Social Media: making waves
In association with AIG and Marsh
Social media has a huge impact on our day to day lives but also has significant implications for business and your career.
The YMC has recruited two specialist panels of speakers to help give you a unique insight into these different perspectives. Our panels include communications, insurance start-up and LinkedIn experts, as well as tech-savvy young professionals who have raised their profiles in insurance and beyond through social media.
Panel One - How can social media help you make waves by raising your profile in the profession
- Robbie Williamson - Account Director, LinkedIn Talent Solutions
- Oreoluwa Ogunbiyi - President at the Cambridge University African Caribbean Society and Human, Social & Political Sciences Undergraduate at Cambridge
- Honor Clement-Hayes - Head of Copy, Ingenie and winner at the Insurance Post Marketing & PR awards
Panel Two - How social media is making waves in business and insurance specifically
- Mark Pinnes - Deputy MD, Flagship Communications
- Bo-Erik Abrahamsson - Founder & CEO, Digital Fineprint
- Peter Clarke - Founder & MD, InsurerCore
By the end of this seminar members will have gained an insight into:
- How social media can be used to raise your profile in the profession
- How to use social media to raise awareness, share ideas and bring people together
- How social media is innovating and changing business, and insurance specifically
Kindly hosted by Marsh, each panel will be followed by a Q&A session and guests will then have an opportunity to meet the speakers and other members at a networking reception.
Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and our events are frequently over-subscribed. If, after booking, you can't attend please cancel via the link on your booking confirmation/reminder email so that we can reallocate your ticket.
Please do let us know what we can do to make this event fully accessible to you.
Please contact Lindsey Maddison (020 7397 3912) with any queries regarding this event or non-member registration.
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1 1/2 hours' CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.
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