Social Media Club Delhi 2nd Meet this Saturday
Posted by Gautam
The Social Media Club is an organization which was formed to bring people interested in the social aspect of media:
We imagine that the activities of the community will include both for profit and not for profit endeavours – you never know what will happen when bringing smart, creative and open minded people together. We can’t really imagine what this will look like a year from now – all we know is that by coming together we can be more effective than we can be alone. Cooperation and collaboration are the order of the day – not just across departments within your organization, but across organizations and particularly across traditional disciplines. So as we explained with the temporary home page, we want Social Media Club to be:
“A loosely joined association for open conversations on the future of media for: Artists, Students, Educators, Tool Makers, Media Creators, Citizen Journalist, Professional Journalists, Communications Professionals, Open Minded Collaborators.”
So some interested people helped us launch Social Media Clubs across the cities in India The list includes number of cities including Delhi (Facebook, Twitter), Mumbai (Blog) (Twitter), Bengaluru (Twitter), Chennai (Twitter), Kolkata (Twitter), Hyderabad (Twitter), and Pune (Twitter)
The second meeting of the Social Media Club in Delhi is this Saturday where Mayank Dhingra and Dipankar Sarkar, who started micro-blogging platform Kwippy, will lead the discussion on ‘the challenges of building a social platform in India’ at the 2nd meetup of Delhi Social Media Club. Do come to the following address:
Kunzum Gallery, T-49, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi
If you want to attend, RSVP here on Facebook, Linkedin or Twtvite
About GautamGautam is a HR professional interested in how emerging technologies are impacting work, careers and organizations.
Posted on January 14, 2010, in DesiPundit, networking, social media. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
WOuld like to get more details
yea i am sure that this club bring people interested in the social aspect of media.