Building on the explosive success of last year’s first Social Commerce Summit in London hosted at The Magic Circle Headquarters and world-famous ABSOLUT ICEBAR, Bazaarvoice is excited to announce the launch of our second-annual UK Social Commerce Summit. The 2009 Social Commerce Summit London event will be hosted on 7 October at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, followed by a champagne boat ride down the River Thames to our illustrious after-party at Buddha Bar London.

We’re bringing the best in Social Commerce! From notable keynotes and client presentations, to real-world training and roundtable discussions, Bazaarvoice’s Social Commerce Summit London is the definitive event for driving social commerce strategy and ROI.

Our keynote speakers include:jamescaan-01

You’ll also experience engaging seminars on customer-centricity, measuring ROI, breathing “Customer Oxygen,” and the Bazaarvoice product roadmap. View the full agenda online.

The Bard once asked: “Can one desire too much of a good thing?” We hope not. With a day full of informative and entertaining keynotes, real-world training and sessions, and plenty of time to network with peers, this year’s Social Commerce Summit in London is sure to be a hit. Brush up on your Shakespeare, because the social commerce event of the year doth cometh in October!

2 Responses to “2009 Social Commerce Summit London”

  1. I was excited to see the summit announcement and will retweet.

    I would love to attend but as a non-profit start-up this may not be feasible.

    Brett Hurt’s presentation on “Operationalizing User-Generated Content: Impact Across the Organization” is translatable to the work I do with non-profit clients in that UGC should be utilized to influence policy decisions, improve service functionality, reinforce organizational credibility and client stewardship of their “social brand”.

    Would a web/pod/tweet cast be possible?

    Thank you,

    Jennifer De Guelle
    Social Media Charity Matters
    AustinMSW.com
    http://twitter.com/AustinMSW

  2. I was excited to see the summit announcement and will retweet.

    I would love to attend but as a non-profit start-up this may not be feasible.

    Brett Hurt’s presentation on “Operationalizing User-Generated Content: Impact Across the Organization” is translatable to the work I do with non-profit clients in that UGC should be utilized to influence policy decisions, improve service functionality, reinforce organizational credibility and client stewardship of their “social brand”.

    Would a web/pod/tweet cast be possible?

    Thank you,

    Jennifer De Guelle
    Social Media Charity Matters
    AustinMSW.com
    http://twitter.com/AustinMSW

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