With 18 hours until I start my new job (the nerves are kicking in), I think it is now time for me to share with you where you’ll be able to find me starting Monday morning.
A number of you already know because either a) you are a good detective or b) you have run into me at an event and I have shared the news with you.
Tomorrow I will start my new role as Social Media Specialist with the London Convention Centre.
I look forward to taking on this new role and cannot wait to get to know everyone a the London Convention Centre.
My primary responsibilities will be to manage website content (I’ll do my best not to break the website Echidna!), including the LCC blog, and to manage all social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter).
I will fulfill other duties outside of these, but these will be my main responsibilities and the things you see me doing.
Here are all of the links:
London Convention Centre Fan Page (Facebook)
London Convention Centre Group (Linked In)
London Convention Centre Twitter Account (@LondConvCentre)
I expect the number of fans, group members and followers to shoot up in the next week because all of you are going to follow me at work right?
Feel free to send me a message to say hi, or to ask questions or make comments.
If you have any suggestions for content that you would like to see discussed on the LCC blog or on any of the social media platforms, feel free to send me a message via the @LondConvCentre twitter account or through my personal @Sadie_Liz account and I will see what I can do to address the topics that you suggest when possible.
Also if you have any favourite resources for any of the following feel free to send them my way, I would love to see them.
– Social Media or Social Media Metrics
– Emerging Technologies
– Conferences/Trade Shows
– Event Planning
– Business Meetings
– Wedding Planning
– Anything else you enjoy
Working at the LCC will mean that I am spending my days in London; this will allow me to attend more events and participate in more things happening in the London community. I have already started attending Geek Dinner (#gdldn) and I have joined Emerging Leaders. I look forward to getting involved in more things, including working with the Chamber again, and getting involved with the IABC and other community groups.
Hopefully being in London on a daily basis will allow me to continue to get to know the people I have met over the last couple of months (and maybe years for some) and meet even more great people in the London community.
I look forward to being a part of the London professional community!
Don’t be shy, if you see me in person or online, say hi!