June 19, 2014 · 12:00 PM
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Join us to write the next chapter in financial social media!
A flurry of regulations have been passed allowing Wall Street to use social media. From wealth management to private equity, insurance to hedge funds, the light is flashing green. Many institutions have hit the gas pedal, using blogs, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube to do everything from attract assets and build brands to recruit talent and resolve crises. Now it’s time to figure out what comes next.
Following an “unconference” format, the attendees at #SocialWallStreet will co-create the meeting's agenda, identifying the top challenges we face over the next three years. We'll then brainstorm the solutions and share the results online for everyone to benefit.
The event is hosted by the Public Relations Society of America New York chapter. It will be held at the storied Museum of American Finance, a Smithsonian affiliate in the very building where Alexander Hamilton founded the Bank of New York.
Can't attend in person? You can still join this MeetUp to learn more, interact with peers, pose questions and help out others.
Funds go to benefit the student society of the Public Relations Society of America New York Chapter.