Founder of NuGloMarketing (NGM), Donnet Bruce, is pleased to announce that they have joined forces with Integrated Marketing Strategist, Dekishea Gordon to curate “The Fashion & Beauty Bloggers (FABB) Roundtable” for Social Media Week Miami 2012. Miami is known for its vibrant and trendy ambiance, therefore the fashion and beauty scene definitely had to be represented during this week-long event.

The FABB Roundtable for SMW Miami 2012 is to be held on Thursday, February 16 at 9:30 AM — 10:45 AM, at the Adrienne Arsht Center1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132

This is the first year that Social Media Week is being hosted in Miami. The roundtable will discuss how digital media has put Miami on the map with other fashion and beauty capitals around the globe. A common thread throughout all panel discussions next week will focus on, “Empowering Change Through Collaboration.”

“Since the emergence of social media, many bloggers have been able to influence segmented audiences on the behalf of many brands. In South Florida, fashion and beauty bloggers have encouraged consumers to shop smarter, take risks, follow their personal sense of style, and become more fashion-forward such as those in New York and London. I’m excited to organize a dynamic panel of fashion influencers that are changing the fashion scene in Miami,” says Donnet Bruce.

“Working in marketing, I have definitely seen the impact social media has had across all industries. I first stumbled upon this global week-long event online,and then a few weeks later Donnet approached me about partnering to curate a panel. We organized a great lineup of bloggers that not only influence, but also represent the diverse fashion scene in South Florida,” says Dekishea Gordon.

Social Media Week is one of the world’s most unique global platforms, offering a series of interconnected activities and conversations around the world on emerging trends in social and mobile media across all major industries. For more information on SMW Miami 2012 and the FABB Roundtable please visit: