Welcome to Birmingham Social Media Cafe #BrumSMC


Birmingham Social Media Cafe is a FREE monthly event is a place for people interested in social media to gather, get acquainted, chat, plot, scheme, and share.

If you are interested in the future of media, how we organise, share, produce and enjoy it, then come along.

Artist, film maker, geek, marketer, academic, musician, designer, writer, photographer, or anything close or related, this is the event for you!

#BrumSMC is managed by David W Massey, Social Media Manager and host of #BrumHour on twitter. twitter.com/BrumHour is a weekly online networking event that takes place Sundays at 8pm.

NEXT EVENT – Friday 31st March 2017 10am-Noon

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Love Social Media? Or just want to know more?

Join us at Birmingham Social Media Cafe with Clive Reeves PR as we head to Fazeley Social in Digbeth. Hosted by #BrumHour’s Dave Massey and The Blog Trainer Phil Choi, Birmingham Social Media Cafe #BrumSMC is a relaxed informal networking session that gives you the chance to meet people interested in social media.

Turn up for 10am, buy yourself a tea or coffee and a snack, (£3 minimum spend on card) and take a seat.

We are a friendly group and welcome new people every single month.

Book your free ticket here: eventbrite.co.uk/e/birmingham-social-media-cafe-at-fazeley-social-with-clive-reeves-pr-tickets-32480331546

Dates for your diary for Future Social Media Cafe’s

April: Fri 28th April – 10am-Noon

May: Fri 26th May – 10am-Noon

June: Fri 30th June – 10am-Noon

Find us on twitter at twitter.com/BrumSMC and facebook at: facebook.com/groups/BirminghamSocialMediaCafe


If you would like to sponsor a future Birmingham Social Media Cafe event please contact Dave at brumhour@gmail.com


Sign up to the #BrumSMC newsletter to be kept up to date with Birmingham Social Media Cafe news, events and become eligible for special offers! Follow us on Twitter & join other BrumSMC members at the Facebook group here: facebook.com/groups/birminghamsocialmediacafe

Birmingham Social Media Cafe was inspired by the Tuttle Club.