like
• What channels do you need to measure to create an effective early warning system
• What are the signs that you response is working? Or not working?
• Big brands need a social media monitoring system – but do SME’s?
10.10am Case Study: The Arab Spring - Tui’s three themes of social media communications
Christian Cull, Communications Director, Tui
The Crisis: Following Foreign Office advice, and with only 24 hours’ notice, how did social media help Tui evacuate a number of resorts across the Middle East?
A Customer Communications Tool:
Resort Closure: When customers were no longer able to visit their original destination, how did Tui use social media channels to communicate their alternative choices/options?
Industrial Action: How Tui used social media to update customers during the recent Greek air traffic controller strikes
A Media Relations Tool:
How Tui use Twitter to keep journalists up to date with the latest developments during a crisis
10.45am Networking coffee break
11.10am What does the perfect Crisis Response Team Look Like?
Speaker to be confirmed
• What is the skill set required for a social media response team
• How many people should be in a crisis response team
• What is the role of scenario planning in social media crisis response
11.45am What does a social media crisis cost a brand?
James Ainsworth, Community Manager, Social and Web Solutions, Alterian
• How far does public opinion shift in a PR crisis and how long does it take a brand to recover?
• How do the social media responses of Dominoes, Nestle and United Airlines Compare?
• How does a social media crisis affects a company’s share price?
• How a brand’s response to a crisis can affect how quickly their positive sentiment recovers
12.15pm How companies can use their own blogs and web forums as an early warning system
Clare Moore-Bridger, Communications Manager, eBay
• Why eBay do not monitor Facebook or Twitter
• How eBay encourages engagement though their message boards, forums and blogs
• How eBay responds to potentially serious themes that the monitoring of their forums picks up
12.35pm How to use social media during a corporate crisis
Leading corporate brand
• How to use social media to communicate in a crisis situation
• How to use social media as a customer relations tool during a crisis
• Why social media monitoring is an excellent early warning system for bands
• How social media fits in to the integrated communications program for product recalls
1.05pm Chairperson's closing summary
1.15pm Buffet lunch and informal networking
2.00pm Close of conference
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