Heavy Chef With Emma Sadleir Is Now Fulled Booked. See You At The Next One!

We're kicking off 2015 with an event entitled after media lawyer Emma Sadleir’s recently published book, Don’t Film Yourself Having Sex. Due to renovations at WWC's Cape Town studio, this much anticipated event will now be hosted at Microsoft's headquarters in Bryanston, Johannesburg on 04 February 2015.

Emma Sadleir is one of the most prominent authorities on social media ethics and has featured on media platforms like Carte Blanche, CNBC Africa and ENCA News as a commentator on the globally trending Oscar Pistorius trial. Her presentation will cover social media – its pitfalls, its reputational consequences and the opportunities it provides for individuals and brands. For a preview on what Emma will be covering in her talk, click here

As always, guests will be treated to eco-friendly wine compliments of Backsberg Winery and will stand a chance of winning an amazing prize sponsored by Microsoft South Africa

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Date: 04 February 2015
Venue: Microsoft South Africa, Bryanston (William Nicol Drive)
Time: 18h00 for 18h30
Cost: One screenshot of your riskiest rant on a social network (just kidding, of course it’s 100% free – as always).
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What Is Heavy Chef All About?

As an initiative of digital marketing agency World Wide Creative, the Heavy Chef project is a platform for practical learning – where South Africa’s digital community collaborates, shares ideas and discusses the latest web marketing news. The name comes from the expression "Never trust a skinny chef" and our aim to learn from Heavy Chefs - in other words, those rare folk who eat their own food, walk the talk and practice what they preach. 
Heavy Chef is sponsored by: Microsoft SA,  Backsberg Wines, Uber and Channel Mobile.