Our panel has just been confirmed for the digital corporate communications breakfast on 23 September – book your place now.

11 August 2016

We hope you are enjoying the summer months. Our panel has just been confirmed for the digital corporate communications breakfast on 23 September – book your place now.

September events:

Simon Watkins, Editor of the Financial Mail on Sunday  Book here

Tuesday 13 September, 12.30 for 1:00pm, AXA, 5 Old Broad Street.

Simon Watkins is the City Editor of the Financial Mail on Sunday, the most influential tabloid business paper in the UK, boasting a weekly circulation of over 1.3 million, and an online circulation of many more.

Simon joined the paper in 2000 as Markets Editor, and was appointed City Editor in May 2013, since which time he has weighed in on some of the most pressing economic issues of the day, from potential repercussions of Brexit to the case for and against state aid for Tata Steel. Simon began his career as a reporter for Computing Magazine, followed by Campaign Magazine. He then moved to The Press Association, where in just over two years he rose from Business Reporter to Business Editor.

 

Social media Breakfast:  Book here

Digital corporate communications: defining influence and influencers in the digital age.

Friday 23 September 2016 at DWF, 20 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 3AG

We have an expert panel to discuss how corporate communications professionals can move towards a more nuanced understanding of influence in the digital age. Our panel will debate how well traditional influence translates online, and how online influencers can best be used for campaigns and reputation management. The session will include case studies about how to track the key online influencers for the issues facing your company.

Panel

Kathryn Sutton, social media manager, Schroders

Keith Lewis, Social Media Manager, Zurich UK

Matthew Willis, partner, Fourtold

Adam Parker, founder, Lissted

 

Timings:

8.00am             Registration and networking breakfast

8.30am             Panel debate

9.45am             Debate close; coffee and networking 

Cost for breakfast: £20 for members; £25 for non-members

CIPR CPD value: 5 points

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Beth Saint

Chair – CIPR Corporate and Financial Group

 

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