Category Archives: Exhibitions business

Interview with Tony Uphoff – on using Facebook and Twitter to network at events

Tony Uphoff runs UBM’s TechWeb (a sister company to my own) which runs Information Week and the Web 2.0 Expo co-produced with O’Reilly Media. Tony is very active in social media with a blog Uphoff on Media and a Twitter. Here he … Continue reading

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I’ve got my digital kit ready for the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco (plus shades!)

I will be travelling to or arrived in San Francisco when you read this, on my way to the Web 2.0 Expo, San Francisco. I’m really excited. Several leading and up-and-coming social media experts have arranged to meet me. I wrote … Continue reading

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Guest post: what you should do if your Twitter profile is going nowhere quickly

Ruth Galpine, a marketer on one of our exhibitions TFM&A, had set up a Twitter account but it was evidently not thriving (disclosure: my colleague). So we asked ourselves six questions of her Twitter activity. Within days, leading people in her community … Continue reading

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Five predictions for the economy and what to do about it

Roger Martin-Fagg made five predictions for the economy at the AEO Conference 2008. This is the Client Director Henley Management College economist who has made many gloomy predictions in the past and said at the same event last year there has … Continue reading

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The launch of Call Centre & Customer Management 365

Today, my company launched a new product – Call Centre & Customer Management 365 – at Call Centre Expo 2008. It is a virtual exhibition or enhanced directory produced by WebEvents. “Exhibitors” pay to maintain a “stand” all year round, populating it … Continue reading

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