I just got a call from Peter Childs asking if I’d be willing to share some of my experiences with blogs as a marketing vehicle at CaseCamp Ottawa next Monday. For those of you who don’t know, CaseCamp is a marketing unconference open to anyone. Presenters share case studies of their work, with the goal of creating a commons for discussion, learning and networking.
CaseCamp comes to Ottawa on November 6th. Part education, part bragging and all fun – it’s an opportunity for marketers, digital media and PR people to get together and show what they’ve done to connect with and inform/influence people. It’s campaigns, cases and strategy – each presented in 15 minutes and answering a few simple questions – Who, How, and What did you learn.
Sounds simple. And it is – especially because you can be involved two ways – presenting what you’ve done and learned – or learning and discussing how to apply it to other projects. Sounds Interesting – there’s still room for presenters and participants. To sign-up use the CaseCamp wiki.
Like all “camp” unconferences, it’s an opportunity to meet some of the people in the Ottawa tech marketing community, share a beer and some laughs, and learn a little through exploration and discussion.
|When:||Monday, November 6, 2006 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM|
|Where:||The Clocktower Brew Pub
575 Bank Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5L7 Canada