Change starts from within organizations, not from outside, but from within.
BHIVE helps facilitate these changes. Our consulting and training services extend to the leadership within the organization, to foster and develop stronger internal cultures before the implementation of our social media employee advocacy program. Here is a general framework of the tribal leadership system that would be ideal for a leader in any organization, large or small looking to build an effective culture that will support and become a little more resilient to changes from outside of the organization/tribe.
BHIVE Social Media Labs & CrowdFundBeat Media Proudly Invite you to Canadian Crowdfunding educational event which will bring together traditional private investors and crowdfunders.
Canada Crowdfunding Symposium, provides the participants with the unique opportunity to discuss current state of the industry, to learn from experts in venture capital, business angel and crowdfunding fields, to network and find new partnerships.
The Symposium is held on MAY 5th, 2015 @ 2:00 PM EST
The Spoke Club, 600 King Street West, Toronto, ON
Limited promotional code CFBCANADA for an exclusive 50% discount
CROWDFUNDING EXPERT SPEAKERS
Brian Koscak Matthew McGrath Scott Dubin Sandi Gilbert
Sydney Armani Gil Michel-Garcia Joseph Barisonzi Oscar Jofre
Steven Cinelli Rod Ponce
Last month, we released an interactive desktop example to illustrate the impact that a single follower can have on your business. Now, a recent study further supports that illustration and offers new insights about the value of Twitter followers for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
We partnered with research firm DB5 to survey 1,000 active U.S. Twitter users who currently follow SMBs. We think the results, along with previous research, help paint a more complete picture of how followers can benefit SMBs.
Our key findings are included below, and you can also download the full white paper here.
Followers develop a higher affinity towards your business.
When someone follows you on Twitter, you gain an opportunity to interact with that person over time. As followers learn more about your business’s unique personality, products, and services through your Tweets, they begin to think about you differently - in fact, 73% of respondents say they feel more positive about an SMB after they follow that business and read its Tweets. This could explain why they are more likely to take action on information shared via Twitter than from other, more traditional channels.