It’s no secret that we’re fired up this week about coming to Minneapolis for the third in our series of social media intensive events, Explore. With the great lineup of speakers, topics and sponsors, it’s going to be an action-packed two days of brain-feeding awesomeness.

But while we’re packing for the Twin Cities, we’re also excited to bring you some breaking news about our next Explore event, in Orange County. Explore is coming to the O.C. and we’re bringing as opening keynote speaker, co-author of Social Business by Design, globally-recognized digital business advisor (and fellow Kentucky native), Peter Kim!

And you won’t want to miss our “fireside chat” session between Falls and Klout CEO, Joe Fernandez.

Is social business the hot topic you can’t get enough of? Then come to Explore Orange County, because Edelman Digital’s Michael Brito will be giving a closing keynote on the subject.

Is that not enough for you? Well, fine then.

We’ll also have Joe Heinl of Facebook, world-renowned authority on brand advocacy Rob Fugetta, Tom Webster from Edison Research, along with SME Digital’s Nichole Kelly, Zena Weist and many, many more.

The full agenda and venue will be announced here soon. Check back often or go ahead and register — we’ll update you as more speakers and sessions are finalized.

Eventbrite - Explore Orange County

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About Kat French

Kat French

Kat French is the Digital Operations Manager at CafePress. An exceptional writer both on the web and in other genres, Kat combines creativity with an agile, get-it-done attitude across a broad range of experience in community management, SEO/PPC, social media strategy and program management. She has worked with national brands like Maker's Mark, Daytona Beach Tourism, Optima Batteries and more.

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