At 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT) tomorrow, July 12, streaming live exclusively on Mashable, The Marketing Zen Group founder Shama Kabani will be answering questions from readers. As part of the Young Entrepreneur Council’s program, YEC StartupLab, Kabani will appear live via video chat broadcast exclusively on this site.
Web and TV show host, bestselling author, international speaker, award-winning CEO of global online marketing and PR firm The Marketing Zen Group, Kabani is the face of today’s digital world, and represents the best her generation has to offer. She has aptly been dubbed the “master millennial of the universe” and “an online marketing shaman” by Fast Company.
Shama holds a masters degree in organizational communication from the University of Texas at Austin, and prides herself in being a constant learner. Through her web marketing company, Shama works with businesses and organizations around the world. In 2009, Business Week honored Shama as one of the top 25 under 25 entrepreneurs in North America. In 2010, Shama won the prestigious Technology Titan Emerging Company CEO award. In 2011, Entrepreneur Magazine featured her as one of four Super Sonic Youth, dubbing her a “Zen Master of Marketing.” And the second edition of her best-selling book, The Zen of Social Media Marketing was just released in March 2012.
When not working directly with her clients or shooting her shows for the media, Shama travels the world speaking on business, entrepreneurship and technology.
The Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) is an invite-only nonprofit organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. The YEC recently published #FixYoungAmerica: How to Rebuild Our Economy and Put Young Americans Back to Work (for Good), a book of 30+ proven solutions to help end youth unemployment.
Check Mashable tomorrow afternoon at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT), when Kabani will be answering questions from the audience live via video chat.
You can also sign up for an email reminder of the chat by visiting this registration page.