A company I continue to be more and more impressed with is Jadu. Based in the UK, Jadu has an incredible CMS solution. Developed initially for Higher Education and Government, they also have client in the private sector. What I love about Jadu is how well in tune they are with real people and the market.
We had the priviledge of co-sponsoring the social media at the eduWEB conference in 2009. It was during this time that I really got to know Suraj Kika (CEO) and understand the power of the Jadu product.
In addition to writing great software, they are constantly out there, talking, watching trends, understanding what should be included in future releases of the CMS. This is one reason they stay so far out in front of the curve when it comes to … Read More »
I was honored to be recently spotlighted by the eduWEB Conference. The eduWEB conference is an “annual, internationally recognized event for the higher education community, attracting those who are involved in online strategy, marketing and technology”
I had the privilege of speaking at the conference this past summer in Chicago. It was at this innovative conference where the InnoGage team joined up with the great folks at Jadu to pioneer a new kind of sponsorship. Instead of just running a table, we sponsored the social media for the event. We hired social media consultants who were on the run during the entire conference shooting high quality images and video which were loaded to eduWEB branded Flickr and YouTube pages. We also ran a live video feed off the … Read More »
I love conferences. They are a great place to network and you can learn a ton from the sessions and panels. Not to mention they are usually in a pretty cool location. However, most conferences have this uncomfortable vendor / patron thing going on. The vendors sit around in their booths hoping someone will actually stop by who’s interested and the patrons stroll the vendor area wondering what they are going to do with all those pens.
So…in an effort to not stand around in a booth, throwing pens at passers by, we decided to do something a little creative this year! Working with Shelley Wetzel from the eduWEB conference, we teamed up with Jadu and are sponsoring some Social Media at this year’s conference! We tracked down a couple college students from Read More »