As a public relations and public affairs communicator, you live in a constantly evolving environment – a world where your success depends on staying current with emerging trends and disruptive technologies. On March 6, 2015, Capitol Communicator will put these changes into perspective during our second full-day Convergence in Communications Conference; featuring speakers and sessions detailing what’s new in the online and traditional news media, social media, crisis communications, mobile, video ... and much more!
The Convergence in Communications Conference is your opportunity to meet representatives from the traditional and “new” media, learn the latest in social media and attend sessions of specific interest to you - including crisis communication in a social world, research and measurement, employee relations, mobile, video, CSR, and more. The Convergence conference is designed to provide you timely information and techniques you can take back to your office and use.
This year’s keynote speaker is Frank Eliason, Global Director of Social Media for Citi; formerly of Comcast, where he created Comcast Cares. In 2013, Frank was named one of the 25 top innovators in PR by the Holmes Report
And, the Convergence conference will conclude with a one-on-one networking session, featuring opportunities to speak with individual presenters to discuss issues of specific concern to you, and also discuss lessons learned with your colleagues.
The Convergence conference will be held at Artisphere in Arlington. It’s a great chance to learn from industry leaders and to share ideas with other public relations and public affairs professionals.
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