Cloud961 Magazine Turns Oneإقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية
Cloud961 Magazine celebrated its first anniversary at Veer Boutique Hotel & Resort, Kaslik on the 26th of June 2014, with the presence of online community members, bloggers, Cloud contributors, clients, supporters and Cloud961’s loyal fans.
Publisher of the magazine and Chairman of Cornerstone Group, Bassam Karam, presented a round-up on the first-year evolution of the magazine, how it started, the phases and developments it went through and announced a highly ambitious development plan for the 6 months to come, notably featuring the creation of an incubator for bloggers, the launching of Cloud961’s online forum and mobile application, the start of Cloud961’s school of social media and more...
A panel about the "Challenges and Prospects of Digital Media in Lebanon” followed the presentation, with the participation of Mr. Lucas Lamah, founder of Beiuting.com and Mr. Karim Saikali, founder of e-ComLebanon.com
Finally, the audience and the Cloud961 team cut the anniversary cake and celebrated together for the years and years of success to come.
About Cloud961 Magazine
Cloud961 is a Lebanese monthly magazine covering the world of social media, blogging and digital marketing. It is the first interactive publication in the MENA region reaching out to the digital community and at the same time developed by the leaders and stakeholders of that community. Cloud961 aims to become a platform of interaction and opinion-sharing between bloggers, social media activists, social media managers, digital marketing professionals, IT and Telecom policy makers, the international digital community and more. It also aims at playing a leading role in connecting the digital community by organizing regular tweet-up events, professional conferences and by partnering with all initiatives and events covering its fields of expertise and reaching out to its target audience. The magazine is available free-of-charge online (www.cloud961.com) as well as in a state-of-the-art print edition distributed to subscribers.