Announcing The East African Social Media Conference 29th -31st October 2014 Kampala-Uganda- How Can Young Water Professionals Take The Water & Sanitation Sector To The Future Using Social Media Platforms

The Uganda YWP chapter will be convening sessions on how Young Water Professionals (YWPs) can use social media platforms to improve service delivery in the water and sanitation sector for example use it in daily operations, advocacy on issues like sanitation, Non-Revenue Water, Stakeholder feedback and management among others.
Theme: “Understanding the voice of the consumer: The Power of Social Media Marketing“
It will be in Kampala Uganda from 29th -31st October 2014, at the NWSC-International resource Centre
Please distribute the conference announcement in your networks and help to promote it. Below are the details.
East African Social Media Conference Scheduled for 29th -31st October Kampala, Uganda
The social media conference from 29th -31st October 2014 in Kampala Uganda under the theme “Understanding the voice of the consumer: The Power of Social Media Marketing” will attract over 1000 participants from within and beyond East Africa. At this conference participants will make connections with the regional leading innovative industrial experts one on one and peers and discover amazing ideas that will transform their social media marketing and communication position.
Major Objectives of the Conference will include sharing the role of social media marketing in achieving business growth, sharing the contribution of social media in understanding the voice of the consumer, networking with fellow marketers, creating a network for Social Media Marketers in East Africa.
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