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03 May



Free Webinar on Corporate Governance and Compliance for Social Media

May 3, 2011 | By | 2 Comments

Businesses of all sizes are scratching their heads trying to figure out how to lessen risks in social media yet harness the profits of increased employee involvement. There’s clearly no one-size-fits-all compliance plan: if you are in financial services you have unique concerns for privacy, if you are in the healthcare field, there’s a long list of regulations. Most companies also have agencies, consultants, and other third parties doing work on their behalf who are also involved with social media.

Find out how to “Master Social Media for Corporate Polices and Business Development” in our 1-hour webinar.

Join this no-nonsense discussion of the guidelines and strategies companies must consider when dealing with social media:

  • Turning corporate policies upside down
  • Reporting on financial, regulatory, and corporate compliance
  • Moving shareholders from passive administrators to active participants
  • Sharing Competitive Intelligence
  • Protecting Trademark, Patent and Goodwill

Join Social Strategy1’s President and Chief Intelligence Officer Steve Ennen, and Ed Brown, Partner at Burr & Forman on May 11th at 1 PM ET/ 10 AM PT for a complimentary (that means free) webinar, as we discuss how companies can create proper social media policies and how to approach social media with the compliance of corporate policies.  Register now for this informative webinar!

Moderate risk and take full advantage of what social media can do for your business!


  1. Ilona

    Companies that ignore social media, seriously risk disclosure of trade secrets, derogatory statements, malign competitors, ticking off employees, etc. Looking forward to exploring these social media policies and corporate governance practices.

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