April Social Media Breakfast #SMBDC recap and a BONUS poll!

Thanks to everyone who made it to April’s Social Media Breakfast-DC at Busboys and Poets! We had a fantastic turnout and a great time learning more about some of the communities in DC that are driven by the power of social media and the passion of the people who use it to connect with others who are just as curious and passionate as they are.

Thank you to our speakers

Jill Foster for sharing stories of how, specifically, technology can and has helped communities of content creators in our area. Don’t miss DC Media Makers April Media Mashup event! Thank you to Frank Gruber for sharing his thoughts on entrepreneurship and social media. If you haven’t already, register for May’s Mobile TECH cocktail and this summer’s Digital Capital Week (@DCWEEK). Finally, thanks to Yong C. Lee for sharing what Social Media Club is doing to change the future of education through Social Media Club Education Connection (#SMCEDU).

Please stop by some of our guests’ blogs to read their reactions and see more from the breakfast. Ananda Leeke’s blog post has video interviews with some of our attendees, and L. Wesley Wilson from Hill & Knowlton wrote a reflection on the event.

If you missed the breakfast, shame on you. But because we’re good people we’ll let you check out the live stream and pictures from the event 🙂 We hope you can attend our event in May. Details and BIG news coming soon via our blog and our official registration page on Eventbrite.

Before you go...We’d love to get your feedback

Please click here to take a three-question poll. Tell us what day(s) of the week work for you, what topics you would like for future breakfasts, and what speakers you would like to hear from. The questions are ALL optional so feel free to give us as much or as little feedback as you’d like.

Thank you in advance! Please share this with friends and peers. We want to make the breakfast AWESOME for you.

Finally, thanks again to our April event partner, Tungle.me, and to our hosts, Busboys and Poets!

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2 responses to this post.

  1. […] a blast it was meeting recently with great folks and conversation at Social Media Club’s breakfast hosted in DC. It was great presenting there on an addictive topic: DC’s regional community. […]


  2. […] a blast it was meeting recently with great folks and conversation at Social Media Club’s breakfast hosted in DC.  It was great presenting there on an addictive topic:  DC’s regional […]


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