FIR Video Panel Discussion: Le Web 2011

imageLe Web brings together the most influential audience in the Internet ecosystem. Top industry entrepreneurs, executives, investors, senior press and bloggers gather for two days in Paris each December to focus on the key issues and opportunities in the web marketplace. This year, three FIR regulars were among the attendees. Co-hosts Neville Hobson and Shel Holtz recorded a Google+ Hangout with Tac Anderson, Chris Heuer and Eric Schwartzman to discuss their key takeaways from this year’s event.

  • Anderson is vice president and head of digital strategies for Waggener Edstrom. He’s based in London. Reach Tac on Twitter at @TacAnderson.
  • Chris Heuer is specialist leader for social media at Deloitte Consulting and one of the founders of the Social Media Club. Reach Chris on Twitter at @ChrisHeuer.
  • Eric Schwartzman runs Schwartzman & Associates and founded iPressRoom. Reach Eric on Twitter at @EricSchwartzman.

 

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Posted by shel on 12/13 at 08:04 PM
  1. I really enjoyed this discussion, and great line-up too! As someone who has lived and worked many years in Europe (pre-social media in the 80’s), and now a co-worker of Chris Heuer, it was great to hear individual perspectives on European social media efforts and all the varying degrees of nuances, as well as the future of the post-digital enterprise…good job every one!

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