Young PR Pros can win a ticket to IABC 2012 Canada Business Summit preconference workshop

Hey Young PR Pros!

You may have heard in yesterday’s episode that the IABC 2012 Canada Business Summit will take place in Ottawa, ON this year.

IABC Ottawa has given Young PR Pros a free ticket to an IABC 2012 Canada Business Summit pre-conference workshop. And we are giving the ticket away to one of our lucky listeners.

The summit takes place Nov. 1-3 at the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa. On Nov. 1 there are six diverse and interactive pre-conference workshops, featuring top experts discussing a wide range of topics including career planning, internal and strategic communications, insights on the use of multimedia and all the dos and don’ts when it comes to connecting with the Québec market.

If you can’t take a full three days to attend the conference, you may wish to hone your skills and build your network with one of these engaging workshops:

  • Job search & career planning
  • Communicating inside enterprise 2.0: A survival guide to the new social workspace
  • The 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications (strategic leadership) – English
  • The 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications (strategic leadership) – French
  • Quick and painless ways to add multimedia to your communications
  • How to successfully introduce brands in Québec

For more information on all six workshops, click here.

Win your way into a pre-conference workshop today! It is easy… just leave a comment below saying which of the above workshops you’d like to attend and why.

But hurry! Do it fast! Competition closes Sunday October 28 at 18.00.

As Kristine and Julia like to say countless times during our episodes: attending IABC events, conferences or workshops are invaluable for a young PR pro. You get the opportunity to meet the top minds in our industry, connect with other PR professionals and build your network.

Winners will be chosen at random. IABC Canada East Region reserves the right to designate the winning workshops based on availability.

13 thoughts on “Young PR Pros can win a ticket to IABC 2012 Canada Business Summit preconference workshop

  1. It’s hard to choose just one, but I’d love to attend “Communicating inside enterprise 2.0: A survival guide to the new social workspace.”
    Online-collaborative tools for internal communication are becoming increasingly popular. We are bringing social media from external to internal use. Like many communicators, this is a big part of my job, so I am always looking for tips and best practices.

  2. I’d love to attend the 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications workshop (en anglais). I think I often have a tendency to want to learn about the newest and greatest techniques so it’s so refreshing to go back to the strategic basics.

  3. I already know quite a bit about adding multimedia to various different kinds of content, but I’d love to see what I can learn from that session anyway. I’d attend: Quick and painless ways to add multimedia to your communications

  4. I’m actually not great at the technical side of online content so I’d go with Quick and painless ways to add multimedia to your communications

  5. I’m always up for learning more about multimedia! I’d choose “Quick and painless ways to add multimedia to your communications.” (P.S. I don’t have to be young to enter this giveaway do I? :))

  6. As I’m looking for work, I have to say Job search & career planning session!
    But The 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications (strategic leadership) – English sounds fantastic too.

  7. Communicating inside enterprise 2.0: A survival guide to the new social workspace – working in a role that is increasingly including digital work, it would be great to see what I could take away and apply to my current role.

  8. The 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications (strategic leadership) – English
    I would like to learn about the substantive and operational priorities.

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