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#CSsessions 2nd Oct, 9.30am – Lucie Greene

02 October
9.30am – 1pm
Shoreditch Studios, EC2A 3HH
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Lucie Greene is Editor of LS:N Global, the forecasting division and trends network at The Future Laboratory, an internationally respected trend forecasting, bespoke research and brand innovation consultancy. LS:N Global offers daily emerging trends analysis, features, expert opinion and video reports across 14 lifestyle sectors, including luxury, retail, travel and food, alongside live events, forums and the bi-annual Trend Briefings. LS:N Global members include creatives, strategists and executives from companies including Virgin Atlantic, Selfridges, Pernod Ricard, HSBC, Burberry, Starbucks, Marks & Spencer, Estee Lauder, LVMH, Sony, Samsung, M&C Saatchi, and Leo Burnett among others. Lucie spent ten years as a luxury and lifestyle journalist, and contributes to to Women’s Wear Daily, Financial Times, Telegraph, and Vogue UK among others.

At #CSsessions, Lucie will be chatting to us about Social Media Futures.

We’ve never been more connected and social in the digital sphere. Facebook now has more than one billion users worldwide and counting, while the number of Instagram users has reached 130m, with about 10m joining every month.

Nearly 10 years into the era of social networking, the landscape is maturing, prompting some people to examine their relationship with these pervasive platforms. Some are leveraging their digital footprint for new rewards and personalised service, while others are seeking to control their image online with new ephemeral apps. Meanwhile, some people are turning away from the torrent of social media updates altogether, instead focusing on sharing considered, meaningful posts.

LS:N Global, the trend forecasting and consumer insight network of The Future Laboratory, has been charting the social media landscape closely, from when Facebook was a network for a small bunch of college friends to the mega-system it is now. Using its insights, we’ll explore the latest social media behaviour emerging from the social networking landscape – and what it means for brands in the future.

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