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What’s on this week

All Things ICWelcome to the 20th edition of What’s on this week, your Sunday look at what’s on for professional communicators.

This week I have news of how All Things IC blog readers can benefit from discounted prices for four upcoming events between now and the end of the year, plus what’s happening over the next 10 days.

I know how far comms budgets need to stretch, so hopefully these deals will enable you and your team/s to take advantage of some of the events on offer.

If you want to look further ahead, see my comms calendar. Got something to add to the list? Do please get in touch with your suggestions.

What’s on from 20 September to 2 October 2015:

Save money on upcoming comms events:

PRCA national conference, 25 September

PRCAFirst up is the national conference from the Public Relations Consultants’ Association (PRCA), which I’m a member of. They’re holding their national conference this Friday, 25 September 2015, at BAFTA in London.

If you’re unable to attend, you can follow the conversations on Twitter @PRCA_UK.

Five readers can attend the Public Relations Consultants Association (PRCA) national conference for £250+ VAT.

This is the member price (you don’t have to be a PRCA member to go) and saves you £50.

How to save money:

Email Matt.Cartmell@prca.org.uk. The first five readers to get in touch with Matt will be able to book at this price.

CIPR Inside annual IC conference

impactOn Tuesday 13 October 2015, the internal comms sectoral group of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, CIPR Inside, @CIPRInside, is holding its annual IC conference.

I’m looking forward to speaking at the event, which has the theme Making an Impact. The venue is 8 Northumberland Avenue, London.

Thank you to CIPR Inside for offering All Things IC readers 20 per cent off the ticket price. I asked if it would be possible because this conference is one of the highlights of the various events I attend each year. I wanted to encourage as many comms pros as possible to come along, and am delighted to be able to offer you 20 per cent off.

Here’s the small print… The discount is valid on all the generic tickets. So this means anyone who is not a CIPR member, a member of another association like IoIC or a student, will benefit from it. CIPR members still get the best price, as recognition for their membership commitment, but if you’re not a member, you still get to save too. I hope this helps encourage people who haven’t attended before to check it out for yourself.

How to save money:

The code you need to save 20 per cent off is: allthingsIC15.

Book your tickets here.

Employer Brand Conference, 9 December

EBMYou can get a 10 per cent discount on Employer Brand Management Conference on 9 December 2015.

It’s being hosted by Transform Magazine at etc venues in Aldersgate Street, London. The event will be exploring how to attract and retain the best talent, plus current communications opportunities and challenges.

Topics on the programme include:

  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Creating a multinational employer brand
  • Engaging with a remote workforce
  • Metrics and measuring your success
  • Case studies

Watch this short film from the event last year to find out what to expect.

How to save money:

The discount code you need to save 10 per cent: COMM10EBM.

Full information and to book your ticket.

Thefuturestory from Theblueballroom, 8 October

TFSMy blog readers can save 50 per cent off the price of tickets using the code: AllthingsICguest.

Thefuturestory from Theblueballroom will be looking at the 100-year career and I’m planning to attend.

It is taking place at RADA Studios, 16 Chenies Street, London, WC1E 7EX on Thursday, 8 October 2015 from 1.30pm – 6pm.

What’s it about?

Thefuturestory ‘100-Year career’ event will dive into latest inter-generational concepts and how to achieve a different type of work-life balance.

The event will include inspirational and motivational speakers with a practical break-out session to apply their thinking to your professional and personal lives.

How to save money:

The code you need to save 50 per cent off tickets: AllthingsICguest.

Full information and to book your ticket.

Further reading: See my report from past #thefuturestory conferences by Theblueballroom.

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I hope you have a good week.

Thank you for stopping by,

Rachel

Post author: Rachel Miller

First published on All Things IC blog 20 September 2015.

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