By Scott Costa, Publisher, tED magazine/tEDmag.com
With a new year comes some slight changes in the ways that we want to communicate with you.
Starting in January, we are moving our monthly Twitter #tEDchat from the second Monday of the month to the second Wednesday of every month. They will begin at 1pm Central time and last one hour. We believe this will allow for a better opportunity for you to join us. You can find them at www.twitter.com/tedmagazine, and you must use the #tedchat hashtag so everyone can see the tweets your are posting during our conversation.
In case you haven’t joined us in the past, the tED magazine Twitter #tEDchat is a chance to anyone in this industry to join us to talk about current topics that impact this community. We usually talk about at least one story from that month’s issue of tED magazine, but starting in January we will also open up the #tEDchat to allow anyone to chat about any topic that is industry related.
In 2014, our #tEDchat discussed topics including the need for innovation, data and e-commerce, the AmazonSupply threat, recruiting and retaining young and talented employees and the best professional advice you ever received.
We will also continue to use experts in these fields to help you get answers to any questions you may have, including UnLeashWD founder and innovation expert Dirk Beveridge, DATAgility president Denise Keating and sales and marketing director Angela Baraks on the need for strong website data, members of the tED magazine 30 Under 35 to chat about recruiting and retention of the next generation in the workforce and leading marketing professionals from both distributorships and manufacturers to talk about new product launches.
We hope you will join us at 1pm on Wednesday, January 14th as we #tEDchat about our cover story of the January issue that looks at the first quarter of the 2015 economy. You can read the story on page 66 of the January issue. We would love to hear your thoughts on the economic trends for the first three months of the year. We will also open up the #tEDChat to any other topics you would like to bring up during the hour.
If you have suggested topics for a future #tEDchat, or would like more information on how to be a part of a future #tEDchat, do not hesitate to contact me at email@example.com.Tagged with tED