Social Fresh Launching in Charlotte

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Social Fresh, Social Media ConferenceSocial Fresh is a Social Media event series I am very proud to be launching in Charlotte, NC on August 24th this year, just a couple months away. The first event is a one day conference in Uptown Charlotte and is packed with great content.

I have seen the demand for social media education skyrocket these last couple months and really want to add an event that brings exciting and quality content to the social media marketing discussion.

Social Fresh is about 2 things, bringing tangible business examples of social media marketing success and discussing the future of the technology that drives social media.

If you are in the Southeast and want to learn from some amazing Social Media Thought leaders, you should definitely try to make it.

Who Will Be There?

We already have some amazing speakers, sponsors, and attendees signed up from companies like IBM, Facebook, Myspace, Rubbermaid, Best Buy, the Humane Society, Crocs, and more. Tickets have been on sale for just over a week and we have already sold 20% of what is available. With a couple months to go, I am very happy to see such great response.

Here are a few of the speakers. Get more info on them and their expertise on the website.

How Much Is It?

Prices are $195 for May, $235 in June and will go up again in July and August. If you are interested in attending, just watch the Social Fresh main site for updates about discounts that we are partnering with different people on. Keep in mind though, the ticket cost will rise each month. For the next couple of days a $45 discount is still available on our Early Bird registration.

More on Social Fresh

The Charlotte event is the first Social Fresh event, but we have already received interest in bringing it to a few other cities and are looking into some other spin off possibilities. No big announcements yet, but if you are interested in partnering with Social Fresh or want to bring an event like this to your city, shoot me an email (jason at jasonkeath dot com) or @jakrose me on Twitter.

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  1. vikdug
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    Great work Jason! Keep us posted on your blog so we can follow how it progresses..

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