SMiLE London 2015

  • Sorry this event has passed

SMiLE London 2015
BrightStarr is happy to announce that it is sponsoring SMiLE London (Social Media in Large Enterprise) this year on March 11th!

We are pleased to announce that we are once again sponsoring SMiLE London (Social Media in Large Enterprise) on 9th November! SMiLE is Europe’s leading conference for internal communicators looking to evaluate the potential impact of enterprise social, and learn from the very best thought leaders in this exciting space.​

The conference features a host of great speakers from MSL Group, The Football Association, Philips, Virgin Trains, British Gas, PwC, EY and ABB and an unparalleled opportunity to deep dive into what makes enterprise social technology successful for businesses, with a real focus on sharing best practices and understanding evolving trends.

We'll be sharing our insights on enterprise social throughout the day, with our client The Royal Free Hospital discussing their implementation of a social intranet solution on stage with Marc Wright, Founder of SMiLE.​

So if you are attending make sure to pop by our booth to​ chat to us about enterprise social,  enter our prize-giveaway, and take a look at our social Intranet as a Service Unily.

See you there!

Twitter Feed

Where Next? Relevant Stories and Insights.

SMiLE London 2015
SMiLE London 2015
BrightStarr is happy to announce that it is sponsoring SMiLE London (Social Media in Large Enterprise) this year on March 11th!
What can the enterprise learn from viral social media?
What can the enterprise learn from viral social media?
You should never underestimate the power of social media to unite people in a common cause or goal.
Five Enterprise Social Myths - Busted
Five Enterprise Social Myths - Busted
Today, more than 1.5 billion people around the globe have a social networking account. The social network has become an accepted part of our everyday life and a primary means of communication for many individuals in their personal lives. The business world has been slower to adopt these technologies and keep pace with the rapidly changing social landscape. However the tide is turning as tools like Yammer have pushed the envelope in facilitating social working in the enterprise.