HKSocial – 2014/march


Date: 14 March 2014
Time: 0800-1000
Venue: Mano, G/F The L Place, 139 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
early bird price (available until noon on Friday, 7 March):
HK$80 ([D+D] member) – HK$130 (non member)
regular price:
HK$100 ([D+D] member) – HK$150 (non member)
price includes coffee & pastries

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the future of HKSocial

As we kick off HKSocial, it’s important to understand where it fits into the digital and direct marketing mix. I hope HKSocial continues to play 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.

we’re now part of [D+D]

[D+D] brings together marketers, publishers, agencies and technology solutions providers to provide networking, education and advocacy for the digital and direct marketing industry. The revamped organisation launched in January, and incorporates the Asia Digital Marketing Association (ADMA) and the Hong Kong Direct Marketing Association (HKDMA) together with other groups regionwide.

march event

This month meet AURZA – who used crowd funding to launch their online fashion business. Come find out how you can use crowdfunding as part of your digital marketing to launch a new product line, or even a new business.

Plus, a round up of the latest social media news.

And a great opportunity to network with the sort of professionals who understand the value of starting their day early.

more on AURZA

This month will focus on how a crowdfunding campaign can generate the online buzz required to successfully launch a new product, service – or even a new business. And no business in Asia in the past year has demonstrated that better than Hong Kong-based fashion startup, AURZA. Come meet founders Jessica Stephens and Stephanie Holland, the woman behind one of the largest crowdfunding campaigns in Hong Kong history through Indiegogo. These women have caught the attention of many, including Forbes, and will help us understand what it takes to grab attention online and convert that into real business.