HanoiTweetUp

HanoiTweetUp Jan 2013

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#HanoiTweetUp is a networking event initially organized for twitter users in Hanoi to meet face-to-face with their virtual “friends” and “followers”. However, the concept soon changed into an event for everyone who are interested in social media and want to broaden their network. HanoiTweetUp was originally inspired by this same event in HCMC called #SaigonTweetUp, organized by @Vietnam720.

There have been 4 events of this type in Hanoi:

– The first one in May 2011 and the second one in July 2011 by me @MienHPham
– The third one in October 2011 by @playingwithsid and @philip_arthur (when I was in HCMC)
– And the fourth one in January 2013 by @HanoiGrapevine (my team)

Grapevine would like to say thanks to @potsnpanshanoi for the host, to @ourman for the interesting talk about animal rescue in Asia, and to everyone who turned up.

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HanoiTweetUp – finally faces are put to names!

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Finally!

After such a long time of waiting and being jealous with the tweeters in Saigon for their brilliant SaigonTweetUp, we, Hanoi tweeters, have eventually succeeded in having our own HanoiTweetUp, which was a great chance to network and to “put faces to names” as described by @AC220.

I would like to say thanks loads to all that showed up and to all that supported by spreading the news.

It was just great to have “face to face conversations with no 160 character limitation” (described by @hegroup)

And below is the list of people who came to the meet-up (randomly arranged):

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HanoiTweetUp – Meet up your TWITTER friends

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HanoiTweetUp

Tue 10 May, 6.30pm
SouthGate
28 Tong Duy Tan, Hanoi 

25 earliest comers are offered 25 free draft beer from South Gate

and 10 earliest comers will win 10 tickets for two to L’Espace concerts on 12 May and 27 May!

Non-twitter users are all welcome and hopefully you would join our diversified twitter community after the HanoiTweetUp!

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