Cybher 2012 was the first all inclusive female blogger event of its kind in the UK. Founded by established blogger Siân To, Cybher swiftly positioned itself as THE must attend blogger event of the year.
On May 12th 2012, 300 women bloggers from all walks of life came together at the stunning 8 Northumberland Avenue in London for what was an amazing event. Over 4500 tweets using the #Cybher tag with a reach of over 5 million were logged in just 48 hours and we trended on Twitter hours before the event kicked off. We think THAT is something to be celebrated!
After 15 years PR experience, Siân went social when she started blogging in 2009. In January 2010 she founded CyberMummy and in August that year she embarked on a life changing journey as an ambassador for Save the Children that took her from the slums of Bangladesh to the UN summit in New York and tea at Downing Street.
Following Cybher 2012 Siân went on her second charity trip, this time to raise awareness of the critical food crisis in Niger with World Vision. Once again her trip garnered a global audience and as a result World Vision secured match funding from DIFID (Department for International Development) for the #ShareNiger campaign. You can read about the trip at ShareNiger.com
Claire is a qualified project manager who has worked on ICT and Interiors projects for 15 years. Claire became a serial blogger back in 2009 following her popular and successful maternity blog – which she deleted once she stopped being anonymous! Claire has been quietly creating websites, blogs and professional facebook pages for clients for years, including the Cybher site.
Claire went on to launch The Bump Wear Project followed by Chair Lover and soon joined forces with pro-blogger Natalie Lue. Claire’s background is lifestyle and design and her blogs play homage to those fields. Claire also blogs for her online online kids shoe shop, Little Stomper.
Erica works an account manager at integrated search, social media and PR agency Punch Communications. Erica has over 11 years experience marketing and promoting music to the masses at Sony Music and Lout Events.
She moved to the UK eight years ago from New York, where she developed Rockstarhelper, a music PR and management company for start up indie bands.