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Three leaders from the top of the food chain on Monday shared lessons learned on the way up at the Women’s Foodservice Forum’s annual Leadership Development Conference.
WFF President and CEO Fritzi Woods sat down with Carla Cooper, president and CEO of Daymon Worldwide; Clarence Otis, CEO of Darden Restaurants; and James White, president, chairman and CEO of Jamba Juice.[…] Continue Reading »
By Hillary Batchelder on August 17th, 2012 | 28991Comment on this postPutting+social+media+to+work+to+enhance+political+activism2012-08-17+04%3A52%3A41Hillary+Batchelderhttp%3A%2F%2Fsmartblogs.com%2F%3Fp%3D28991
Politics is local, so the saying goes. As blogging and social media become more networked into the fabric of public discourse, politics is more local than ever. With a national election only months away, some of the most timely and telling tracks at BlogHer ’12 were presentations on social media and politics.
Here are some of the biggest and best ideas on social media and politics that speakers shared during the event.[…] Continue Reading »
By Hillary Batchelder on August 9th, 2012 | 286083 comments on this postMartha+Stewart+shares+her+digital+philosophy+at+BlogHer+%27122012-08-09+12%3A10%3A48Hillary+Batchelderhttp%3A%2F%2Fsmartblogs.com%2F%3Fp%3D28608
Martha Stewart’s influence is everywhere in the lives of her fans, including the kitchen, garden and living room, as well as little wedding-day details. But her keynote conversation at BlogHer ’12 with BlogHer co-founder and Chief Operating Officer Elisa Camahort Page was about more than her skills around the house. Stewart has successfully communicated her vision through radio, television and magazines — and lately, through websites, mobile applications and blogs.[…] Continue Reading »