TweetUp Focuses on Boston Jobs
Posted on December 16, 2010
Boston is holding their second annual TweetUp that will focus on Boston jobs, hiring, networking, etc.
Come join the 2nd Annual MegaTweetup, for a celebration honoring a years worth of TweetUps and networking events throughout New England on Thursday December 16, 2010 from 6-10 PM at The Microsoft New England Research & Development Center (NERD). Think red carpet meets music awards, paired with unprecedented networking, all at a TweetUp.
I’m attending the 2nd Annual #MegaTweetup, Dec 16th in Cambridge, Ma @MSNewEngland http://bit.ly/MegaTweetUp2.
It doesn’t matter if youre a business owner, a college student, an executive at a Fortune 500 company, or in transition, said Joselin Mane, founder of Boston Tweetup. People do business with people they know, like, and trust. This TweetUp is the perfect way to enhance your life and your career by developing new relationships and strengthening those you already have. MegaTweetup also offers an opportunity to connect with New Englands best and brightest minds in a relaxed fun environment.
Newbies to the social media scene can learn tips on how to get started and understand the value of social media for a career and business from social media leaders including Steve Garfield, David Gerzof, Tom OKeefe, Joselin Mane, CC Chapman, Ann Hadley and Laura Fitton.
Even though its a social event, be sure to bring business cards, since this event will be a great way to connect with many different people for outsourcing, partnership, and/or hiring.
A broad spectrum of industries, interests, and professions such as technology, social media, music & entertainment, gaming, green, tech, pharma, gen Y, education, non-profit sector, government, politics, research, art, marketing & public relations, traveling from New York, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Canada will be in attendance.
Throughout the evening a Social Media Listening Command Center, comprised of Emerson College #ESM student Zach Cole, Boston University students and 14-year old Lane Sutton a.k.a. Kid Critic, will be tracking, monitoring and reporting all social media activity, including foursquare check-ins, mentions on twitter and more.
To share and discuss your experience at the MegaTweetup, use the hashtag: #MegaTweetup. Tell your friends and coworkers that you will be attending by tweeting, “I’m attending the 2nd Annual #MegaTweetup, Dec 16th in Cambridge, Ma @MSNewEngland http://bit.ly/MegaTweetUp2.
Following the event, two case studies will be released reviewing the social media activity and the impact of the event for sponsors. The first case study will be released on Monday December 20, 2010 covering the social media statistics and influence of the event. The second case study will be released on Monday January 3, 2011 reviewing the impact and benefits for the partners and sponsors that took part in the MegaTweetup.