Insight 2.0: The Future of Social Media Analysis, London, UK

Event Info

Fri 27 Apr, 2012 from 10:30am - 4:00pm
Jeffrey Hall, Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way,
London, WC1H 0AL, UK (Map)
Cost: Early-bird rate extended! £59, £37 for university staff and not-for-profits


Zero1 is delighted to announce its Insight 2.0: The Future of Social Media Analysis event on 27 April 2012. It will bring together leading innovators, business leaders and academics to share their thoughts and insights on a field that stimulates data-driven discovery and decision-making.


At Insight 2.0: The Future of Social Media Analysis 2012, you will hear first-hand insights from social media analysis professionals utilising innovative approaches to lead their companies and organisations in this hyper-connected digital era. Speakers include distinguished representatives from the Ministry of Defence, Tweetminster, VeriSign, Cambridge University and the London College of Communication:


Kevin Anderson – The Guardian, Al-Jazeera

Alberto Nardelli  - Tweetminster

Professor Martin Everett – University of Manchester

David Stillwell – University of Cambridge

Nathalie Nihai – The Web Psychologist

Alfred Rolington – Former CEO Jane’s Information Group, Oxford Analytica


The collection and analysis of data from social media portals is currently assuming a more central role in the influence of business and policy decisions. As people today create increasingly more data using social media services, businesses, government and academia have little choice but to engage with it to further enhance consumer experiences, create better products and services and understand human behaviour.


For more information:

Lawrence Ampofo, lampofoatzero1events [dot] com Tel.: 07540 102959 / 0207 193 6104

Insight 2.0: The Future of Social Media Insight


Date and time: Friday 27 April 2012, from 10.30 am to 4.00 pm

Location: Jeffrey Hall, Institute of Education, 20, Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL (nearest station: Russell Square Underground station)


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