Twitter Exclusive Event

October 17, 2017
8:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.


Invitation-only
Aperture Room
340 Yonge St., 3rd floor
Toronto, ON
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Overview

Join Leanne Gibson, Interim Managing Director for Twitter Canada, as she shares best practices and insights on how to build your personal brand on Twitter. She will be joined by a panel of CMOs who will share how they use Twitter to connect with clients, employees and thought leaders. This is a must attend event for all executives who want to increase their presence on Twitter.

Agenda

8:00 AM
Registration & Networking Breakfast
8:45 AM
Opening Remarks
8:50 AM
How to Build Your Personal Brand on Twitter
9:45 AM
Q&A plus Closing Remarks
10:00 AM
Networking

You Will Learn

Join us on October 17 for tips and best practices for how you can use Twitter to grow your personal brand. From sharing company updates and industry news to engaging with customers, employees and partners, there are many opportunities to Like, Retweet and Reply to top Twitter content. You will learn how to enhance your Twitter presence, how to grow your followers and how to create engaging content. With insights from CMOs who are using Twitter to listen, share and engage, you will leave this session with the information needed to get started and to improve your personal use of Twitter. 

Who Should Attend

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Speaker

Leanne Gibson
Interim Managing Director
TWITTER

Leanne Gibson is the new Interim Managing Director for Twitter Canada, and has been the Head of Agency Development for the past year working with Canada’s top advertising, digital and creative agencies. She joined Twitter Canada after spending the last six years at AOL Canada as Head of Ad Products and Business Operations. Leanne’s career started in publishing with a focus on sales and marketing at the Financial Post and Quebecor before moving into digital media. She has spent the last 17 years in digital media with stops along the way at Excite Canada and Yahoo! Canada where she spent seven years in sales and business development.