Join us for the 2013 Social Media Leadership Awards

Join us for the 2013 Social Media Leadership Awards

The 2nd Annual Social Media Leadership Awards, organized by Social Strategy1, Knowledge@Wharton, and AUS, Inc., with support from Ernst & Young, is now accepting submissions through July 30. 

The Social Media Leadership Awards will honor organizations across multiple industries that have best practices in social media utilization to achieve business objectives. Judges will select entries worldwide across 16 industry categories . Finalists will be invited to attend and participate in workshops and panel discussions during a two-day conference and awards ceremony at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania December 9-10. 

 The competition will surface best practices in categories of Globalization, Entrepreneurship, People (HR), Banking, Corporate Governance, Customer Service, Marketing, Arts & Entertainment, Social Sales, Nation Branding, Advertising, Media, Municipalities & Governments, Social Media Start-Ups, Education, and Non-Profit. 

 Preliminary finalists will be chosen and notified as early as August 13. Judges will name one organization champion from each category and size division, selecting one overall grand champion. Winners will be recognized as thought leaders in their distinctive category through year-long coverage in Knowledge@Wharton and Social Strategy1 media channels, and have exclusive resources and connections with category sponsors. 

 Category and event sponsorship is available on a first-come first- served basis. 

More Information: 

http://www.smlawards.com

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