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Internal vs external comms: the blurring of the functions

Strategic Internall Comms
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With the line between internal and external communications constantly blurring, how can the two functions work together for higher employee engagement? How can you create successful integrated comms from the start? Where should IC belong - as a separate function, or part of external comms, HR, marketing departments...? 

Explore what our experts think at a 360° interactive panel discussion at PRWeek's Strategic Internal Communications conference with:
Ian Burrows
Head of Internal Communications
Deloitte LLP
Conor McKechnie
Head of Communications and Public Affairs
General Electric
Natasha Gowans
Senior Internal Communications Manager
LinkedIn
 
Iain Cracknell
Director of Communications Seadrill Management Ltd
Thomas Coops
Director of Communications English National Opera
Year-on-year, this popular conference delivers in-depth case studies, practical solutions and vital strategies to drive employee engagement and deliver a top-performing IC function. Visit www.internalcommsconference.com to book your place now. Plus, if you book before 23 October you'll save £100 off the standard rate.

If you have any questions in the meantime, get in touch by replying to this email or calling us on 020 8267 4011.

I hope to see you there,

Veronika Jurkeviciute
PRWeek events team
@PRWeekEvents
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