• 6th European Conference on Social Media (ECSM )

    University of Brighton, UK.

    13-14 June 2019


    The European Conference on Social Media was established six years ago in Brighton and has subsequently been held in Portugal, France, Lithuania and Ireland. The conference has attracted participants from more than 40 countries and been attended by a combination of academic scholars, public sector workers, practitioners and individuals who are engaged in various aspects of the social media industry. A number of journals are selecting papers from the conference for further development and publication.

    Conference Paper

    This paper describes how a relevant set of Social Media impacts B2B processes.

  • EM Normandie Oxford, UK

    March 2019

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