Sree’s Social Media Master Class

Sree’s Social Media Master Class

Join us for one of the most popular social media learning opportunities in the world as Sree Sreenivasan does his first social media workshop in Hong Kong as part of his #sreetips world tour in 25+ cities in 10+ countries in 2018.

  • What’s working and what isn’t in 2018 in social, apps and more
  • How to cut through the noise using innovative tools and strategies
  • How to get more followers, like and fans
  • Best practices that he learned while Chief Digital Officer of New York City, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, and Columbia University (and his 21 years teaching at Columbia Journalism School)


Date: Saturday, May 26th 2018
Time: 2:30 – 4:30pm
Venue: iDendron, 1st floor, Knowles Building, HKU [MAP]



@Sree is a leading digital and social media consultant and strategist. He works as a consultant, speaker and trainer for nonprofits, corporations, executives and more. He has been the Chief Digital Officer of some of the most important institutions in multiple industries:City of New York (working at City Hall); Columbia University; and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (leading a 70-person team that helped keep the 150-year-old institution relevant in the smartphone age). Before joining the Met, he spent 20 years as a full-time professor at Columbia Journalism School. He was named one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business in 2015; the world’s most influential Chief Digital Officer by CDO Club in 2016; and one of the 35 most influential people in social media in 2010. He is a contributor to CNBC’s “Squawk Alley,” appearing monthly to talk tech.

Part of Sree’s story, told by PBS Newshour video:

and by Quartz:

New email newsletter:

Sree’s NYT guide to social media:

Closed social media FB group:

Five TEDx talks:

Twitter: @sree:

Instagram: @sreenet:

LinkedIn: /sreenivasan:


OTHER LINKS: #sreetips global tour calendar – work in progress:
Sponsorship doc and World map:
Mint interview about role of tech in museums:

Turkish TV interview about the Met’s admissions policy:

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