WASHINGTON, DC – Haig Kayserian, an internet business consultant, angel investor and blogger with over 200 clients and projects across the U.S., Australia, and Asia, will conduct workshops at the Armenian National Committee of America’s (ANCA) Armenian Cause 2.0 conference in Washington, DC on how local activists can more effectively use social media.
“Hayk Kayserian represents the very best and brightest of our new generation of activists,” said Aram Hamparian, Executive Director of the ANCA. “His powerful combination of remarkable business success, world-class technical skills, and devoted community leadership will, no doubt, make for compelling presentations and also a productive exchange and exploration among all in attendance about how we can best take advantage of the rapidly evolving internet landscape to serve our community and advance our cause.”
The first company Kayserian founded – KAYWEB – has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, New York and Manila, providing premium websites and apps solutions to businesses, organizations, government and individuals. KAYWEB Angels, the company he founded and leads as CEO, is a New York-based angel investment company, mentoring and investing in startups on their journeys to web and mobile business success.
Kayserian has been quoted by the San Francisco Chronicle, ABC7, Mashable, Venture Beat, AOL, Crain’s New York Business, YoungEntrepreneur.com, Startup Smart, Smart Company and the Seven Network, speaking about web and mobile business, social media and web marketing. He has spoken on these topics at public forums and events in three continents, and currently writes feature blogs for one of the largest social media blogs on the web, Social Times.
Recently, he was invited to present at Socialize New York – a summit dedicated to advising U.S. businesses about how to monetize social media. He will also present at the All Facebook Expo in San Francisco – put on by MediaBistro – immediately following the ANCA Armenian Cause 2.0 conference.
Haig Kayserian serves on the Board of the Armenian National Committee of Australia and is an active member of the Armenian community. To learn more about him, visit:
Armenian Cause 2.0’s full schedule of educational workshops and interactive presentations – including speakers such as former U.S. Ambassador to Armenia, John Evans, POLITICO National Politics Editor Charles Mahtesian, and George Washington University Law School Associate Dean Susan Karamanian – will be complemented by social and networking opportunities, such as a dinner reception at the Armenian Embassy hosted by Ambassador Tatoul Markarian. Break-out sessions will include workshops on advocacy, media, social media and elections.
To register for the conference and take advantage of the special ANCA hotel rate of only $149/night plus tax, visit www.anca.org/conference by Friday, June 3rd.