Social Media Week, the global conference that celebrates social media with a week of conferences, talks and sessions is coming to Bristol. Bristol is the first city outside of London to host SMW, a testament to the digital talent in the South West and an exciting opportunity for our Bristol studio to share some of our insights in sessions throughout the week. We are running five separate events, each focusing on different aspects of our work so take your pick:

Do Lectures Social Media Week

Let’s “Do” lunch

e3 is collaborating with “DO” – the Global Encouragement Network – to host three individual lunchtime workshops  on the 16th,17th and 18th of November. All three are designed to give you the tools and information to help you – DO fundamental stuff, DO successful stuff and and learn how to DO it all in a lunchtime! Individual sessions will be led by Mark Shayler, founding partner of the DO Lectures, Michael Townsend Williams, founder of Breathe Sync and our very own Creative Director, Dom Baker.

16th November 12:30-2.00pm Mark Shayler – Register here

17th November 12:30-2.00pm Michael Townsend Williams – Register here

18th November 12:30-2.00pm Dom Baker – Register here

Social Media Week Arthritis Research UK

Agency Collaboration: Helping a Charity Make Sense of Social

Kate Fitzpatrick, Senior Strategist at e3, has worked alongside Arthritis Research UK for the last 10 months to deliver a framework that puts social media at the centre of supporter and influencer communications. Kate will use this session to take you through the key ingredients required for a social media framework. While this session focuses on third sector communications, it’s useful for any company who needs strategic and focused insight to develop their social.

17th November 17:00-18:00 - Register here

Twitter e3 Social Media Week

How to get 100,000 impressions on Twitter

How do you make your Twitter channel popular? How do you measure popularity anyway? Why is my company even on Twitter? Does it even affect my bottom line? What’s the ROI? If these are all the questions you think about when you’re doing social, but you never have enough time to investigate then this talk is to you. Emily Waddell, Marketing and PR Executive will be running a practical session of the best tips and tools to use on Twitter that you can practically take into the office as soon as the session is over.

17th November 16:00-17:00 – Register here