Planning has begun for the 2013 Vircomm Summit (see last year’s details).
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Vircomm2012 took place this past Thursday, Feb 9th & on all accounts ROCKED!
If you weren’t fortunate to be at the conference f2f, the sessions were streamed. Watch the @vircomm12 twitter account for the announcement when the sessions are uploaded.
Ribs Susiaho has offered up the Vircomm2012 Awards. I have to agree on the quote of the day… I’m trying to remember to ‘smile from the wrists down’ every day (though those pesky fingertips sometimes have a mind of their own…)
I’ve said it several times but I think it needs said again – a big thank you to Rebecca Newton & Oxana Morozowska for pulling together the conference! A big thank you also to the speakers, session moderators, volunteers & sponsors (Tempero, Crisp Thinking, Dis.cuss.it, eModeration )
Do you have photos or have you also blogged about it? Tell us in the comments below.
See you at Vircomm13!
Time is running out to get your tickets to Vircomm 2012! If you can be in London on Feb 9th & have even the vaguest interest in online communities, you should be there!
Check out the Agenda – you don’t want to miss the session on best practices of online human behaviour, or the one on gaming communities, or maybe the metrics session is for you? There’s also a keynote from Joshua March from conversocial & speakers from Moshi Monsters, Huffington Post, Crisp Thinking, CEOP, emoderation, Tempero, iFroggy, Elzware, Patients Like Me & more.
There will be an e-mint-up drinks session after the conference. Details to be announced.
FYI, Vircomm’s twitter account – @Vircomm12
Hope to see you there!
In case you’ve been putting off buying tickets to Vircomm on Feb 9th, we have some great news for you!! With all the season’s greetings going on, the Vircomm team have extended the early bird ticket sales til Jan 9th!
Go buy your tickets now! You’ll save just about £100 if you buy before Jan 9th. (early bird tix are £249)
This is going to be an awesome day – check out the schedule!
Is your title Online Community Manager? Social Media Manager? Do you build products for online communities? Are you a moderator? If so, this February 9th (2012), you should check out the Virtual Community Summit in London.
Vircomm Summit 2012 is a one-day conference for online community professionals which aims to bring together like-minded people for an intense day of discovery, innovation, and inspiration in the online community management arena.
Vircomm Summit 2012 will cover topics such as:
This is a bit last minute but oh well… any excuse for a pub & good conversation!
If you’re in London, come out this Thursday night for drinks & great conversation around community (or whatever you want to talk about). We’re especially interested in hearing your thoughts about having a community focused conference later this year.
So… if you want to met other e-mint-ers or talk community, head to Shoreditch Thursday night at 6p. We’re be at the Old Blue Last pub – details: http://emintmay2011.eventbrite.com/
Those of you in Bristol or the environs, please join us for a drink or two and possibly a pizza in Bristol this Thursday for the e-mint South West meetup (otherwise known as #emintup).
Yes, that’s right. We’re venturing out of London!
From 19:30 onwards we’ll be at Llandoger Trow on King St.
Photos & tweets (hashtag #emintup) are encouraged – as is talking & beers.
RSVP here or just show up on the night.
Thanks to Ed Mitchell & Jess Spate for helping with the organisation!!
Our next social is being held in central London on Tuesday 21 September.
We’ll be upstairs at the Blue Posts. This is the same pub as our last social in June.
Please RSVP via the eventbrite site – e-mint autumn drinks
Come join us for drink on June 17th.
This e-mint London ‘mintup’ will be just a nice friendly social evening. One of our members has recommended a quiet little pub just off Oxford Street. No football or loud music! If we get there early and there are enough of us, we can monopolise the upstairs room. The pub does normal pub food too.
RSVP please (the event is free, buy your own drinks but we’d like to have an idea of numbers)