The final day of the Digiday Brand Summit will stream live this morning beginning at 9:40 a.m. MST (11:40 a.m. ET) with a session on whether seeking ROI from social is to miss the point entirely, with Angela Wells, senior director, Oracle.
The event in Deer Valley, Utah, brought together top brands to discuss the pressing issues they’re facing, from finding the right research and development partners to how to organize their teams. If you couldn’t attend, check out some of the social chatter here.
Today Johnny Volk, head of social media at StubHub will discuss when partnerships between brands make sense. KC Geen, head of global social media at Groupon, and Joie Healy, senior manager of social media communications at Cisco will hold a dialog on how their brands engage across social platforms. Lowe’s Innovation Labs executive director Kyle Nel and Amanda Manna, its head of storytelling, will share what investing in technology has done for the Lowe’s brand.
Visit the Digiday Brand Summit site for the full agenda and live stream or tune in below.
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