2011 APCE & Global Alliance International Forum
The Portuguese Association of Corporate Communications (APCE) and the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management are pleased to invite you to the International Forum that will take place in Lisbon on May 24th.
We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to join us for a professional development experience that will give you a leading edge on one of today's hottest issues in public relations - Communication in Times of Crisis & Change: how can Public Relations and Communication managers shape strategy, build trust and contribute to a global economy recovery?
The one-day conference will feature 20 international public relations and communication leaders that will focus on four global themes:
- The business leaders' view
- Public relations ethics
- Meeting new public expectations
- Developing PR & communication skills for the future
Furthermore, you will experience valuable networking opportunities amid the spectacular beauty of Lisbon and its rich cultural heritage.
Lusitania Auditorium, Lisbon, Portugal
Rua de S. Domingos à Lapa, 35 - 1249-130 Lisboa
Special discount for Global Alliance Members
Global Alliance Members will receive a special rate of EUR 100 for the Conference. Other guests are welcome to attend (EUR 200). To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Portuguese Association for Corporate Communication (APCE) is an autonomous non-profit driven entity, independent and active for 21 years. It represents and defends, in Portugal and abroad, the interests of its associates, mainly Corporate Comm and PR officers and managers. It is a discussion and reflection forum, open to all those involved in Comm Sciences, whether in Corporate or Academic domains. APCE envisions itself as Portugal's reference association in the Corporate Comm and PR areas, striving for their promotion. Its associates are corporate communicators, teachers and researchers that, through APCE, discuss ideas and gather technical information and theoretical support, essential to address the new challenges facing the job.