Today's Guest on 'Social Media for the CEO' is... Pierre-Yves Platini w/ the Social Media Club-France

This morning you're probably going through the normal check list to enjoy another Friday at work: cup of coffee, charged blackberry, comfy Hawaiian shirt day.  However on the international front, you might want to consider joining us at 10am CT on 'Social Media for the CEO' when our host Mary B. Adams will interview Pierre-Yves Platini, the current President of Social Media Club-France. We'll be live on the scene in Paris with Pierre and Mary to discuss digital media, global brands, & innovative communities.  No tre coûteux airfare necessary to listen in live... Pierre-Yves's Bio: In addition to being the current President of the Social Media Club-France, our guest this week has enjoyed an extensive career with a notable track record in the marketing, and interactive media disciplines. After pursuing degrees at the Universita Luigi Bocconi in Milan and the Lycée Saint Louis de Gonzague, Mr. Platini moved on to work at both the Roland Berger Strategy Consultant and Yoono, as their former Marketing Director. Today, he is the founder and managing editor at Satellinet, a professional newsletter dedicated to the online media industry and a founding partner at FABERNOVEL, a management consulting firm specialized in Innovation.

As a consultant and entrepreneur, Pierre-Yves has had the opportunity to take on both strategic and operationnal roles throughout his enterprising career; But more importantly, his true passions are focused in deep-thinking, innovation and supporting disruptive projects in the media industry.

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