Join us Thursday 25th March, 6pm-8pm as we discuss all things events and advertising, as we welcome the UK’s number one and original FOMO Creator: MayKing Tsang, who spends her time live reporting and interviewing at events, creating engaging content through storytelling. We are also joined by East Midlands Business Link magazine group's, Sales Director Angie Cooper, who will share with us what she has learnt from her 36+ years experience in the industry and her predictions for the future of events and advertising. https://rsvipnetwork.co.uk/events/RSViP-Live-and-Online-Let's-Get-Inspired
|ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS
May King Tsang
MayKing Tsang is the UK’s #1 and original FOMO Creator: Bridging the gap between Social Media and PR for your product, service or next event. MayKing is a…
1. LIVE Content Creator. On a typical day she tweets on average 1200x, (548 at virtual events) 100 stories, 12 posts (Facebook +/or Instagram) and LinkedIn posts per speaker (22 is her record so far) all created LIVE.
2. LIVE Social Media Reporter, interviewing business owners, online challenge creators conference organisers, attendees + sponsors. These interviews are shared across my client’s many Social Media Platforms and also my audience on Social Media too.
3. Chief Pom Pom Shaker hired to help Facebook, LinkedIn and online communities during a Digital Challenge with comments, questions and queries.
Angela Cooper Sales Director for Business Link magazine group, a family run business with over 36 years in the publishing world, with titles covering many genres from Business to business, Food and Drink International (field to fork) and lifestyle. Angie has worked in all departments starting in editorial, to the groups merchandising- then group photographer before ending in sales, which is her passion. No two days are ever the same and everyday is a school day, as Angie love's learning about new businesses, helping established firms to raise their profiles and of course helping with raising awareness though their various marketing platforms. Angie has two grown up sons, a rough coated Jack Russell called Humphrey and a few too many horses she loves to ride and compete on.