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Social Media Crisis Masterclass at Nottingham, New Art Exchange

Prohibition

Wednesday, 6 December 2017 from 08:00 to 09:30 (GMT)

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In the era of 24 hour news, social media and mobile devices, news spreads quicker than ever before. Organisations don’t have as much control over their marketing messages and, as a result, news of a crisis can travel in seconds. This invite-only breakfast seminar explores the increasing risk of an online crisis and will offer specialist advice, guidance and examples on how to identify and respond to an online crisis efficiently.

The session will:

  • Identify an online crisis response to go through
  • Help determine the correct platforms to use to avoid further reputational damage Highlight the benefits of social media newsrooms
  • Provide best practice tips and advice on how to get control back and have an influence on what is being said online 

Please note this event is not open to Freelancers or PR and social media agencies unfortunately.

WHO WILL THIS BE RELEVANT FOR?
Marketers responsible for social media marketing, reference programs, online or digital marketing, brand awareness, demand generation, brand and customer loyalty/retention would benefit most from attending.
Join the conversation for this online by using the #hashtag: #prohibstrategy

About Prohibition
Prohibition is listed in Prolific North’s Top 50 PR Agencies and is currently the CIPR’s Outstanding Small Consultancy having won a number of industry awards in 2016 including Best Consumer Relations Campaign and scooping Best Integrated Campaign and Best use of Social Media in 2015. This agile dynamic consultancy has been described by the CIPR as: “An agency with clear differentiation in their market sector. Its commitment to nurturing the industry's young talent is not just laudable, but also has a clear business goal as they seek to build a regional powerhouse.”
About the speakers:

Chris Norton, Founder and Managing Director, Prohibition.
Chris Norton, is the managing director of the CIPR's Outstanding Small Consultancy of 2016 Prohibition and an award-winning crisis management practitioner with more than seventeen years’ PR experience having worked both in-house and in a number of international consultancies.

Chris set up the UK’s first word-of-mouth marketing consultancy and the body that represented the industry, he is a regular winner of the “Best Use of Social Media” and "Best Integrated Campaign" awards. He is also a regular speaker on online communications and his Norton’s Notes blog is listed as the 7th most influential PR and social media blog in the UK.

In 2013, Chris co-authored the CIPR’s Social Media Handbook “Share This Too” which went on to become the fastest selling social media book on Amazon. He is a part-time lecturer on Digital Communications at Leeds Metropolitan University and also sits on the CIPR Committee as its social media coordinator. Chris has delivered social media campaigns for clients such as: Sony Ericsson, Ronseal, Goldsmiths, Watches of Switzerland, Interflora, Meadowhall, George Foreman, Russell Hobbs and Hallmark Cards.

Do you have questions about Social Media Crisis Masterclass at Nottingham, New Art Exchange? Contact Prohibition

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New Art Exchange
39-41 Gregory Blvd,
NG7 6BE Nottingham
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 6 December 2017 from 08:00 to 09:30 (GMT)


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