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June 17, 2014 Transcript of #CommsChat with EVCOM board candidates

Last night #CommsChat was hosted by candidates for the @EVCOMUK board. @marcoevcom led the discussion which covered everything from the expectations placed upon communications professionals, to current and future trends in the industry. The board’s ambitions and the new face of EVCOM were also topical. @ElizabethMKit I see more journalists willing & interested to connect via […]

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June 13, 2014 Transcript of #CommsChat on the future of comms pt. 2

See more of the transcript:   Mynewsdesk UK ‏@mynewsdesk_uk  Jun 9 A sneak peek of our survey results: 1 in 4 marketing and comms professionals said they think it will die out within 50 years #commschat Expand  Reply   Retweet   Favorite   More     Favorited by Neil Cardwell   Gerard F. Corbett ‏@PRJobCoach  Jun 9 Amen! RT @ncardwell T3: I think […]

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June 13, 2014 Transcript of #CommsChat on the future of comms pt 1.

In the run up to next week’s #futurecomms14 event we were joined by @AdamCranfield from @mynewsdesk to ponder the future of communications. It was a heated discussion that covered everything from qualifications, to the changing face of journalism, to the impact of technology. Also take a look at this fantastic Storify from @gabriellenyc. @dbreakenridge Content decisions will be based […]

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June 3, 2014 Transcript of #CommsChat on the PRCA DARE awards

Last week on #CommsChat we were inspired by the PRCA DARE awards for Scotland and Northern Ireland that took place last week in Edinburgh. We chatted more broadly about what defines regional PR and how awards can champion its cause. ‏@SMXChat  A1. Skills ppl working in PR need: genuine passion for brand & transparent communications; regardless of […]

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May 20, 2014 Transcript of #CommsChat on networking

Last week on #CommsChat we spoke about the value of business relationships and shared networking tips. We agreed that quality, valuable relationships are far more important than a stack of business cards from acquaintances. @SFerika My best advice is genuinely listen to the people you connect with and think, “How can I help?” not just WIIFM […]

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