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March 23, 2012

Social Media World Forum Europe starts next week

Next week marks the start of Social Media World Forum Europe (SMWF). The London-based conference will cover 2 days of discussion, networking, and the latest news on technology, social media, platforms and marketing trends.

By Cbr Rolling Blog

The conference takes place 27-28 March at London’s Olympia. The event saw over 4,000 people last year and with its speaker line up, the turn out looks to be impressive for the conference, which is now in its 4th year.


The event offers various free-to-attend workshops for SMEs, marketers, and brands. The conference is featuring directors and managers from Twitter, LinkedIn, Hootsuite, Groupon, Foursquare, eBay, and Google, to name a few.

The exhibition passes are free but the one day workshop costs £495 and the two day pass costs £695 but CBR Readers will receive a 15% discount when registering if you type in CBR15 when prompted.

To find out more about the SMWF conference visit

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