We’re convinced that our Social Commerce Summit is the most valuable training conference you could – and should! – attend this year. Our alumni consistently rave about the opportunity to network and exchange industry pointers, the breakthrough insights shared, and of course, the food and fun.

But don’t take our word for it; since we’re all about word of mouth, we’ve asked some of last year’s attendees to sum up some of their favorite moments with us… beginning with Gerry Tseng from Procter & Gamble.

What was your key takeaway from the Social Commerce Summit? There’s much we can learn from our peers alongside Bazaarvoice.

What was most memorable about the Social Commerce Summit? It was a safe learning environment to connect and share what’s working and not within the social media space.

What did you enjoy most? No press :)

How has Bazaarvoice helped your company progress in social commerce? They offer great examples and industry thought leadership on how to best leverage the voice of our consumers in a meaningful and receptive way.

What are the biggest obstacles to accelerating and sustaining your social commerce strategy? Consistently defining safe approaches to a growing phenomenon.

Why is social commerce important to your business? We place our consumers first, and through social commerce we are learning new ways to listen to what matters in consumers’ lives, as well as engage with consumers in meaningful and relevant ways.

What are you most looking forward to at the 2009 Summit? Learning how to best embrace our most passionate consumers!

Other 2009 Summit attendees include Best Buy, Costco, Dell, IBM, the New York Times, and Verizon Wireless.

Visit www.socialcommercesummit.com for more information about the 2009 event.

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