Join the Sobey School of Business for Checkmate: How Social Distancing Has Changed the Social Media and the Business Support Game on September 28, 2021, from 11:45 am–1:00
Join the Sobey School of Business for Checkmate: How Social Distancing Has Changed the Social Media and the Business Support Game on September 28, 2021, from 11:45 am–1:00 pm ADT. This is to lead the discussion in advance of David Sobey Centre’s Omnichannel Retailing Event on October 1, 2021 at 10:00 am ADT.
Social media connections and marketing have grown over the years, and recent lockdowns have limited in-person contact and driven consumers to social media to connect. Social media provides an easy way to stay up-to-date on current events, find entertainment and stay in touch. It can also influence and provide support to consumers, allowing for more streamlined experiences that have helped many organizations weather the COVID-19 storm. The pandemic has forced many consumers and businesses to adopt safer and more convenient shopping experiences and use multiple channels. With slow signs of recovery, many of these behaviours and integrations will continue to be entrenched in our shopping experiences.
The event will be moderated by Stephanie Howatt (MBA ‘21) and will feature Danica Calderhead the VP of Brand Strategy for Dash Hudson, Sean Mohammed the Manager of HR from Blue Ocean Contact Centres, Kate Elliot, founder of Up Public Relations, and Maxwell Poole (BCOMM ‘17) (MAHSR ‘19) Sobey School Research Assistant.
visit: https://sobeyschoolprosperitynetwork.com/upcoming-events/checkmate-how-social-distancing-has-changed-the-social-media-and-the-business-support-game for more information
(Tuesday) 11:45 am - 1:00 pm