With the theme, “The Emergence of Social Media”  nothing can stop now the second conduct of the biggest gathering of bloggers and social media enthusiasts in Mindanao, the Blogfest Soccsksargen 2.0 Below is the first set of speakers that will grace the Blogfest Soccsksargen 2.0.

Manolo Quezon – Grandson of the late President Manuel Quezon, a writer, blogger, a columnist, and television host to  “The Explainer” aired on ANC.

Mae Paner – popularly known as Juana Change has become popular through her YouTube videos where she portrays different characters in Philippine society talking about the state of politics and government in the country. She is also a television advertisement director, actress and a political activist.

Flow Galindez – a blogger and  advocate of UN World Food Programme Against Child Hunger and Protection. WFP's Bloggers Against Hunger Philippine Connector and MDG advocate. He also advocates for climate change and HIV/ AIDS awareness, education, child and women's rights.  He owns the blog – ASK.

Abe Olandres – A full-time blogger,  the founder and the  man behind the no.1 technology blog in the Philippines- YUGATECH.  He is also a guest blogger at GMANews.tv and was one of T3 Magazine’s list of influential People in Philippine techbiz.

Jack Madrid – He is the country manager for one of the biggest social shop in Southeast Asia,  Multiply Philippines, another social networking service and blogging platform.

Darlene Antonino-Custodio – the good mayor of General Santos City will also give her remarks and views on the emergence of social media especially on how the city has benefited from it.

What do you think of these speakers? It’s only the first set. Want to hear from them? Registration is still open with few slots left, to register visit the official Blogfest Soccsksargen website by clicking here.

The Blogfest Soccsksargen 2.0 will be happening on November 26, 2011 at the Sun City Suites, National Highway, General Santos City. 

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