Date: 13 June 2014
Venue: Australia Centre, 24/F Harbour Centre, 25 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
(NB – there will be a security check on arrival at the venue)
Cost: FREE ([D+D] member) – HK$50 (non member) – price includes coffee & croissant
thank you sponsor
Thanks to our sponsor, this month, [D+D] members are able to attend for FREE whilst
non members receive a discounted rate of HK$50 (instead of the regular HK$150).
If you would like to sponsor a [D+D] event, please email us for details.
HKSocial is now [D+D]social
It’s important to understand where social fits into the digital and direct marketing mix. [D+D]social plays a role in showcasing the latest and greatest in new strategies for marketing on the web. We will invite Asia-based businesses to share with us their success stories each month, and we’ll provide monthly updates as to new strategies being implemented around the world.
A great opportunity to network with the sort of professionals who understand the value of starting their day early.
This month join us for a moderated conversation about social media and public diplomacy with a panel of senior consular representatives based in Hong Kong.
Plus, a round up of the latest social media news by our very social host – Jay Oatway.
Facebook Diplomacy: Governments and Social Media
Your chance to engage governments and be an informed citizen
Moving into social media is a big step for governments, and an important part of developing public diplomacy. And, as a citizen, this is your chance to stay engaged with the perceptions, issues and policies that drive “soft diplomacy”.
Join experts from the Australian, Philippines and United States Consulates-General in conversation with [D+D] Chairman, David Ketchum, on:
- What is Public Diplomacy?
- How does it work in traditional form?
- How does social media fit into Public Diplomacy strategies?
- What are the best platforms and practices?