IABC NL is proud to invite you to Making Waves (April 2)
On April 2, 2020, IABC NL is proud to invite you to Making Waves, a one-day professional development and networking conference.
An impressive lineup of homegrown shining stars will lead engaging sessions that will help you create communications results to elevate your organization and your career.
What will you learn?
Making Waves will cover some of the most pressing topics for communications and marketing professionals in 2020. Sessions will touch on areas such as emergency response management, sustainability, inclusion and diversity, indigenous relations, media relations, digital communications, organizational culture, and more.
A glimpse of our presenters: Fortis, m5, National, First Light, Anaconda Mining, Sequence Bio, and Hey Orca. More details to be shared soon!
Who should attend?
If you are interested in learning from local experts who are eager to share their winning communications strategies, this event is for you.
You may be:
- a seasoned communications professional with years of experience interested in networking and keeping yourself sharp;
- a communications management professional who is responsible for driving communications priorities and planning in your organization;
- just getting started in the field of communications and interested in building your network and learning; or,
- someone who is interested in learning about any of the presenting topics noted above.
This event is packed with content that will enhance your skills and your network
April 2, 2020
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Fortis Energy Centre (4th Floor, 5 Springdale Street, St. John’s, NL)
To Register visit: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/making-waves-tickets-95366681311
👏 Thank you to our event sponsor:
Interested in sponsoring? Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A continental breakfast, networking breaks, and lunch will be included. To ensure you have an excellent experience, please email email@example.com if you have any special requirements including dietary restrictions or accessibility needs.