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Win a ticket to IABC 2012 Canada Business Summit preconference workshop

23 October 2012 21 Comments
Château Laurier, Ottawa, Canada. Seen from the...

Château Laurier, Ottawa, Canada. Seen from the corner of Sussex and Rideau. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here’s your chance to win a free ticket to an IABC 2012 Canada Business Summit preconference workshop.  The summit takes place November 1-3 at the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa. The November 1st there are six diverse and interactive pre-conference workshops, and featuring top experts discussing a wide range of topics including career planning, internal and strategic communications, insights on the use of multimedia and all the dos and don’ts when it comes to connecting with the Québec market.

If you can’t take a full three days to attend the conference, you may wish to hone your skills and build your network with one of these engaging workshops:

•    Job search & career planning
•    Communicating inside enterprise 2.0: A survival guide to the new social workspace
•    The 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications (strategic leadership) – English
•    The 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications (strategic leadership) – French
•    Quick and painless ways to add multimedia to your communications
•    How to successfully introduce brands in Québec

For more information on all six workshops, click here.

Win your way into a pre-conference workshop!

Just leave a comment below saying which of the above workshops you’d like to attend and why. Winners will be chosen at random.

IABC Canada East Region reserves the right to designate the winning workshops based on availability. Competition closes Sunday October 28 at 18.00.

See you November 1-3!

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21 Comments »

  • Vanessa Lovell said:

    As someone who is currently job searching, I would love to be able to attend the job search & career planning workshop. It is always nice to hear what people within the industry are looking for in their ideal candidates. There may also be many techniques that I am not aware of. This will give me insight to what I may be doing wrong and what I need to change. It can also give me tips that will be beneficial to me in planning my career path.

  • Cassandra said:

    Right now I need all the help I can get with Job search & career planning so that would be my first choice! Why? well… because I’m looking for something substantial, help please! :o)

  • Robert said:

    As a recent grad, I’d love to attend the Job Searching & Career Planning workshop. I think it’d be a great opportunity for me to learn from those who have established their careers. Thanks!

  • Used Printing Equipment said:

    The process is very commence, and involves a bit of trial and miscalculation, but what makes it a lot of fun is the trying caught up with a little bit of luck and help please:)

  • Jean Roberth Souza said:

    “Communicating inside enterprise 2.0: A survival guide to the new social workspace” seems to be the most interesting workshop in this Summit. The new challenges imposed by technology makes us rethink about our strategy on internal communications every day.

  • Shawn said:

    The “The 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications (strategic leadership) – English” session sounds interesting. It has become increasingly clear to me that the planning your brand’s message is of utmost importance. This is especially true if you have a social media presence.

  • Alison Foley Howard said:

    I would be very interested in Caroline Kealey’s workshop The 10 Most Powerful Questions in Strategic Communications (Strategic Leadership), in English. I am a marketing director and always considering the strategic angle.

  • Coffee with Julie said:

    The 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications <— I'd attend this one because (a) I've love to hear what the 10 questions are (good session title!) and (b) I'd love to network with the people sitting in on this session.

    Thanks for this giveaway! Julie

  • Sol said:

    “The 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications (strategic leadership) in English” is of interest to me. I’m looking into doing more consultative-type work, and would love to know the right questions to ask!

  • Melanie said:

    Quick and painless ways to add multimedia to your communications – I would love to attend this workshop. It’s always a struggle finding content to feed our various corporate social media channels, and good multimedia content is even more challenging.

  • Mike Reynolds said:

    Communicating Inside Enterprise 2.0: A Survival Guide to the New Social Workspace

    Survival. Always something I’m looking for.

  • Jayna Hart said:

    I would love to attend the session on the 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications. This is going to be an excellent discussion.

  • Karen said:

    I want to know what the 10 questions are, so I would pick the 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications (strategic leadership).

  • Stephan Telka (@stephantelka) said:

    I’m most excited about “The 10 most powerful questions in strategic communications (strategic leadership) – English”. My firm was recently acquired, so I’m trying to keep my skills sharp and my game focused.

  • Melissa Gruber said:

    I work for the national association of visual artists. I would like to attend the workshop “Quick and painless ways to add multimedia to your communications”. We have recently experimented with producing our own videos and had a great response. I would love to look further into low cost options for our budget strapped organization.

  • Lara said:

    Quick and painless ways to add multimedia to your communications-> I’m always looking for new ways to help people add multimedia to their communications. The more easy ways I can help them, the better!

  • Miranda said:

    As a young professional, I would love to attend the Job Search & Career Planning workshop. I’m always looking for opportunities to help develop my career and find my niche in the business world. Tips on how to develop a networking plan would definitely be valuable to helping me build a lifelong career.

  • Meaghan said:

    In a role that is increasingly including social media and online communitions, I would love to attend “Communicating inside enterprise 2.0: A survival guide to the new social workspace” to see what I can learn and apply to my current role.

  • Lindsey McCaffrey said:

    Right now, I am interested in learning more about multimedia and how it fits into my role as a freelance copywriter/content strategist. I would love to attend the entire summit but since I only recently went full-time freelance, can’t quite afford it. I would really appreciate getting a pass to this event!

  • sherrilynne (author) said:

    This competition is now closed. I’ll post the winner tomorrow.

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