Leap Summit: Rising above the noise floor – using social to get noticed in a digital world
Rising above the noise floor – using social to get noticed in a digital world
In an increasingly digital world, it is becoming harder for graduates to get noticed by employers.
In this keynote address, IBM’s Global Managing Partner for social consulting, Andrew Grill explained how you can “rise above the noise floor”, get noticed and further your career prospects using social media.
He also spoke about how digital disruption is impacting every company globally and how you can stay ahead.
Andrew has been online since 1983 and blogging since 2000. He provided practical tips on how to use social networks to get noticed by employers, and also how millennials can become valuable brand advocates for any company.
More about the Leap Summit
The Leap Summit was a three day event which gathered more than 1,100 international students, young professionals and young entrepreneurs who are opinion leaders in their respective communities.
The summit’s goal is to bring together the most talented and ambitious speakers and participants from all over the world to share inspiration and knowledge on a wide range of subjects through different talks and interactions.
The primary focus of the conference is on themes connected to innovation, entrepreneurship and business development, leadership, creativity, inspiring and life-changing stories, success stories and career development.
More information can be found on the event website.
All of Andrew's engagements since 1999 may be viewed in the speaking archives.