Cisco has sponsored the Packet Pushers Podcast to attend the Cisco Live 2013 event in Orlando, Florida. Although I will spend a lot of time in back rooms recording shows & receiving briefings ( always great to learn new things ) I have time set aside to meet people. Many listeners and readers have said that they would appreciate an opportunity to meet, say hello and have some discussions.
Ethan & I are working through our calendars now. We will be attending the CLUS tweet up on Sunday at 5PM that is led by Tom Hollingsworth – more details : http://networkingnerd.net/2013/05/23/cisco-live-2013-tweetup/
The 2013 Cisco Live Tweetup will be held on Sunday, June 23rd at 5:00 p.m. at the Social Media Hub. It’s on the first floor of the convention centre right across from registration. We’ve got some prime real estate this year to check out all the happenings at Cisco Live! That also means there will be curious people that want to check out what this whole “social” thing is about. That means more people tweeting and sharing, which is always a win in my book.
We are planing to record a live podcast during the show. Last year we recorded Show 110 – Live From the CLUS 2012 Social Media Lounge and it came out great and we would like to do it again.
We will be organising this over twitter once we get a confirmed location from Cisco’s Social Media team and will let you know times, location etc. You can follow me on http://twitter.com/etherealmind to keep track of progress.
Briefings and Meeting
I will also have time to meet vendors, analysts and marketing folks including Sunday and Monday ahead of the event. It’s always good to meet people and discuss their products so please consider this an invitation to email me email@example.com and arrange to meet.
Walking the Show Floor
I missed the opportunity to walk the show floor last year and am determined to visit more this year. If you are vendor on the show floor then please reach out and contact me. I’ll do my best to schedule time to visit your stands and catch up on what you are doing.
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