IABC – the International Association of Business Communicators – is the global organisation for people working in business communications. It offers members a global forum to develop professional skills, share knowledge of and develop best practice in communications and to discuss important issues affecting the profession. IABC’s membership in the UK covers the full spectrum of business communications: internal, marketing, media and public relations, public affairs and strategic communications. Most of our members occupy senior positions, many in global companies and organisations. The UK Chapter – covering the UK and Ireland – is part of the association’s European region.
posted August 12th, 2014
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The IABC Gold Quill Awards, which recognises and fosters excellence in the field of business communications, is the leading international award programme for communicators. Competition to gain an award is strong and the UK chapter is proud that we have local winners who have gained this prestigious distinction.
Come along to our latest IABC event showcasing some of the Gold Quill stars of 2014 and learn from their expertise.
eBay, won two awards of excellence and its head of strategic communications, Ben Matthews, will tell us about the eBay Heroes recognition campaign and its Future of Shopping which features how technology continues to change the way we buy.
Gaining a merit award was HSBC for its HSBC Now video programme which introduces stories from employees around the world. Hear senior editor global editor news, Jenny Varley, explain what lies behind this success.
Tata Consultancy Services won for the second year running with TCS Alti Acquisition – marketing an acquisition to fire up the brand in France, and TCS Summit – leading organisations in a complex age. Ashish Babu, Director of Communications, will talk us through their winning strategies.
Our event is hosted by award winner Tata Consultancy Services.
Date: 23 September 2014. Time: 6.15 for 6.30 start (7.30 networking over drinks/refreshments.) at 33 Grosvenor Pl, London SW1X 7HY·
Cost for IABC members and our partner organisations £10 and for non-members £20. Register today!
About the Gold Quills
Thinking about entering your work in next year’s Gold Quills programme?
You can find out more about what it takes and see more winning entries here.