This month we welcome Alex Steed to our humble Bangor home. You may recognize Alex as one of the masterminds behind Food Coma TV, a web video series roving Maine to find some of the best (and most unique) food spots around the state. He’ll talk about some of the many projects he’s helped organize, some of the ways he’s used social media and the web to promote them, and other random stories from the road.
Alex Steed is a rabble rouser, a loudmouth, an educator, and the digital content nerd responsible for the production of Food Coma TV. He has been in the field of digital media since Change.org hired him out of college when it was just a teeny-tiny startup. Since then he has worked with a number of clients to make sure their voices impress, make impact, and are heard. He and some of his Food Coma TV co-conspirators are forming Pizzazz Factory, a digital media content production house, later this month and they will create for the Internets some of the slickest and smartest pronouncements this side of the Information Super Highway.
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Alex Steed (@alexsteed)
Social Media Breakfast Bangor #14: Breakfast coma
Thursday, July 12, 2012
Breakfast and speakers: 7:30 – 9:00 AM
Networking: 9:00 – 9:30 AM
Richard E. Dyke Center for Family Business
(One College Circle, at Husson University)
Take exit 185 (Broadway) on I-95. Turn right onto Broadway and drive a half a mile, then turn left onto Husson Avenue. Take a right at the stop sign. The Center for Family Business will be on your left.
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