John Horniblow, trading as Bladedigital, is a seasoned speaker and presenter on the topics of Digital Convergence, Digital Communications and Marketing and Social Media.
He has presented and spoken at conferences , conventions, workshops, brainstorming sessions and developed his own series of moderated roundtables called SM@RT ( Social Media Round Tables).
His speaking engagements have included;
CES ( Consumer Electronics Show) Las Vegas, 2000
Judge and panelist for numerous web awards
Museums and the Web, Washington DC, 2003
Nestle’s Consumer Excellence Summit, 2008
Oracle OpenWorld Europe, Paris 2009
WAVE (The Career Women’s Forum)
Public Affairs Council, Washington DC, 2009
P&G Digital Innovation workshop , Geneva 2009
LIFT conference 2010, Geneva
Richemont Digital Day, 2011
SM@RT (Social Media at the Round Table) Geneva, 2009-2011
Foundry Photojournalism Workshop, Istanbul 2010
LIFT12 Conference -workshop on Digital Communications for Crisis and Post Conflict Zones , Geneva 2012
Ministry of Foreign Affairs , Kosovo Digital Strategy Summit 2012
Webster University Media Trends Conference 2013
John has also developed and run a number of strategic programs for Digital Communications, Convergence Media, Digital Marketing and Social Media. These include: Nestle’s digital marketing and CRM workshop program, “Connecting With Consumers” and embedding it in markets around the world.
SM@RT – (Social Media at the Round Table) - A series of quarterly strategic roundtables and workshops on exploring, the shifting media landscape, convergence media, convergence culture, social media strategies and communications and social platforms, sCRM, Social Intelligence Platforms, mobile marketing and communications with participation from international companies ( P&G, Nestle, HP, Swatch Group, Logitech, Bata, ) and NGO’s ( UNHCR, The Global Fund, WEF, ICRC).
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