CIPR IC conference – 20% discount for bookings made this week
Admittedly there aren’t many good thinks to come out of a recession, but one of the unexpected and very welcome benefits is that some great events and conferences are occasionally available at discounted rates for short periods – helping stretch those valuable development budgets even further.
The CIPR’s annual one day conference on internal comms is coming up next month and it looks set to be one of the best value events you’re likely to find this year. The ticket price – already a steal at just £395 (plus VAT) for CIPR members – has just been discounted by 20% for immediate bookings, meaning you now get access to some of the leading thinkers in internal comms, fresh real world case studies and valuable networking for a touch over three hundred quid! And if you’re not a CIPR member, don’t worry – the event still represents excellent value for money at around £400. But you’ll have to reserve your place by close of play tomorrow to qualify.
The line up for the programme is impressive with sessions from the likes of work psycologist Leona Deakin, Camden Council’s Paul Inglefield, consultant Liam FitzPatrick, Hill & Knowlton’s social media guru Niall Cook and Sharon Saxton of City & Guilds Group. These excellent speakers will cover a wide range of topics, from planning for the post-recession recovery, dealing with survivor syndrome and getting the most from your budget, through to leveraging emerging channels and communicating organisational performance. If that wasn’t enough there will also be time to grill an expert panel, meet members of the CIPR Inside committee and network with the speakers and other delegates throughout the day.
The event takes place on Monday 14 September at the Inmarsat Conference Centre, Old Street, EC1. For full details and to book please visit the CIPR website.