Win a free ticket to the CEB IC Summit

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Win a free ticket to the CEB IC Summit

From 1-3 November 2016, CEB will be hosting the Internal Communications Summit & Awards.

Across the three days, more than 250 communications professionals will come together to network, learn from peers and get inspiration from the very best examples of internal communication in action.

ceb-ic-summitFormerly known as the Melcrum Summit and now in its 15th year, the CEB IC Summit will feature a range of speakers, from companies in including Rolls-Royce, Aviva, EY, ING and many more.

There will also be a panel discussion on internal communications in the context of Brexit , and CEB will be sharing highlights of their latest research.

I’m excited to announce I’m running a competition to give away one free ticket to attend the Summit on 2 and 3 November 2016.

The Summit is taking place at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London.

To be entered into the prize draw, all you need to do is retweet the message I’ve just Tweeted about the event from @AllthingsIC, which includes the hashtag #CEBICSummit – see below:

The winner will be chosen at random by CEB and announced by them on Thursday, 6 October at 5pm.

Keep an eye on the hashtag #CEBICSummit or follow the @CEB_Comms to keep updated about the Summit.

Good luck!

Note: The free ticket includes entry for one person to the two main conference days of the Summit, on Wednesday 2 and Thursday 3 November 2016. Travel and accommodation is not included.  Should you win, CEB will contact you directly to arrange your free ticket. 

Post author: Rachel Miller.

First published on the All Things IC blog 2 October 2016.

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