Back In the UK | Infopresse Interactive Marketing Conference

Just a quick note to all (any?) U.K. based readers that I’ll be back in the motherland for 10 days starting tomorrow.

I’m on a fact finding and work exchange mission with the Fleishman-Hillard London digital team which means I’m excited to be seeing some of the fantastic work that my colleagues have been doing. Knowledge exchange being what it is I’m also pretty excited to be showing off some of the cool stuff that the team here at iStudio has been up to and talk about the developments we’re seeing over here.

As it’s been a good 3 years since I was last back in the U.K., my evenings are pretty much booked up with family commitments and catching up with friends from school. That said, if you’d like to get together during the week for coffee tea, or for a very cheeky after-work pint, and chat about online communications on both sides of the Atlantic, please drop me a line. I’d love to meet you.

elee [at] istudio [dot] ca

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The longish flight means I’ll have the chance to write up some of the great (Canadian!) Comscore stats I picked up from the Infopresse Interactive Marketing Conference, designed to launch the In:fluencia digital Web site, that I was invited to yesterday.

Depending on how things go, I also have some half-formed thoughts inspired by, among others Chris Anderson‘s “Free” talk, the panel that my friends David Jones and Keith McArthur were on with Dawna Henderson, Jesse Hirsh and Mike Kasparow, and the Gladwell Kingwell conversation I went to with Chris Clarke.

2 Responses to Back In the UK | Infopresse Interactive Marketing Conference

  1. Woo hoo! Back to the Promised Land.

    Enjoy your stay mate.

  2. Brendan says:

    Also, just as a sneak preview, I’m meeting up with Ed and I’ll be featuring an interview with him on the PNeo blog.🙂

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