TUESDAY 17 MAR 2015 5:59 PM


The third annual Internal Communications Conference next week promises communicators active involvement and practical advice that they can put into practice at their organisations.

IC leaders, and communications and employee engagement seniors will be in attendance and the topics up for discussion include strategy, the role of IC in building a sustainable business, measurement, inspiring innovation, communicating to an offline global audience and managing organisation and cultural change. Attendees will meet with peers and see examples of good practice that have been adopted by successful brands.

The list of speakers for the three-day event includes Emma Berry, internal communications director for EMEA Pfizer, Drew McMillan, head of internal communications and engagement at Virgin Trains, Paul Osgood head of internal communications at Philips International and Katharina Auer head of employee communications for Zurich Insurance, Switzerland.

The conference, which is run by the global events and training group, BOC, will take place from March 23 to March 25 at The Bentley Hotel in London. For more information, visit the website.


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