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New York, NY, United States, 2011/06/07 - Strategic communications, social media and the Middle East policy to be discussed by diplomatic officials and consultants at the annual Strategic Communications Conference. The 2 day event will be on June 23-24 in Los Angeles event at the SLS Hotel.
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that the Israeli Consulate will discuss social media at the Strategic Communications Conference (StratCom Conference) taking place on June 23-24, 2011 at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills. Dillon Hosier, Political Officer and the Director of Digital Diplomacy at the Israeli Consulate will join other government panelists from the Middle East to discuss how social media is affecting policy in the region.
Since January 2011, rapidly organized protests via social media sparked in Tunisia, Syria, Libya, Egypt, Lebanon and other middle east countries have forced countries in the region to re-strategize domestic and foreign policy. This 90 minute session will cover how and why in detail.
Executives from the following industries will be attending the event: Government, Military, Intelligence, Social Networking, Social Media, Strategic Communications, Enterprise & Venture Capital, Software, Mobile Telecommunications, and others. A list of companies that attended previous events can be found on the website.
About the Israeli Consulate
The Consulate General of Israel is the official representation of the State of Israel to the American Southwest.
About the Strategic Communications Conference
The Strategic Communications Conference taking place in Beverly Hills is the leading business convention covering strategic communications and new media, including enterprise social networking, business social media and mobile communities. It also discusses new technologies and strategy.
For more information, please visit the website StrategicCommunicationsConference.com or contact:
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc.
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