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Co-Owner of Tweet Canberra and a social media marketing coach, James has been providing social media coaching for some time. James has been able to implement Twitter strategies to establish Tweet Canberra as one of the most influential and trusted Twitter accounts in Canberra. James is always on the look out for new opportunities and enjoys networking with like minded professionals.


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Tickets are now available for July SMmeets

I know that you’ve been eagerly awaiting news of Canberra’s social media networking group, #SMmeets. Well, I am pleased to announce that tickets just went on sale for the July #SMmeets. Grab yours here: Talking to us at the very first meet up will be Troy from ACT Policing. Troy will be talking on how…

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Introducing #SMmeets

Building off the success and feedback from #SMR14, Tweet Canberra is proud to introduce; One thing stood out in the feedback from #SMR14 was that it would be good to have regular meet ups with people who attended. In actual fact, many people didn’t even know about the conference so I took to a piece…

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Dance off! The National Portrait Gallery through to round three!

When you work at a museum, anything is possible. Just take a look at this video from The National Portrait Gallery. This video is the NPG’s submission to whenyouworkatamuseum.com’s international dance off between arts institutions. This morning I spoke to Tegan, one of the driving forces behind this video, here is the interview. After beating…

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Australian Prime Ministers Centre Seminar 2014 | Tweet Canberra

User submitted event. Particulars: 4 - 7.30pmFriday 13 June 2014Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House,  Canberra. Join leading academics and creative thinkers at the Australian Prime Ministers Centre (APMC) Seminar, as we delve into the minds and motivations of prime ministers from Barton to Howard. This year’s seminar features a fascinating mix of projects…

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