About Brrism

  • Brrism was launched in August 2009 at Bristol's PM Studio.
  • Brrism is not for profit and it is not to be used as a platform for selling
  • It exists due to the goodwill of Michael Corbett (who spends a great deal of his free time organising events) and the Friends of Brrism (who have contributed to Brrism in a number of ways).
  • Meetings usually have approximately 30 attendees and this is limited by the capacity of the venue.
  • Brrism on Twitter has circa 1,500 followers
  • Brrism Facebook page has 75 fans
  • Brrism mailing list has over 170 contacts
  • Brrism meetings are free but attendees must sign up on EventBrite due to the fact that numbers must be controlled due to limitations of the venue.

Brrism Aims

  • Provide a focal point for Bristol’s social media community and many other groups whose lives are increasingly being impacted by social media
  • Provide a networking forum
  • To allow people to learn about social media and its implications by means of presentations and facilitated discussion groups.