Devon Social Media Cafe

Plymouth Arts Centre to host second Devon Social Media Cafe

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Devon Social Media Cafe’s second meeting will be held on Wednesday (28 October) with an evening event at Plymouth Arts Centre.

Over 25 guests are expected to attend with representatives from the media, public sector, arts and business communities.

 Devon Social Media Cafe is the first group of its kind in Devon and offers social media users the opportunity to get together in person to discuss social media best practise and to network away from their computer screens. The event is organised by public relations consultants, PR Dogs.

Katy Creates, of PR Dogs said: “Devon Social Media Cafe is an exciting new forum for people to exchange ideas and find the best ways of using social media effectively.

“Social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter are an expanding feature of modern life and more and more people are finding inventive and innovative ways to use the medium. This is especially true in the south west where rural locations and a supportive local business network make the internet a prime tool in an organisation’s marketing mix.”

Plymouth-based Twitter user, Bella’s Bakery, will be supplying some of her deluxe cupcakes for guests to sample and other refreshments will also be available.

The event starts at 6.30pm. To book a place click here.

For more information contact: or phone 01822 600100

Written by Devon Social Media Cafe

26 October 2009 at 3:57 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. Hi

    what about a meeting in northern Devon?


    28 October 2009 at 7:50 pm

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