With presence in five global cities, including the likes of Berlin, Sao Paulo, New York, London and San Francisco, we are excited to announce Toronto as the sixth city set to partake in the Social Media Week brand. Taking place from February 1st – 5th, the brilliant advisory board which includes Microsoft Canada’s David Crow, ComScore’s Bryan Segal and the IAB Canada’s Paula Gignac, have been integral in overseeing the development of rich and diverse content.
Produced by leading digital agency ‘Entrinsic,’ in conjunction with the Toronto Digital Media community, Eli Singer, head Toronto city organizer is inspired by the momentum being driven by the impressive event perspective thus far.
The goal of Social Media week Toronto is simple: Bring together industry insiders, informed technology and digital advocates and have the discussions we often don’t get to engage in at larger conferences that take place throughout the year. With the intent to connect across all creative channels and explore the various ways that digital media has influenced and informed our global perspectives, the week promises to be diverse and unique in its scope. As such, registrants will have the chance to engage in a diverse menu of event offerings, spanning from “How do you raise money if you’re not Barack Obama?” to “No Cheerleaders Allowed: An Honest Conversation about Social Media.”
We’re thrilled to be engaged in global partnerships with Mashable (the Social Media Guide), The New York Times and our global headline sponsor, Meebo. We’ve also engaged in media partnerships with Techvibes and the Torontoist, for complete event coverage during the week of February 1st-5th. You can access the event schedule here and register for any or all of the sessions. Registration is limited, so get there soon!
For more information, or to register an event or become a sponsor, please contact Eli Singer, Jyotika Malhotra, or Soniya Monga