The Social Edge Summit held earlier this month drew a diverse line-up of entrepreneurs and social media experts to San Francisco’s Madrone Studios for a day-long pow-wow that also saw the debut of a new conference platform from Bumebox (a really intriguing company responsible for some pretty innovative digital stuff during New York Fashion Week), the announcement of Urban Tag’s acquisition by Tagged (handy name synergy there, eh?), panels packed with a mix of folks from startups and long-established companies such as Dell and Zappos and just the right amount of girlie photo booth entertainment courtesy of Poshmark.
I had the opp to moderate the Social Cause panel, which ended up being one of the liveliest (that I saw – I unfortunately missed part of the morning panels thanks to impending deadlines). But some f-bombs were dropped and generally speaking, the panelists didn’t really need a moderator, which made my job all the easier. People who can successfully back social causes and build businesses around them are generally an extremely charismatic bunch, and that was certainly the case here.
For more on the day and some behind-the-scenes shots, check out the slideshow.
Photography courtesy Bryan Valles for Social Edge Summit
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