SMBNH Nashua May 2010 Recap

I am so happy that so many folks in Nashua turned out today for the first time bringing Social Media Breakfast NH to your city. We’ll be doing it more regularly (and with less kinks) in the future. With a plethora of challenges occurring behind the scenes in pulling this off, including having trouble with venue, sound difficulties, speakers flaking out at the last minute, speakers agreeing to be last minute replacements and more, your tolerance was very appreciated and we hope to see you at the next one (and will be holding it a venue much more conducive to learning next time).

That said, Nashua has some very different concerns from the upper part of the state and the seacoast region. I’d like to get some feedback for future events on what topics are near and dear to your hearts and would fill your needs the best going forward. I’ll be sharing the information I receive with Diane, Kevin and Matt as well. Of note, some things about the breakfast don’t alter from event to event, regardless of location. The breakfast portion of the day is always a half hour networking over coffee and light, portable fare such as bagels, fruit, pastries and such. The speaking portion is always geared toward three speakers with Q&A at the end of the day.

Here is a quick questionnaire to get your feedback and ideas.


  1. Donna Parrott May 21, 2010

    Learned some valuable tips and some of the information was informative. However, would have like to have a more hands-on approach and would have liked more information on how to actually set up and get going on some of these. I also didn’t realize it was going to be primarily geared to restaurants, but info was still helpful. Thank you.

  2. Leslie Poston May 21, 2010

    @Donna Parrott Hi Donna – please fill out the form that is linked in the post here so we can track responses, thanks! As an aside, the SMBNH is not intended to be hands on training – it’s broader education based on different topics each month designed to fit in a constrained time frame and allow for learning and education to fit a broad spectrum of people with a variety of experience levels in a limited time frame. I’m so glad you came!

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