We’ve got some great opportunities to bring Invoke’s thought leadership to center stage coming up! Co-founder Dario Meli will be speaking next month at the Influencer Conference 2010 (Influencer10), a 2-day conference in NYC that will bring together key influencers in technology, marketing & advertising, arts & music, philanthropy and entrepreneurship to discuss the current and future landscape of influencer culture. The event is already sold out, but you can find more information about the panelists and topics on Influencer10.com or Twitter @Influencer10.

We are also psyched to announce that Invoke’s Grace Carter and Nadia Nascimento will be speaking at the South By Southwest Interactive (SXSWi) conference next year. They’ve put together what’s going to be an awesome conversation topic, “Das Stiletto: Discovering Ladykind in the Social Web,” exploring the marketing landscape as it appeals to female audiences and how businesses can better connect with women through the social web. With the experience of dozens of social app campaigns that are geared towards women, these lovely ladies will educate the audience on social web strategies that work best for females. They’ll be serving tea, too!

Invoke has been attending the conference for many years — last year, we made a splash in Austin, with HootSuite launching foursquare and MySpace integration just beforehand, and our “Invoke + Friends at SXSW 2010” dashboard kept tabs on people and activities in Austin that week. This year, Grace & Nadia join HootSuite CEO Ryan Holmes, who will be discussing the unique characteristics of the Japanese web and mobile market in his panel, “Big in Japan: Outreaching to a Unique Market.”

Check out more great speaking sessions to anticipate, and remember to book your tickets early for next March!