Get the unique insight from public relations and communications professionals from around the world. PRSA 2011 International Conference will be taking place October 15 in Orlando, USA.
Get the unique insight from public relations and communications professionals from around the world. PRSA 2011 International Conference will be taking place October 15 in Orlando.
As communications specialists we need to learn and evolve all the time and what might be a better way to do this than to attend an international conference meant for just that. Among the speakers you will find known names such as Soledad O'Brien from CNN, Disney Imagineer Joe Rohde, X Price CEO Peter Diamandis and the author of "Trust Agents" Chris Brognan. These are just a few names to mention. In reality more than 200 experts in fields from social media to reputation management will be attending the conference.
Keep your communications knowledge fresh and learn about the new tools and how to incorporate them, learn about the new technologies and how you can take advantage of them most effectively, get to know the successful strategies the key players in the business are using and incorporate them into your own doings as well.
If you are a PR or communications specialist, The Cheers magazine suggests you take part of this conference in order to represent your industry more professionally, serve your clients better than before and...last but not least, enjoy your time and share experiences with hundreds of experts.
The conference will be taking place in Orlando, Fla. Everyone registering for the conference before Aug. 26 will be entered into a contest for a chance to win.
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