#swarmsyd Community Management Presentations
#swarmsyd Community Management Presentations

#swarmsyd Community Management Presentations

It’s a wrap! On Thursday 10 November Quiip hosted Australia’s first Online Community Management conference: swarmsydney. It was even more awesome than we could have hoped! If you missed out – here are the presentations from our fine speakers. Before we share them – a huge thank you to everyone who attended. We felt honoured […]

14th November 2011


It’s a wrap! On Thursday 10 November Quiip hosted Australia’s first Online Community Management conference: swarmsydney. It was even more awesome than we could have hoped! If you missed out – here are the presentations from our fine speakers.

Before we share them – a huge thank you to everyone who attended. We felt honoured to share the day with the attendees and speakers -all of whom were amazing and talented community peeps. You can follow the swarmee twitter list here which is being updated as we speak. We even trended on twitter in Australia, go swarm!

Please find links to the presentation’s below:

Bryony Cole from Yammer’s presentation on The Third Phase of Community Management.

Stephen Johnson from Altitud3’s presentation on Creating Value Within Persistently Disruptive & Convergent Social Ecosystems *coming soon!*

Rich Millington from Feverbee’s presentation on Re-thinking Community Management. (Huge thanks to Rich travelling all the way from the UK for our first event!)

Connie Bensen from Dell’s presentation on 5 steps to grow the Community Management Role.

Jonathon Hutchinson from ABC Pool’s presentation on Are Community Managers’ the Centre of the Universe?

Venessa Paech from Community Engine’s presentation of the Community Exile. **coming soon!**

> Jenny Duxbury from NineMSN’s presentation on Regulatory Challenges for Social Media. **coming**

You can also read blog posts from the day here (updated as we go!). Do you have one to share? Let us know!
Bryony Cole – Community Management: an opportunity, a challenge

Once again thanks to Quiip peeps (@lexiphanic, Amanda & Fee), Community Engine and Yammer for getting behind the day.

If you’re interested in attending, or helping, next year please register your interest at: swarmsydney.com.au by joining the mailing list.

We hope to see you again at swarm2012!
Alison

// Thanks to @unicorn_breath for the pic //

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  • looks great… thanks again for all the links. 

  • Di

    Good on you for the initiative — so glad it worked out well!

    • Thanks Di. It was a bit more work than we anticipated, but even more rewarding and enjoyable than we could have hoped. Such a great collection of minds in one room! We’ve already started planning swarm2012 despite our best attempts to have a break 😉

  • Hi Alison
    Thanks for the link. This will ensure I can share with my team my learning from the Swarm