- Day one focused on creativity, international culture and the challenges facing PR and communications agencies. Tweets are curated from attendees.
- — nehamehrotra (@nehamehro)Thu, Sep 29 2016 08:31:31
- — Christina Forsgård (@kittikatti)Thu, Sep 29 2016 08:47:18
- — Nina Sawetz (@BottleNina)Thu, Sep 29 2016 09:00:3970% of employees in the PR industry are not allowed to work from home. Is this right for the future of the industry? #ICCOSummit
- Public affairs, otherwise know as lobbying, matters. Companies need to understand the regulatory landscape. They need to see what is coming over the horizon. Importantly they need to have a conversation with decision-makers.
- — David Gallagher (@TBoneGallagher)Thu, Sep 29 2016 09:07:41Some progress, but much work left to do to close the gender pay gap #ICCOSummit https://twitter.com/sonyamadeira/status/781416733341052928 …
- — Julio Romo (@twofourseven)Thu, Sep 29 2016 11:00:13
- — Avian Media (@avianmedia_)Thu, Sep 29 2016 12:06:05
- It is important to find the balance in how we communicate. Not just digital and social, but face-to-face. We have be relevant and know what our audiences prefer.
- — Julio Romo (@twofourseven)Thu, Sep 29 2016 13:06:32
- — Candace (@CandaceKuss)Thu, Sep 29 2016 13:22:24
- — Julio Romo (@twofourseven)Thu, Sep 29 2016 13:26:21
A review of ICCOsummit 2016
The International Communications Consultants Association held it's conference in Oxford on 29 and 30 September. A key theme was the changing PR-agencies business model and innovation that is disrupting how people engage and communicate.
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