For a preview of the meeting, here is a blog interview of Giovanni Rodriguez
Social Technology and the Presidential Election:
An Insider's Perspective on the Next Wave of Marketing Innovation
The 2012 presidential race is by far the most sophisticated to date in its design adoption and deployment of a wide range of social technologies and practices. Who is doing what, and what is working? Is social tech playing a leading role or a supporting role? What can we all learn from best practices in Campaign 2012, whether we are in business, government or the NGO world? Giovanni Rodriguez, an adviser to the White House and the Democratic National Committee, will provide SVForum attendees with a close look at the race, with a special focus on data and insights gathered in these final weeks. His POV: "Social will not only help shape the outcome of the election, but will also provide all marketers with a close look at best practices which will become mainstream in the next few years."
About the Speaker:
Giovanni Rodriguez, CEO & C0-Founder, SocialxDesign www.socialxdesign.com
Award-winning consultant, strategist and thought leader on marketing, organizational design, and social technology, Rodriguez is co-founder and CEO of SocialxDesign. In prior roles, he has served as a senior member of the social-technology team at Deloitte Consulting, chief marketing officer for a publicly traded company, and managing partner of The Conversation Group (TCG), one of the first social-technology consulting firms. Known for his groundbreaking work in large-scale communications campaigns and social technology, Rodriguez has advised organizations as diverse as The New York Stock Exchange, NBC, Unilever, the Democratic National Committee, and The White House. He is a regular contributor for Forbes, a columnist for ClickZ (the “Marketing to Latinos” column), and the author of an upcoming book on how social engagement is helping to remake the way government services are delivered (O’Reilly Media, Winter 2012). Politic 365 recently named Rodriguez a “game changer” for his work in multicultural media. He is a graduate of Princeton University and an MSc candidate at the University of London.
Thanks to our sponsors Moss Adams LLP ,Nixon Peabody, and Technology Credit Unioin for their generous support and EMC for being the facilities host and food sponsor.
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2831 Mission College Blvd
Santa Clara, CA 95054
6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Registration / Networking / Refreshments (Pizza & drinks)
7:00 - 7:15 p.m. Announcements and Introductions
7:15 - 8:15 p.m. Presentation and Discussion
8:15 - 8:45 p.m. Wrap-up / Networking
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