By Marian Salzman, Saturday, August 15, 2009, at 2:59 pm.
Are you familiar with One Young World? Here is my Twitter transcript of the press conference Euro RSCG Worldwide held for One Young World last week in London. I’m sharing it for three reasons: to show how a press event gets logged via Twitter; to be sure you’re familiar with One Young World, an all-important global millennial offer created by Euro RSCG to make a difference and showcase our commitment to the millennial generation and digital natives; and to kick off a discussion on the validity of logging corporate meetings in Twitter. (What do you think? Have you been tweeting your meetings?).
Sub-Saharan Africa not in research for One Young World but there will be more and more inclusive outreach… 7:26 AM Jul 31st
The legitimacy of One Young World is that there will be challengers and non-conformists. Unlike Davos, more self-selection + authenticity. 7:23 AM Jul 31st
The power of One Young World will depend on the brainpower of the people, David Jones explains. Leadership is about ability to motivate. 7:19 AM Jul 31st
One Young World will tap into richer countries to fund delegates from other places. You can’t forget the small countries; they’re suffering. 7:17 AM Jul 31st
Carol Stone helping to get Chinese One Young World delegation figured out; Times of India to sponsor contest for Indians. Burma a challenge. 7:14 AM Jul 31st
One Young World-Reuters query: Will 300 Chinese delegates have too much power? Kate Robertson: This represents the future and influence. 7:13 AM Jul 31st
“Stature mitigates…One Young World will provide a context to build stature in. …We may just have a future of species if…” Bill Liao 7:10 AM Jul 31st
Bill Liao via Skype @ One Young World press conference: “We don’t have another planet. We’re all in this mess together. We made this mess.” 7:09 AM Jul 31st
Counselors on One Young World press event in London on Skype. David Jones on meeting collaborative young minds/big brains via social media. 7:08 AM Jul 31st
Morales: It’s very important that young people can commit to change. Mobilizing against terrorism very exciting–One Young World a voice. 7:04 AM Jul 31st
Will we look back and consider these the worst years in human history? One Young World may help rewrite history and empower future leaders. 6:59 AM Jul 31st
Brave New Talent created Facebook app, works with Twitter, YouTube, to collaborate on One Young World. Now AISEC is in to support + promote. 6:58 AM Jul 31st
One Young World delegate speaking: “Social media will be a grassroots approach, representing themselves and their country.” 6:56 AM Jul 31st
Kate Robertson announces that One Young World enters a new phase, Global Health now being debated. Counselors will join in debate. 6:55 AM Jul 31st
India’s + China’s young people will DO SOMETHING. This is a One Young World finding and a call to action. No longer “not us.” 6:53 AM Jul 31st
World: Perception global corporations have too much power + the survey of over 9,000 expresses call to businesses to be different. 6:52 AM Jul 31st
One Young World: In advanced nations, young people less interested in standing for politics; readiness to engage but with what? 6:49 AM Jul 31st
One Young World: Politics for a Positive Future is an inspired title consistent with poll findings and will be theme of plenary sessions. 6:48 AM Jul 31st
Kate Robertson of Euro RSCG on the research for One Young World, independently conducted; robust millennial dataset, very global. 6:46 AM Jul 31st
YouTube will partner on One Young World, and there will be a channel. Social Media will be the linkage across the conference + the movement. 6:45 AM Jul 31st
Kofi Annan challenges One Young World delegates to join forces on global climate issues; as David Jones says, it’s time to come on board. 6:43 AM Jul 31st
Sir Bob Geldof thinks he will find his own thinking dislodged when he leads at One Young World. It’s about getting ahead versus reacting. 6:42 AM Jul 31st
David Jones Euro RSCG sharing ideas of some One Young World counselors: Desmund Tutu, Kofi Annan, Bob Geldof, Nick Haysom, Elio Leoni-Sceti 6:41 AM Jul 31st
What can we learn from Wal-Mart’s transformation? One Young World: intersection of issues we care about + role for committed companies 6:38 AM Jul 31st
One Young World: It’s important that companies stand for something other than profitability. More important now than when survey was done. 6:36 AM Jul 31st
Digital makes it possible David Jones, Euro RSCG, on One Young World. We must support empowered youth in a Young Davos setting; they care. 6:35 AM Jul 31st
If you have a client you’d like to introduce to the One Young World program, connect with Kate Robertson, CEO of Euro RSCG UK (firstname.lastname@example.org) and the project leader for One Young World.
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