Join IABC St. Louis on Thursday, January 25, as we partner with the St. Louis PRSA chapter! You’ll learn 10 super powers of visual storytelling from our esteemed guest, Laura Stanton, a former graphic artist for The Washington Post.
From the Bayer/Monsanto merger to A-B InBev’s 2016 acquisition of SABMiller, industry globalization and consolidation present major challenges to today’s business communicators. Join IABC St. Louis on Wednesday, October 18, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. as Bonfyre HR Director Rob Seay leads an informative discussion on the importance of company culture and employee engagement during times of incredible organizational change.
Everyone loves a great story. From selling a product or service to raising funds or building a brand, storytelling crosses cultures and can be a highly effective messaging tool.
Join IABC St. Louis on Thursday, August 25, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Moonrise Hotel as we discuss the art of storytelling to diverse groups, featuring special guest speaker Jorge Riopedre, President of Casa de Salud.
During times of crisis and great change, much is made about communicating to external audiences. But it’s equally important to consider the special communications needs of internal stakeholders. Join IABC St. Louis on Thursday, May 25, as Weber Shandwick moderates a panel of local experts who’ll provide their first-hand experiences and points of view on communicating internally during crises, mergers, leadership changes, and under other turbulent circumstances.
When it comes to digital marketing and communications, the possibilities are endless, but the process can be daunting. Join IABC St. Louis on Thursday, March 23, as we welcome Justin Ellis, Founder of Legato Digital, LLC, for a professional development luncheon covering the digital communication process and how to make smart, efficient digital transformations for your company.
Join us Thursday, Feb. 23 for a case study in effective branding. Forest Park Forever Strategic Communications Director Stephen Schenkenberg will discuss how his team dramatically changed this nonprofit’s image from a grass-roots fundraiser into a robust conservancy with an expanding role – as a steward of a national treasure.