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Social Media Breakfast on real-time mobile 8 a.m. Friday, Nov. 18

Social Media Breakfast

When was the last time you checked your mobile device? Probably not that long ago. You may be reading this very message on it.

Real-time information is impacting every aspect of society, from news to commerce, from where you eat to how much is in your bank account.

At the upcoming Social Media Breakfast on Nov. 18, SMBMSP 41: Real-Time Mobile, tech experts will dive into all aspects of real-time information, including how it’s driving business, changing product direction and affecting personal relationships.

Tickets are going fast; reserve a spot at SMBMSP 41 now.


Kevin Hunt
Kevin Hunt

Kevin Hunt
Corporate social media manager, General Mills

Hunt leads social media strategy and execution for corporate communications at General Mills, which includes a role in global social media guidance and training. He also produces content for the company’s blog, A Taste of General Mills, and manages all of the social media channels used by the corporate public relations team. Hunt can be found online at the General Mills blog or on Twitter @Kevin_Hunt.

Breon Nagy
Breon Nagy

Breon Nagy
Marketer, Code 42 Software, Inc.

A self-proclaimed “mobile nerd,” Nagy works as a marketer for mobile application developer Code 42 Software. He’s an active member, speaker and organizer for several local mobile and technology groups, including Mobile Twin Cities, Android Users Group, Google Technology Users Group and Mobile March Twin Cities. Nagy is also a freelance technology writer specializing in device and application reviews. Nagy can be found online at and on Twitter @Breon.

Additional panelist TBA.


Albert Maruggi
Albert Maruggi

Albert Maruggi
Founder and president, Provident Partners

A recognized thought-leader in strategic business communications, Maruggi is the president of Provident Partners, a full-service marketing firm that works with clients who want to communicate in different ways and actively build their businesses. Maruggi is also the host of the Marketing Edge podcast, now in its sixth year of production. Maruggi always supplies insightful questions that uncover new information, a different perspective or provide a good laugh. Maruggi can be found online at the Provident Partners blog and on Twitter @AlbertMaruggi.

Time: 8-10 a.m.
Date: Friday, Nov. 18, 2011
Place: Thomson Reuters, 610 Opperman Dr., Eagan, MN 55123
Cost: Reservation: $10; students/jobseekers: $10

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