Archive for May, 2009
Chris Heuer will be in Hamburg, Germany to participate in the panel, “What’s a Brand to do? Meeting the Needs of 21st Century Customers in the Age of the Social Web.” The presentation is part of Next09, a major networking and trend conference in Europe; this year’s theme is the Share Economy.
The “What’s a Brand to do?” panel will focus on answering questions on Vendor Relationship Management, or VRM. The discussion will focus on how vendors can “provide customers with tools for engaging with vendors in ways that work for both parties.” See the video below.
Chris also discussed the nature of the unagency AdHocnium with Erno Hannik:
forget the debate, forget the hype, finally a journalist gets influence absolutely right:
Christakis’ studies are right: the people who influence us most aren’t our leaders, titans or heroes. The people who most affect us are the ones we spend the most time with. When a friend of a friend of a friend gets happy, it increases your happiness more than a $5,000 raise would
from “And No. 1 is…” by Joel Stein