for W3c validation
Headshift Australasia staged the third and final Social Business Summit in the global series, in Sydney, bringing together thought leaders, practictioners, and case studies addressing key issues in social business design: influence, engagement, and impact.
A perfect Sydney day complemented the venue (The Mint) that provided the ideal setting for stimulating conversations and networking.
We will be reflecting in more depth on some of the key themes that evolved from the Summit presentations – however, in the meantime we have been receiving requests for links to presentations and artefacts associated with the day.
A selection of speaker’s presentations are available linked from the Agenda.
A collection of photos taken by Shelley are available on our Headshift Flickr site.
The Twitter stream – created from the hashtag #sbs2010 – is available on Twapper (and can also be exported) here. The conversation on Twitter is continuing with reviews and comments from all Summits, so the Twapper link can keep you updated!
We also have some video and audio recordings, which will be published (with the presenters’ permission) once they have been edited.
A special thanks to all those who played a part in making the day a success: the speakers, the participants, the team from Espresso Communications, IBM – our major sponsor, and of course, the Headshift Australasia team.