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|About||SMW Chicago brings together thousands of professionals in marketing, media and technology. The next #SMWChicago will take place November 14-18, 2016.|
WHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA WEEK?
Social Media Week is more than a conference, it’s one of the world’s most unique global platforms, offering a series of interconnected activities and conversations on emerging trends in social and mobile media four times per year (February, June, September, and November) in over 18 cities around the globe.
WHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA WEEK CHICAGO?
Social Media Week Chicago offers a unique program that explores the intersection of social technology and creativity with a week of panels, presentations, demos, workshops, talks, conversations, and interactive events.
Our mission is to help people and organizations connect through collaboration and the sharing of ideas and information. Social Media Week Chicago, part of SMW Global, emphasizes the city’s role as a technologically creative capital of the world, and brings together innovators in the Chicago community.
WHY ATTEND SOCIAL MEDIA WEEK CHICAGO 2016?
Here are just a few of the many compelling reasons to attend:
We develop content with our Sponsors and Partners and crowdsourced events from individuals, groups, and organizations across Chicago to bring you diverse content on emerging trends and technologies from every industry and sector.
Hyper-social attendees: Due to a focus on depth and diversity, the conference attracts a broad array of hyper-social influencers, practitioners and academic thinkers with diverse professional experiences from a variety of industries.
WHO WILL BE ATTENDING?
The SMW audience is made up of senior marketers, founders, entrepreneurs, influencers & digitally connected consumers across a range of industries including marketing, advertising, communications, media, publishing, technology, arts and entertainment.
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?
Social Media Week provides engaging, entertaining, educational, diverse content and experiences that helps us to think differently about human connectivity and our shifting relationship to technology. By showcasing provocative spea