Leaders In Communications 2012
A One-Day Summit & Gala Dinner - 20 September 2012 - OXO2, The OXO Tower, London
The summit and gala dinner have now taken place. However, to register your interest for future events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the role of the Communications Director today, and how is it evolving?
Leaders In Communications is a new and exclusive event for seasoned communications professionals from big brands, with big responsibities. The event is designed to tackle common challenges - both strategic and practical - that you face at the top today. This is the only event for aspired individuals who are ready to challenge themselves as Leaders In Communications.
Why Attend? Fulfilling your aspirations as a leader of communications and business.
From crisis and internal comms through to measurement and evaluation, some of the biggest issues in communications are evergreen yet remain unsolved. In recent years, technology, social media and media fragmentation have been added complexity. All the while, as communications leaders, elements of management and talent retention play their part in everyday business development. As the game changes, how does your role as lead in function evolve, and how can you fulfil your aspirations as well as those of the business? Listen to how others do it, tell your own story and pave the way for future comms excellence.
A Unique Event Designed Exclusively For Comms Leaders
- Attendance is limited to client-side Heads of, Directors, Chief Communications Officers and Vice Presidents of Communications and PR only
- The day mixes keynotes, Q&A, roundtables and breakout sessions to allow for maximum peer-to-peer exchanged
- Application of 'Chatham House Rule' - to encourage openness and the sharing of knowledge, insight and contribution to the industry
- Access to your peers in one place - the perfect opportunity for excellent, high-quality networking, including a drinks and dinner reception
This event has been created and designed with input and guidance from the following advisory board members:
- John Neilson, VP International Communications, BAE Systems plc
- Danny Rogers, Editor-in-Chief, Brand Republic Group
- Catherine May, Former Corporate Affairs Director, Centrica plc
- George Eykyn, Director of Communications, Department for Communities and Local Government
- Dale Parmenter, Group Managing Director, drpgroup
- Mary Fagan, Group Communications & Corporate Affairs Director, ITV plc
- Hilary Cross, Director of External Affairs, Macmillan Cancer Support
- Dominic Fry, Director of Communications & Investor Relations, Marks & Spencer Group Plc
- Mike Davies, Director of Global Communications, PwC
- Andrew Eddy, Former Communications Director, Shell
- Tom Curry, UK Communications Director, Tesco
- Arthur Leathley, Communications Director, Virgin Trains
- Simon Kleine, Vice President Corporate Communications - Europe and CIS, Western Union
- Matt Grossman, Vice President, Corporate Communications, EMEA, The Walt Disney Company