Caroline's talk:

The Importance of Community

The old models of engaging with consumers are changing. People are expecting more out of their interactions, whether online or in person. Caroline will walk through some common pitfalls, as well as ways to enable your community to engage with you.

About Caroline

Caroline Murphy is a community organizer and head of Product Marketing at Kinvey; building communities is in her blood. She co-founder and Executive Producer of the Boston Festival of Indie Games, the area's largest indie games festival, now in its fourth year. She is co-organizer and community manager for Boston Indies, a popular independent games meet-up group. She is co-founder and co-manager for the LARP Forum, a non-profit community event promoting live action games in the New England area. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Be Epic, Inc., a live-action games production company.

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