Talk Is Cheap (Thursday evening, November 15) — an unconference for Toronto-area PR and corporate communications practitioners interested in social media (Web 2.0) is looking for presenters and registrants.
In the spirit of unconferences like Podcamp or Case Camp, Talk Is Cheap is free and features short presentations from registrants who will be sharing their expertise and experience with colleagues.
Talk Is Cheap is a forum where PR and corporate communications practitioners who are aware of the social media phenomenon and want to find out more can come together with practitioners who have experience in these spaces and willing to share those experiences with colleagues. Corporate communications and PR students interested in learning more about social media’s impact on the biz would also benefit. So, whether you’ve only heard about, just dabbled in, or are a master of blogs or podcasts or wikis or Facebook or myRagan or The Communicators Network or Twitter or Bloglines or, well you get the idea, Talk Is Cheap is for you!
Talk Is Cheap will happen at The Centre for Creative Communications, a campus of Centennial College located about 10 minutes from downtown Toronto. It is made possible through funding provided by the Toronto chapter of IABC (International Association of Business Communicators).
To find out more or to register, check out the the Talk Is Cheap Web site.