The digital world is rapidly changing. Content creators and distributors constantly seek new ways to reach their target audience and get their message across. Content evolution seems to be growing more quickly than ever before. No sooner is one strategy in place when the media playing field gets turned around, and you’re trying to adapt to the new information coming your way.
The theme of this year’s Communications Week is “Media Disruption.” If you’re wondering what to expect, it’s simple — you’ll find highly entertaining and informative panels, social events, and webinars, as well as energizing and inspirational discussions. If you find that you can’t attend in person, Kite Hill PR cordially invites you and your agency to listen to the free webinars taking place throughout the week.
Must See Events
If you find yourself wanting to attend, you’re in for a real treat, beginning with the State of the Union Breakfast on Monday, October 20th. This free kick-off event, hosted by Business Wire, will be discussing what it means to be “Living in Times of Media Disruption.”
On Tuesday, October 21st, you’ll be able to “Meet the Media Disruptors,” an incredible evening event hosted by PRSA-NY, showing their biggest “Meet the Media” event yet, with reduced pricing provided in honor of Communications Week.
Wednesday, October 22nd, has an outstanding webinar event — “Supercharge Your Communications with Social Media” — hosted by Nova Communications and AirPR. You’ll gain valuable insight into the best ways your message can be broadcast throughout social media channels.
Also, on Wednesday, October 22nd, you can attend a monumental live streaming event — “Add Google Hangouts to Your Digital Communications Strategy” — conducted by none other than the social media manager of NASA, who successfully orchestrated a Hangout conducted from space.
Thursday, October 23rd, wants you to “Go Beyond Storytelling,” an entertaining and insightful Evening Cocktail Reception, hosted by Workman Communications Group at ADC.
You know that the business world has grown more competitive than ever. The only way you and your company can survive and thrive is to consciously increase your knowledge base. Attending Communications Week serves to expand your horizons, generate new ideas, and explore new methods you can use to attract more attention than ever before.
Whether you attend in person or join the events via webinar, you’ll find this to be an excellent opportunity to reach out to other professionals and share insights and solutions to problems, as well as expand your own business network.
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