IIAR London Forum, 5th March 2014 – Ethics and Social Media

The IIAR is holding a UK Forum, in London, on the 5th March 2014, with 2 panels to discuss “Ethics in the Analyst Industry” and the “Value of Social Media in Analyst Engagements”. Both topics overlap and are at the forefront of today’s Analyst Relations practice. Free to attend for all IIAR Members, new members may join here or contact the IIAR to purchase a “seat” for the Forum. Just make sure you SAVE the DATE.

Date: March 5th,2014TIME: 3.45pm to 7pm

Venue: London             .

Agenda
3:45 to 4:05 pm: Refreshments
4:15 to 5:00 pm: Panel 1
5:05 to 5:50 pm: Panel 2
5:50 to 7:00 pm: Networking over drinks
7:00 onwards: Drinks/Dinner at a nearby place of refreshment

Panel 1: Ethics in the analyst industry
Panel of Analysts, AR Professional and industry experts discussing what the ethical standards should be across the analyst industry. IIAR draft white paper on ethics will also be discussed and debated. This paper, when finalised, will be published and shared with all analyst houses globally.

Moderator: Simon Levin, (@theskillsconxn ,LinkedIn) –  MD, The Skills Connection

Panel 2: Value of social media in analyst engagements
The panel will discuss analyst use social media, how many use it and what they use it for. Do they see it as an effective medium to connect and communicate? How they use social media to interact with AR people. This discussion would help AR people to further refine their social media strategy to engage with analysts better.

Moderator: David Rossiter, (LinkedIn, @davidrossiter) – Director, Sunesis

Event Architects: 
      IIAR UK Chapter Team:

  • Callum Heckstall-Smith, Account Manager, FleishmanHillard
  • David Rossiter, Director, Sunesis
  • Simon Levin, MD, The Skills Connection & Board Member, IIAR
  • Yash Khanna, Director AR & Marketing, TCS & Board Member, IIAR
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