Posted in Events on 1 February 2018By Sarah Eklund, Marketing Manager
Join us on International Women’s Day 2018 in the inspiring surroundings of Manchester Art Gallery for an insight-filled breakfast roundtable explaining the power and potential of integrated communications.
Are you looking at ways to better articulate your investment case online post MiFID II? Are you flummoxed by what the new corporate governance changes will mean for your communications programmes? Are you still wrestling with the implications of gender pay?
With increasing scrutiny, calls for greater transparency and an ever-cynical set of stakeholders, the need for strong, integrated communications has never been greater.
Legislation such as MiFID II, diversity and gender pay reporting are shining a light on the quality of our companies’ communications and the opportunity to communicate well and reap the benefits has never been greater.
But it comes with its challenges. Siloed departments, time and budget constraints and often a lack of the right skill set among marketing, corporate communications and IR teams can make presenting a compelling, consistent story an ambition rather than a reality.
In this one hour roundtable event in association with the IR Society, we will tackle the issues head-on with a roadmap to avoiding the bear traps and realising the opportunities the current climate presents.
Attendees will benefit from:
· Anecdotes from client organisations who have navigated some of the recent legislative hurdles. · A showcase of real-world examples from those that have seized the opportunity and produced some great communications to inspire your projects and campaigns. · The opportunity to quiz employee communications, brand, digital and reporting specialists on your personal context. · A chance to view the Sylvia Pankhurst: Working Women exhibition.
Thursday 8 March 8:30 - 10:00am (breakfast served from 8am)