Social Media Savvy 2023

Social Media For Good

Thursday 1st June 2023 

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Social Media Savvy focuses on providing the latest social media updates, trends and information to help small business owners, entrepreneurs, agencies, freelancers and creators in social media marketing do their jobs better. 

This year’s conference returns once again to the iconic Titanic Hotel Belfast on Thursday 1 June with another amazing lineup of speakers to learn from. The conference is a mix of talks, panel discussions, case studies and practical mini-workshop style sessions.

Are You Ready To Be Inspired?

To find out more about key social media trends?

To learn how you can use social media for good and to grow your business?

The Speakers

Alan Mahon

Jane Roper

Sam Marshall

Samantha Kelly

Shirley Palmer

Peter Craven

Una Carlin

Alan Wallace

Ashleigh Watson

Shannon Rowan

James Griffiths

With thanks to our sponsors

Copper Square

Specialising in social media strategy, content management and training; we may be a small agency, but we can make a big difference by applying our specialist knowledge in social media marketing, content and social media skills training to help entrepreneurs and businesses succeed.

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Feedalpha

feedalpha is a social media marketing agency with years of experience managing clients' accounts on several social media platforms

Reviews on our 2022 Event

MUST ATTEND SOCIAL MEDIA EVENT BELFAST 2023

Social Media Savvy focuses on providing the latest social media updates, trends and information to help brands, agencies, freelancers and creators in social media marketing do their jobs better.

No matter the level you’re at – whether you’re a student, social media executive, small business owner, content creator or entrepreneur, you will leave with practical tips that you can implement straight away.

This year’s conference returns to the iconic Titanic Hotel Belfast with another amazing line up of speakers to learn from. The conference is a mix of talks, in conversation with, case studies and practical mini-workshop style sessions.

James Griffiths

James Griffiths

Director in the Dispute Resolution team of DWF

AI Law and Ethics in Social Media Marketing

James Griffiths is a Director in the Dispute Resolution team of DWF in Belfast, and he acts for businesses, insurers and public authorities in relation to a broad span of commercial disputes and regulatory matters. 

James specialises in technology, intellectual property and media law disputes, and regularly advises clients in relation to matters involving copyright, trademarks and passing off, design rights, patents and matters involving trade secrets/breach of confidence.  James’ media law practice focuses upon defamation, privacy, information law and data protection issues, including the management of reputational risk to individuals and businesses, and the challenges posed by social media.

He has been described by the Legal Directories, Legal 500 and Chambers, as “an outstanding lawyer” who is “particularly effective on the tactical use of mediation“; “consistently excellent in commercial cases…His analysis of complex issues is first class“; “responsive, proactive, commercial and practical“; having an “ability to make even the most complex disputes manageable and an unrivalled skill at analysing the issues so as to identify the core of a problem and how to resolve it in the best interest of their clients“; and providing a “first class service“.

David Levin

David Levin

Things Content Makers Can Learn From Hip-Hop

David Levin is a writer, tone-of-voice specialist and agency founder whose career took off after he set up a Twitter account for his local pub which gained a cult following, won Time Out’s Twitter Account of the Year and led him accidentally to becoming the UK’s first professional tweeter.

His social agency, That Lot, which he started with a bloke off the telly, hired platform specialists and ran feeds for the likes of Spotofy, Amazon and Have I Got News For You.

David is a regular speaker at Social Media Week, previously ran The Guardian’s Social Masterclass and recently led content inspo sessions at TikTok HQ.

He recently moved to Northern Ireland, had his mini-moon at the Galgorm after getting married down the road, so he’s basically a local.

Things Content Makers Can Learn From Hip-Hop

Hop-Hop has just turned 50. To celebrate the meteoric rise of the planet’s favourite genre, agency founder and storytelling obsessive, David Levin, looks at the lessons content makers and marketers should learn from hip-hop, covering areas such as sharp wordplay, remix culture and silencing the haters. May contain lols.

Anita Wong

Anita Wong

Midlife Tubers

From Views to Conversions: Maximizing Your Business Impact on YouTube

What can we expect to learn from Anita’s talk?

Attendees will gain a deep understanding of YouTube’s role as a dynamic marketing platform. You will discover how leveraging YouTube can significantly amplify business visibility and generate valuable leads. Through tailored strategies, participants will learn to craft compelling content tailored to their specific audience and business objectives.

Practical insights into channel optimisation and audience engagement techniques will empower attendees to build and expand their YouTube presence effectively. Moreover, the session will delve into converting views into actionable outcomes, utilising lead generation and conversion strategies.

Real client case studies will illuminate best practices, offering actionable insights for immediate implementation.

Participants will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to harness the full potential of YouTube, driving tangible business growth and success and moreover be excited about getting started for themselves or their clients.