The Nigerian chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), has announced that it will hold its popular CEO breakfast forum on Thursday, February 5, 2015.
The forum which is the fourth in the series, is themed, ‘Reputation and the Sales Function,’ and will feature the Vice President, Customer Service, Airtel Networks Nigeria, Mr. Ajay Bakshi, who will be speaking on “Managing Customer Service Impact on Reputation and Bottom line.”
It will be recalled that the last CEO forum that held in Lagos, featured the distinguished speakers, Richard Ikiebe, Senior Fellow at the School of Media and Communication, Pan Atlantic University, Nigeria and Dr. Sean McCoy, Chief Executive of branding agency HKLM with offices in South Africa and West Africa in an event that highlighted the importance of digital communication in Africa.
The IABC which prides itself as the foremost Global association for communication professionals, is known for setting the standards for Global excellence in communication. In Nigeria the association is now recognized for its consistency in providing an engagement platform for communication professionals and business leaders to interact and share ideas for enhanced leadership communication and stakeholder engagement.
While making the announcement, the Director of Communication, of the Nigerian chapter of IABC, Mr. Samuel Iboroma, disclosed that the association has outlined several other programs and events other than the popular CEO forum that will increase professional networking opportunities for communicators in the country.
He further disclosed that the association was open for all communication professionals, including marketing communication, photography, investor relations, training, teachers, Human Resources and for every other professional that is involved with strategic communication.
About IABC: The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) enables a global network of communicators working in diverse industries and disciplines to identify, share, and apply the world’s best communication practices.
IABC is recognized as the professional association of choice for communicators who aspire to excel in their chosen fields. For more information, visit: www.iabc.com as well as www.iabcnigeria.com
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