Aberje 1st Brazilian Corporate Communications Day Santiago

The Brazilian Association for Business Communication program takes the dissemination and the exchange of good practices of corporate communications in Brazil to Santiago, the second Latin American country to host the event.

 

In order to show the world the excellence strategies and practices of business communication developed in Brazil, Aberje - Brazilian Association for Business Communication hosts the 1st Brazilian Corporate Communications Day in Santiago, Chile. It is the fifth edition of the event, after two successful years in New York, London and Buenos Aires. In Santiago, Aberje´s partner at the event is the Colegio Profesional de Relacionadores Publicos de Chile.

 

The meeting will feature excellent strategies and practices of the corporate communications developed in Brazil, with expositors from Petrobras, Vale and Itaú Unibanco. It is a unique opportunity to meet the leading executives, representatives of organizations, institutions, press and academics in the Corporate Communication and Public Relations field.

 

The Brazilian Corporate Communication Day program was created and developed in 2010 by the CEO of Aberje, Educator and Professor of the School of Communication and Arts of the University of São Paulo (USP), Paulo Nassar, who defines the event as "an unprecedented meeting, in form and content, among the major economies of South America, sharing the best practices of communications and promoting exchanges between leading companies and their executives who create its Corporate Communications´ strategies."

 

Santiago's edition has as master sponsor Petrobras and as sponsors Vale and Itaú Unibanco. The event is also supported by Cámara Chileno-Brasileña de Comercio and the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management.

 

 

For more information about the event, program and registration, visit http://www.aberje.com.br/brday/santiago.

 

You can also contact Paula Contim (paula@aberje.com.br or +55 11 3662-3990) or Pedro Avila (colegioderrpp@chile.com or +56 9-230.49.49).