Ladies the Tweet was developed in 2011 by three social media savvy entrepreneurial women in Cornwall. The idea is simple, to bring together like minded women that are using digital technology and social media to engage, influence and develop online relationships for personal and professional means.
Ladies That Tweet is a not-for-profit organisation that will hold quarterly events for women that will provide insights into the latest social media and online trends, technology and tactics through national and international, inspirational digital and online expert speakers. Each event will be focused around a specific theme or issue relating to social media.
And here are the original ladies to introduce themselves..
A social media geek, SEO ninja and content marketing queen – Clemi spends her time working with companies to maximise their online footprint through quirky campaigns and intelligent online activity at Noodle Marketing. Aside from web wizardry, Clemi is a fan of a big fried breakfast, surfing and a good bit of cheese but not necessarily in that order.
Social Media inspires me on a daily basis – hopefully these events will provide a platform for others to be inspired in the same way as well as to facilitate intelligent discussions around key issues. It’s also a great excuse for a few cocktails with the girls…
PR and marketing consultant Shelley cut her teeth in the public sector before jumping, both feet first, into the private sector to work in house and then an agency before setting up her own business. Although not working exclusively in the digital field, Shelley’s campaigns are fully integrated to maximise opportunities with new and traditional media at Firegrass Communications.
With so much changing in the world of Social Media I hope these events will give people a real insight into the next big thing and provide a forum for discussion. They will also give those attending the chance to build offline and online relationships with fellow inspirational people, looks like a win win to me!
Jo is a self-confessed water-baby and social media addict. She spent five years at Guardian News and Media and now lives in Cornwall working
as a Regional Digital Publisher for Northcliffe Digital, editor of thisiscornwall.co.uk and responsible for all thisis.co.uk and localpeople.co.uk sites in the South West.
It’s hard to imagine daily life, both personal and professional, without social media. Ten years ago we hadn’t even heard of it. We’ve come a
long way, baby . This is our chance to celebrate it, challenge it and fine-tune it with like-minded women in the professional digital world.