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Fourth Annual Communications Week® Uncovers “Truth in Communications”

Fourth Annual Communications Week® Uncovers “Truth in Communications”


Fourth Annual Communications Week® Uncovers “Truth in Communications”

PR and Media Executives Tackle Key Industry Issues at Preeminent Industry Event

Communications Week® is set to kick off its fourth annual week-long, cross-industry celebration of the public relations, communications and media industries. Events will reach over 2,000 PR and marketing professionals in New York City and online from October 16-20, 2017.

This year’s conference theme, “Truth in Communications,” directly recognizes the challenges that PR, marketing and media professionals have faced in “the year of fake news.” Attendees will hear from agency executives, journalists, influencers and other experts about common issues, offering various perspectives and solutions. Through Communications Week, all in-person and online attendees have access to educational content that will help drive awareness of industry best practices.

Each year, Communications Week partners with leading organizations to bring attendees a full week of events. Two of this year’s highlighted events are:

For a full list of events and activities, visit the schedule page.

“Transparency is the core of an effective communications strategy. Without trust, brands can’t retain loyal consumers, agencies can lose valuable clients and media companies can create a disconnect with devoted readers,” said Tiffany Guarnaccia, founder of Communications Week and CEO and founder of Kite Hill PR. “Our goal is to produce insightful panels and fireside chats that tackle the largest issues impacting the industry.”

Communications Week 2017’s organization partners include The Content Council, PR Council, PRSA-NY Chapter, PRSA Tri-State District and NYWICI. Event sponsors include Business Wire and Qutee alongside agency partners Affect PR and Code Morris. AlleyWatch, CommPRO.Biz, Digiday, Mediabistro, O’Dwyers, PRNews and PR Week are media sponsors among a growing list of industry supporters.

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