Geneva Roundtable: Future of Corporate Communications

October 30, 2006 at 9:37 pm Leave a comment

For those of you in the Geneva (Switzerland) here is an event  I’m helping organise that you may be interested to attend:

As part of the Future Series, the International University in Geneva and Geneva Women in International Trade present a roundtable:

“The Future of Corporate Communications”

Tuesday 14 November 2006, 6 p.m.
Movenpick Hotel, ICC, Rte de Bois 20, 1215 Geneva

Panel members:
– Cary Adams, Managing Director, Lloyds TSB International Private Banking
– Charlotte Lindsey, Deputy Director of Communications, International Committee of the Red Cross
– Peter Warne, Senior External Communications Manager, Nestle

“Through blogs, wikis and podcasts, publics are conversing amongst themselves and building influential sources of information as alternatives to traditional media. Are organisations ready and willing to converse with publics? Can corporate communications cope with competing sources of influence and use social media to build relationships with their key audiences?”

Entry fee: 25 CHF (15 CHF for GWIT members and IUN Alumni)

Agenda:
6.00 p.m. Welcome
6.30 p.m. Presentations followed by discussions
7.30 p.m. Cocktail and networking

Register online for the event.

Glenn

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