Employee Advocacy Round Table: Sociabble Brings Together the Global Companies Leading the Way in Digital Ambassadorship within the Enterprise

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Employee Advocacy Round Table: Sociabble Brings Together the Global Companies Leading the Way in Digital Ambassadorship within the Enterprise

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Employee Advocacy Round Table: Sociabble Brings Together the Global Companies Leading the Way in Digital Ambassadorship within the Enterprise

 

On Wednesday February 1st, Sociabble is bringing together the global companies that are leading the way in employee advocacy and digital transformation within the enterprise. The round table, which is taking place in Paris, will see digital leaders from Adecco Group FranceCushman & Wakefield FranceIntuit Franceand Thales Group share their expertise and insights into how to an employee advocacy program can be strategically planned and successfully launched at scale within global organizations.

Please note that this event will take place in French.

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01/02/2017

L’Atelier, 132 avenue de Versailles, 75016 Paris 

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During the event, four individuals will share their experiences of launching employee advocacy and digital transformation initiatives:

  • Nicolas SUTTER, Digital Manager, Adecco Group France
  • Valérie COURBIER, ‎ Marketing & Communication Director, Cushman & Wakefield France
  • Stone DE SOUZA, Leader – Accountants, Sales Channels & Strategic Partnerships, Intuit France
  • Vincent MATTEI, Recruitment and Mobility Manager for France, Thales Group

 

 

For the world’s largest companies, the task of scaling an employee advocacy program that addresses both global and regional needs, and that complies with social media and brand communication guidelines, can seem daunting. This event will shed light on how enterprises can address and overcome the challenges involved in launching global employee advocacy, and how they can make the program a success in the long run.

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