THURSDAY 13 DEC 2018 11:27 AM


For seven years, the unsung hero of London’s conference landscape, the BOC Internal Communications Conference, has been crafting a programme designed to give internal comms professionals the space to think about the modern communications landscape and their place within it.

The conference is typically crafted to allow for a handful of interesting case studies, offering new strategies and fresh thinking, supplemented by discussions of research, communications theory and insightful debate. The conference will be held on 28-29 March in London. The event is always carefully programmed, with engaging speakers and practical, applicable knowledge sharing.

At last year’s event, a case study from a major engineering firm showcased the art of working with line managers. That was accompanied by a study into leadership buy-in and interactive sessions designed to foster the sharing of best practice. This year’s programme will not disappoint. With speakers lined up like the Katharina Auer, Clifford Chance’s Paul Osgood, the BBC’s Emily Kirwan and PepsiCo’s Jemima Bradbury-Wade, delegates will be hearing from the best.

The programme is designed to offer experienced internal communications professionals with new perspectives on the role and techniques of modern communications. To that effect, the programme is varied and blends session formats to offer delegates the best opportunities to engage with new thinking.

The event draws attendees from far and wide, often as far afield as Australia, and from the highest levels of experience in internal communications. That mix allows delegates to engage with a diverse group of peers while still ensuring each attendee is able to learn from the valuable knowledge and experience shared at the conference.

The conference will conclude with the distribution of the IC Brilliance Awards which recognise individuals and teams demonstrate the success internal communicators can have within a business. Previous winners include the Odeon Cinema Group, Canon, Aviva, BMW, AstraZeneca and more. The conference brochure, with further details about the 2019 programme is available for download.

Communicate readers can register two delegates for the price of one. This unique offer is available via the code CM2for1 and must be used by 31 January. Click here to book your places.