More than the breeding ground for TikTok’s latest dance craze or those FOMO-inducing Europe holiday snaps, social media and the influence of the wider digital landscape on culture and business are impossible to ignore from These days. And boy, it moves fast! Whether you’re working in the industry or trying to build a successful side business, staying on top of changing digital trends is kind of non-negotiable these days. Fortunately, state of society makes it much easier to get ahead of the game.
The 2-day conference dives deep into all things digital marketing, with inspirational keynotes, intensive breakout sessions and hands-on workshops that will unlock the latest trends and equip you with the skills and intelligence to navigate through all that awaits you.
They tapped big names from Reddit, Sked Social, Storyation, Nextdoor, and even Urban List CEO Susannah George to spread the kind of career-defining wisdom you won’t find on Google, with sessions action-packed videos covering everything from content creation, community development and branding to public relations, marketing strategy, customer communications and more. You’ll also have plenty of opportunities to rub shoulders and make valuable connections throughout what, let’s face it, is often the source of the biggest career breaks.
Bottomless barista coffees, morning teas, snacks and lunches are also included in your ticket, as well as access to special events and surprises, and of course, the hugely popular sunset drinks session to which we will have absolutely no excess.
State Of Social lands at Optus Stadium in Perth on Tuesday August 23 and Wednesday August 24, with in-person and online conference passes available if you can’t commit to the trip out west. Delimit the program and sort tickets before last minute prices take effect. They even have a very handy cheat sheet on how to convince your boss foot the bill if you’re worried about spending right now.
What: State of society
When: August 23-24, 2022
Where: Optus Stadium, Perth
Tickets: from $655 each until July 31 (or $299 for online pass)
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