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Peter Klein

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Personal Statement

Peter Klein

Peter has lived and worked in Asia, Europe and the USA for a variety of technology companies. Having run several companies he is  focused on applying new media,  networking and collaboration solutions to improve sales and service at organizations focused on sustainable growth.  Peter applies real experience, in sales, marketing, opperations and accounting, to help you get to ROI with collaboration,social media, networking and branding.

Peter speaks at conferences around the world on Social Media, Branding and the subject of using social media to impact sustainability and Education.   Peter is also a Lecturer at Brunel University and runs Educate Ethiopia, a charity that helps keep 21 schools open in Ethiopia, allowing 6000 children to stay in school.

More about Peter Klein     in the press

ICT Interests

Social media for use in education, business and personal development.  Education in Ethiopia

Recent Projects

Social: the new media for brands?

Marketers, creatives and brand professionals are invited to join us on 6th October (6pm) to learn about Social Media, which has been projected as bigger for brands than advertising! Social Media consultants Educated Change will present the topic at this free evening reception in the Museum. Please email Anna to book a (limited) place, or click on the link above

300 years of brand history.  The Museum of Brands  have chartered their course through numerous technological and cultural revolutions.  Radio, TV all changed the face of branding and advertising.  A new revolution is underway that is likely to dwarf all those that occurred in the last 100 years.  

The Museum of Brands have arranged an evening presentation with Educated Change to share how Social Media will impact how you promote and protect brand identity and loyalty in the coming years.  The event, will be held at the Museum on October 6th .  It is free.  To attend the click, call or email 

This event is about helping you and your company prepare for the next shift in communication (networking and social media). Understand what you can do now, what you should be planning and what tools will help reduce the workload. 

Join us for: a glass of wine, some light snacks, a tour of the Museum and 40 minutes that will help you understand the way you communicate in the Brand Shift era.

Case Histories

Recent work, showing the effect of Twitter in lecturing at Brunel University

Publications

The 7th Pan-Hellenic Conference "ICT in Education" (HCICTE 2010) is the official scientific conference of the Hellenic Association of ICT in Education which aims to address the main issues of concern within ICT in Education and e-Learning. The Conference will be held in Korinthos, and will be organized by the Department of Social and Educational Policy, University of Peloponnese.  Educated Change is presenting it's finding on use of Twitter at Brunel University in lecturers.  Peter Klein will be presenting the paper based off his experience in 2010.  View  Pre-release of Paper  For Information on how to use twitter at Universities contact Educated Change:   info@educatedc.com

 

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