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Five social media truths for industry analysts

One man band
One man band, by Ferrell McCollough

Industry analyst is a tough act to master: just like a one-man-band need to combine multiple instruments, analysts usually have many talents such as writing, public speaking, educating –and ideally analysing. Do they now need to be their own publicists as well? 

The pandemic has brought in a dramatic uptick in social media usage, accelerating the move to digital for many interactions. Its convenience and immediacy make it a force that’s there to stay when the new normal finally settles. So, if you have lost the password of the Twitter account you had set-up back in 2007 to kick the tyres and haven’t got a plan to engage on LinkedIn, now is the right time to jump in.

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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 7pmVenue: 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

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