The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is a global network of communicators that promotes professionals in diverse areas of marketing and communications to identify, share and apply the world’s most effective communications practices. By providing professional communicators with the tools they need to manage communication today in an effective and integrated manner, IABC inspires and demands the highest professional standard of quality, innovation and integrity in organizational communication. IABC Canada represents more than 4,500 members across Canada, organized into 14 chapters.
Call for Regional Leaders IABC Canada East Region Board
The search is on for IABC Regional Leaders to join the IABC Canada East Region Board. Are you an experienced IABC chapter volunteer looking to contribute nationally to the IABC? If so, this opportunity might be the next great experience in your IABC career. Volunteering on the regional board provides you with the opportunity to collaborate with a great team of experienced leaders across the eastern region of Canada, supporting the needs of chapter leaders across six provinces from Newfoundland and Labrador to Ontario. If you are interested in joining the IABC Regional Board, please download the nomination form here: http://canada.iabc.com/join-
IABC Canada East Region and IABC Waterloo to host ‘Big Data’ event in Kitchener
Dr. Ann Cavoukian to headline “Big Data Insights: How Big Data & Social Media Can Improve Communications” on February 26, 2015 at Bingemans in Kitchener. For more information on the upcoming event, read the Press Release – Big Data.
IABC Honours 2014 Master Communicators
The International Association of Business Communicators in Canada (IABC Canada) has announced that three of its accredited members – Lana Collins, ABC, Gary Schlee, ABC, and Ryan Williams, ABC – have been named Master Communicators for 2014. The Master Communicator designation is IABC Canada’s highest honour, and recognizes significant achievement in the communications field. More information about the master communicators can be found in the MC News Release 2014.
Congratulations to IABC Canada’s Silver Leaf Award Winners!
The winners of IABC Canada’s prestigious Silver Leaf Awards have been announced by the Canadian Western and Eastern Regions of the International Association of Business Communicators. More than 140 entries were received from across Canada in a variety of categories including brand communications, internal communications, writing, and issues management. Forty entries will be honoured with a Silver Leaf. Twenty will receive the Award of Excellence and twenty the Award of Merit. See the News Release and complete list of 2014 Silver Leaf Awards Winners. Canada’s national Silver Leaf Awards program is managed jointly by the Canada East and Canada West Regions of IABC. Canadian members represent approximately 32% of IABC’s global membership. Silver Leaf trophies are sponsored by the McMaster-Syracuse Master of Communications Management Program, an executive education degree offered by McMaster University and Syracuse University (mcm.mcmaster.ca). The Silver Leaf Award program is sponsored by CNW.
IABC/Canada Announces 2014-2015 Regional Boards
August 6, 2014- IABC/Canada is pleased to announce the 2014-2015 Canada East and Canada West regional boards. Press Release August 2014 New Board Members
February 4, 2015- IABC Canada Honours 2014 Master Communicators Read the News Release here: MC News Release 2014. November 10, 2014 - IABC Canada is please to announce the 2014 Silver Leaf Awards winners. Read the news release here. August 6, 2014- IABC/Canada is pleased to announce the 2014-2015 Canada East and Canada West regional boards. Press Release August 2014 New Board Members. February 10, 2014 – IABC/Ottawa received international recognition by winning the prestigious IABC Large Chapter of Year and International Chapter of the Year at the 2014 Chapter Management Awards (CMAs). The awards were presented this past weekend at the Leadership Institute conference in New Orleans. In total, IABC/Ottawa took home five awards of excellence. Other Canadian winners included IABC/Toronto (four awards of excellence), IABC/BC (three awards of excellence) IABC/Calgary, IABC/Montreal, IABC/Newfoundland and Labrador and IABC/Regina. October 17, 2013 – IABC Canada is pleased to announce three new Master Communicators! Read about the new MCs here.
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