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Go Global or Go Home: Become a Worldwide Player with High Touch Digital Marketing

A session at Blacks in Tech at SXSW Interactive

Sunday 10th March, 2013

2:30pm to 3:30pm (CST)

The world is getting smaller, which means your public footprint needs to be bigger. Professionals who want to thrive and keep ahead of the curve need to engage worldwide. Large organizations have already moved past US borders to increase their profitability, but what if you don’t have deep pockets like the big boys or a company to sponsor you?
This is where technology and social media comes in. The Internet is the great equalizer; it allows access for the little guy (or girl) that would not have been possible in the past. Our panel of marketing and social media experts, who hail from blue chip corporations and global advertising agencies, will share valuable insight for professionals and small business owners on how to be next level...and go worldwide.

About the speakers

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Jetta Bates

SXSW panelist & avid globetrotter known for PR strategy. Shares unique food/travel/style/biz experiences for fun via NBC-5, Essence, NPR, iHeartRadio & more. bio from Twitter

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Cle Andrea Hayden
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Glenn Murray

Founder, 220 Communications

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Shawn Taylor

Media consultant, media relations, PR, Treetop Consulting

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Time 2:30pm3:30pm CST

Date Sun 10th March 2013

Where

BiT House | Colorado Room, Hilton Garden Inn Austin Downtown

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