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A podcast with Pat Armstrong

Welcome to IABC’s official podcast. Telling the stories from across the IABC World, the IABC podcast features news, features and interviews with the communication industry’s best. In the latest episode, our very own IABC NSW board member, Pat Armstrong sits down with host, Dan Gold, to talk about bringing marketing and communication departments under one roof. They look at three things not to miss on…

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Notice of Annual General Meeting: New South Wales Chapter of the IABC

The Annual General Meeting of the NSW Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators will be held at 6.00pm, 3 December 2019. Election of Board Members The NSW Chapter Board consists of 10 members. For 2020, there will be 3 of vacant positions to be filled. Continuing Board members are Andrew Cooper, Mark Woodrow, Kieran McCann, Suzanne Houweling, Patrick Armstrong, Sach Trikha and Megan…

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Thinking about starting a podcast? Here’s 5 factors to consider first

Engaging. Affordable. Popular. Measurable. There’s a lot to like about podcasts. No wonder tickets sold out for the recent podcasting workshop we delivered for NSW members of the International Association of Business Communicators. The question that many audience members had was: Are podcasts right for my organisation and my target audiences? So, during the session, we shared our learnings from producing podcasts for clients over several…

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Climate of Change – Corporate Responsibility, the new strategic imperative

Wednesday, 16 Oct., 12:40pm – 2:00pm

Once considered discretionary and a nice-to-do, corporate responsibility has emerged as a strategic imperative for forward-looking businesses.

But what are the responsibilities of business? Why are they changing? And how can change be harnessed for new forms of growth, engagement and opportunity?

In this informative session, Jacquie Fegent-McGeachie will explore:

  • Mega-trends driving business to redefine their responsibilities
  • Initiatives that savvy businesses are pursuing in response
  • How organisations are building trust by taking into account wider stakeholder expectations.

Tickets are now available using via password IABCNSWMEMBER.

Please note as an exclusive workshop approach this is for current IABC NSW members only.

Purpose and culture with Microsoft’s CMO

Our final large scale event this year will be presented by Pip Arthur, CMO and Communications Director at Microsoft on Thursday, 24 October (5:45pm). In this session Pip will explain why purpose and culture are critical to success in a future where the only constant is change, and true competitiveness comes from innovation.

Secure your spot today.