Australia's online community management conference Swarm has announced it's 2019 line-up, and it's an event not to be missed.
This year's Swarm is once again showcasing an impressive brains trust of local and international community talent.
The program features thought-provoking keynotes, practical workshops and plenty of inspiration to help you make an impact in your community management practice. It spans two days (August 20-21) and is proudly supported by Higher Logic, the University of Sydney, Next Door, Quiip and Australian Community Managers.
Speakers and topics include:
Evan Hamilton (US), Reddit will reveal The skills you need to run a community of 330 million
Rich Millington (UK), Founder of Feverbee, will present The Indispensable Community: how to stop chasing engagement and start delivering results
Jennie Sager (AU), Nextdoor will share Lessons in connection from the world's biggest neighbourhood network
Sarah Hawk (NZ), Discourse, discusses UX for community pros with The perfect platform is hard to find – how to make the most of the cards you've been dealt
Gemma Howells (AU) Head of Digital Enterprise for Woolworths FoodCo will talk about Why Woolies is investing in online community
Jason Hill (AU) investigates A quest for belonging: Building new online communities
Brent Patching (AU), Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia shares Community lessons from the support frontlines
Shira Levine (US) gives us the playbook for How to become a Chief Community Officer
Venessa Paech (AU) Swarm & ACM Co-Founder, reviews the State of Community Management
There are workshops on ROI, self-care for community professionals, running successful Facebook Groups, and a legal primer on recent social media legislation moves affecting community managers.
Swarm is the definitive gathering for online community in APAC and the annual ACM meet-up. Don't miss this year's event, held at the University of Sydney on August 20-21.
Scope out the full program and buy your tickets at swarmconference.com.au
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