How to Create Your Networking Strategy

This 5 minute clip is from a sold-out speaker presentation at the Tower Club in Vienna, Virginia. The topic was on Sheila Savar’s book ‘The Power of Networking’. Sheila is one of only two speakers to ever sell out the Fairfax Room at the prestigious Tower Club. If you are interested in retaining Sheila Savar for an upcoming speaker event please send an email to info@savar.biz or call us at 703-766-6550.

Ned Hooper, Chief Strategy Officer & Senior Vice President, Consumer Business, Cisco

As Ciscos Chief Strategy Officer, Hooper helps shape Cisco’s business vision and strategy, partnering with Cisco’s Operating Committee, Development Council, customer segment councils and Chief Technology Officer to identify the next key market transitions across the company’s customer segments and develop integrated strategies that leverage all Cisco assets. Hooper is responsible for Cisco’s global growth strategy through business development activities including acquisitions, equity investment, and the incubation of innovative technologies. As the leader of Ciscos consumer business, and member of Ciscos Development Council, Hooper drives the companys consumer strategy and Network as the Platform vision to deliver the next generation consumer experiences in video entertainment and communications. Hooper holds a bachelors degree from the University of Colorado and a masters degree in business administration from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia. This Darden Leadership Speaker Series event was co-sponsorship by Dardens Business Technology Club. Recorded February 23, 2010.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

ad:tech Chicago – Local Media Strategy session

A few nice Network advertising images I found:

ad:tech Chicago – Local Media Strategy session
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Image by Somewhat Frank
Developing an Integrated Local Media Strategy
Newspapers and Yellow Pages had long dominated local ad budgets until the portals, search engines and other online alternatives were created. With buying services making it simpler to integrate print campaigns online locally than ever before, where are the efficiencies for marketers now and what does the future hold for local, branded sites? Will the newer ways to target bring more money into branded local interactive media? Are networks the answer? Will portals continue to grow their share? What about Pay Per Call options? The panelists will discuss how national brands are marketing to local audiences online and what the near and long term will hold for branded interactive local media.

MODERATOR:
Rich Gordon, Associate Professor and Chair, Newspapers and New Media, Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern Unversity

PANELISTS:
Warren Kay, Director of Emerging Products, Yahoo! Inc.
Fred Lebolt, VP, New Media, Sun Times Group
Shawn Riegsecker, Founder and President, Centro
Marc Barach, Chief Marketing Officer, Ingenio, Inc.

Art Institute of Portland Portfolio Show
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The Art Institute of Portland’s January 2009 Portfolio Show – graduating students show their portfolios to the local business community, networking, interviewing, and meeting with potential employers in creative fields.

Find out more about The Art Institute of Portland: www.artinstitutes.edu/portland

Photo: Lulu Hoeller

Art Institute of Portland Portfolio Show
Network advertising
Image by Art Institute of Portland
The Art Institute of Portland’s January 2009 Portfolio Show – graduating students show their portfolios to the local business community, networking, interviewing, and meeting with potential employers in creative fields.

Find out more about The Art Institute of Portland: www.artinstitutes.edu/portland

Photo: Lulu Hoeller