Are you an engineer, tech minded, know the difference from chips to rams and that fibre optics is not used for knitting hi tech clothing, then this webinar is for you.
The importance of Social Media should be firmly fixed in your mind as a must do, rather than passing it off as a fad. In my other con-current lives in the engineering software field ( http://www.Holodesk.biz – http://www.iqrite.com – http://www.digitaldaytime.com Social Media plays a crucial role in reaching out to clients world-wide. The concept of being listened to, easily found, finding others, being an authority and bringing the world to your desktop can only now be achieved with the right strategy using Social Media tools. Here is your FREE “toes in the water” chance to listen in on some experienced players in the USA market as you prepare for 2011.
In this practical how-to webinar, EE Times and a panel of engineers who use these tools regularly in their jobs will cut through the social media clutter and show you how to use tools like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter professionally to network, market your skills, and stay employed in an uncertain economy.
Presenter: Mike Delaney, Founder and President, Global Network Recruiting (GNR)
Mike DeLaney has over 15 years of experience working with technology companies throughout North America. He graduated from the SUNY Institute of Technology with a degree in EE. In 2000, he founded Global Network Recruiting–the leading hi-tech recruiting firm nationwide.
Presenter: Eric Mantion, Director of Social Media Strategy, Intel Embedded & Communications Group
Eric owns the Social Media strategy, including Twitter, Facebook, and Community for Intel’s largest “growth pillar” – the $1B+ Embedded Group that focuses on everything from Robots & Communications Infrastructure to Smarter Home Phones & In-vehicle Entertainment systems.
Presenter: Todd Sierer, Director of Social Media and Development, Edmund Optics, Inc.
Todd Sierer recently joined Edmund Optics, Inc., a leading supplier of optical components and imaging solutions, to head up its social media strategy. As an engineer he now works on “the dark side” (a.k.a marketing).
Host: Karen Field, VP-EE Life Community, UBM Electronics
In her role overseeing EE Times’ EE Life Community, Karen focuses on developing content that resonates within the culture of the engineering community and leads the charge across EE Times website implementing social media strategies which span the full product line up.
Date / Time
New Zealand Time 08:00:00 a.m. Thursday December 16, 2010
GMT Standard Time
Wed, Dec 15, 2010 07:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time
Wed, Dec 15, 2010 02:00 PM
Pacific Standard Time
Wed, Dec 15, 2010 11:00 AM