Facebook has confirmed its plans to attend the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year. The social networking giant will be streaming live from CES 2012 in Las Vegas between 9:30 AM and 11:00 AM PST on January 12, 2012.
The timeframe will be broken up into two separate talks:
9:30 AM to 10:30 AM PST: Brand Keynote Panel with Facebook's Carolyn Everson Tune in to watch a recorded version of Wednesday evening's Brand Keynote Panel with Carolyn Everson, Facebook's Vice President of Global Marketing Solutions. She will be joined by AT&T's David Christopher, General Electric's (GE) Beth Comstock, Walmart's Stephen Quinn, Hyundai's Steve Shannon, and Unilever's Keith Weed.
10:30-11am PST: Creatives Talk Live from CES with Big Fuel's Avi Savar Tune in to hear Avi Savar, Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Big Fuel, a pure-play social media agency serving large brands, discuss trends from CES 2012. Avi will be sharing his thoughts on how these new technologies will impact marketers and the ingredients of the most successful social campaigns.
For more information about the former, head over to the Brand Keynote on the CES website. Here's the blurb it has for Everson:
Carolyn Everson is the vice president of global marketing solutions at Facebook, where she leads the global marketing solutions team. She works with the top brands globally to help them leverage the Facebook platform to grow their business.
For more information on the latter, head over to the following Facebook Event: Facebook Marketing Live from CES. Facebook is asking you to RSVP and post any questions you'd like answered during the Q&A section of Creatives Talk on the event's page.
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