Painful Social Media Traps: Lessons from Kim Kardashian and Ariana Grande

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Every modern business must have a social media presence. However, many companies find out the hard way that corporate social media comes with harsh restrictions – which are very different from personal social media use. Use of music, images, photographs, brand identifies, and celebrity names and likenesses can be costly. Kim Kardashian was just awarded a $3 million judgment; Ariana Grand just sued Forever21 for $10 million; and Michael Jordan was famously awarded over $10 million in similar case.

This workshop will address critical issues facing all businesses in navigating the deceptively complex world of social media usage.

Speaker:
This workshop will be led by internationally renowned startup Mentor Mitchell Shelowitz, Managing Partner of SLG. Mitch has advised public and private, start-up and mature companies, on critical IP issues that every business must embrace on their social media platforms – whether it relates to music, images, photographs, brands identifies, and celebrities.

Who Should Attend:
This seminar is for entrepreneurs, investors, managers, and others that are engaged in corporate social media activities.

Walk in: 15:45
Presentation: 16:00
Networking: 17:00/17:15
Maybe a boat ride after 18:00

Sponsors Mitch Shelowitz