Internet World comes to town

What's for you won't go by you, as my granny used to say and so here it is, Internet World has rolled around again.

On the 29th of April, Internet World comes to London’s Earls Court and Chinwag will be there hosting the Measuring Social Media panel debate on Wednesday the 30th, at 3.30pm in the Web 2.0 Experience Theatre.

The largest and most attended event of its kind, it has over 200 hours of seminars and tutorials with essential strategies for optimizing your company’s web presence.

Seminar topics range from Web 2.0 to IPTV, from mobile marketing to content management, as well as affiliate marketing, analytics and much more.

With the high calibre of keynote speakers, the two-day event brings together an inclusive educational programme on the digital market. Senior VP of Myspace, Travis Katz, will be speaking on the future of the social web, while how we deal with identity on and off line with be tackled by Head of Futureal, Tamar Kasriel. James Galloway, Head of Digital Media for the Central Office of Information, will also be covering how the government approaches the web and social media.

If these little hors d’oeuvres don’t whet your appetite you can check out the Internet World website for the running order and the full speakers list:

With over 300 companies attending (Microsoft, Channel 4, NSPCC and Eurostar amongst others) you’re sure to come away with some inspiration and insight to carry your company forward into the digital future.

Plus there’s the chance to meet up with fellow Chinwag readers afterwards for some drinks and friendly banter:

To see Chinwag in action at Internet World, all you have to do is register (it's free). To secure your place, go to: