“Back” from virtual conference (I’d say one of the best of this kind I’ve ever attended) I’m totally satisfied and also a bit sad for not having had the time to deepen every single topic…

Actually I’m going to watch again every panel and every slide (stored in the system for 90 days from the last 30th of June) to examine better some parts I could have missed…to write about them maybe at a later time.

But you cannot wait till the knowledge comes, this is a blog, life goes forth, so I want to point out at least what in my opinion could be relevant for everyone interested in this blog’s topic.

Let me first step back to the platform (here the video tutorial) I used to attend the conference.
Once logged in (I warmly recommend you to fill the form and try to obtain the access) you can enter the three main areas (buildings) where to even download some papers and PDFs or (just during the event) chat with participants and speakers.
I have to say that the experience was very stimulating.

In this post I want to focus my attention on one topic only, if you want to have an idea of the event in general you can read this post .

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Even if I actually don’t have any problem in understanding english, I’ve never tried to write a post in this language.

To this day I’m convinced that the relevance of the blog’s topic (not of the blog itself, I’m not such a pundit), would require some more effort in order to spread the word in a better way and maybe to create some useful connections.

So here I am.
My first post in english deals with an event I came across here just yesterday, thanks to Fabian Pattberg, called: Engage CSR 2010.

Engage CSR 2010

It will take place online on the next Wednesday at 11:30AM or 5:30PM EST.
Registration here is needed to attend it.

The conference is about Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Media:

In today’s interconnected communications landscape where customers, consumers, investors and stakeholders can now interact directly with organizations, the underlying opportunities for engagement have never been greater. Simultaneously, the growth of corporate social responsibility has created a demand for timely information related to CSR initiatives.

Public and private companies, as well as nonprofit organizations, are increasingly leveraging social media to generate awareness for their social responsibility efforts.
How are leading brands and organizations showcasing their CSR activities in the social landscape?
What are the best practices for success?

In my humble opinion the agenda is pretty remarkable.
I think I’ll write about the panels I’ll be interested in, here, in the days following the event.

Well… stay tuned …