Want to find out first about future Sessions? Simply ‘Become a Heavy Chef’ by registering on the Heavy Chef website Also, join the Heavy Chef community Facebook and Twitter to see pics, videos and comment on past and future events.
What? Managed by World Wide Creative, the Heavy Chef sessions have become a popular monthly event for entrepreneurs, online professionals and marketers. Begun in Feb 2007, the sessions have been focused on building up knowledge around building profitable websites. Each month, the Heavy Chef session revolves around a singular topic that makes up one part of the process of digital marketing strategy.
Where? The sessions take place in the United Kingdom and South Africa, at one of Deloitte’s offices.
Who? The sessions are presented each month by a leader or leaders in a specific field. We aim to keep up the trend of brilliant speakers and are continually looking for more (suggestions welcome).
When? The sessions are held once a month, and last for 45 mins. Guests arrive at 6.00pm, the presentation starts at 6.30pm. After the talk there is some networking and some beverages. The whole thing generally lasts around 90 mins.
How much? The sessions are free.
How many? This depends on the venue, but usually seats are limited to a max 150 to 200
Please note: This event is taking place in Johannesburg. There are limited seats available. Follow us on Twitter and search the #heavychef hashtag for a live feed, and look out for our video to be posted shortly after.
Topic: Viral & Social – Two Buzzwords In Digital Marketing
Speakers: Mike Sharman (Retroviral) and Mike Stopforth (Cerebra)
Date: Wednesday 21 November 2012
Time: 6pm for 6.30pm
Venue: Deloitte Offices, Woodlands Drive, Woodmead, Johannesburg (map here)
Fee: Free. Mahala. Gratis. Nkandla.
Sponsors: Backsberg, Deloitte, Channel Mobile & Nokia
Availability: maximum 200 seats
Want to attend? Limited seats so book now! [please note: the booking process only allows for you to book one seat for yourself; no multiple bookings]
Learn More: Heavy Chef