Nicola, Director at Teneo will give #SMDublin attendees an overview of the upcoming social media trends for 2024 and how they can be implemented into future social media strategies.
Visiting speaker Lilith oversees NHS England's digital presence across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube, and working with celebrities, agencies and influencers to reach audiences on Snapchat and TikTok — reaching 30 million people every month (2021 averages).
In this innovative talk, Sina will examine how businesses can move from (short-sighted) brand image to (long-term) brand impact. In this thought-provoking talk, she will share the three pillar strategy to use the power of diversity to build a future-driven profitable brand.
Reaching an audience of over 584 million every month, LADbible Group has grown to become the biggest social publisher in the world. LADbible Group has been widely recognised across the industry for its impactful and perception changing campaigns.
We are delighted to welcome visiting speaker Nick who will share how the broadcaster has crafted its social media strategy to preview content and engage with viewers whilst promoting the E4 brand.
Anu leads UN Women’s global social media policy and strategy for a growing global presence on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and TikTok. She oversees daily social media content production, publishing and engagement around UN Women’s work and mandate including the advancement of gender equality, women’s rights and the empowerment of women and girls across the world.
Louise Ryan will give an overview of SEAI’s social media strategy and will give insights into some of their recent campaigns, including the Winter Ready campaign. Social media is a key part of how SEAI connects and engages with communities, businesses and citizens to create a cleaner energy future for Ireland.
"The Greatest Stunts we never pulled", Donagh will talk the blending of augmented reality, social media, PR and creators to drive fame for brands.
With over seven years in the video production industry and a wide range of videos created for businesses in the UK and Ireland, Niamh specialises in camera operation, video content creation and video confidence.
Arlene will give an overview of Galway City Council’s social media strategy and examples of campaigns that have worked well. Social media contributes to the provision of Council services and strengthens engagement with communities.
The OPW's responsibilities relate to three main areas: Estate Portfolio Management, Heritage Services and Flood Risk Management. Theresa will give an overview of OPW’s social media strategy.
daa’s principal activities include operating and managing Dublin and Cork airports, global airport retailing, and international aviation consultancy. Their social media strategy aims to enable business, and connect lives, across the world.
Hannah and Shane’s presentation will look at how your social media content can excite and engage – while driving real business results.
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