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ProCom June Conference in Helsinki: To Examine CSR Communications Progress

May 9, 2011

 

Global Alliance member association ProCom, The Finnish Association of Communications Professionals, will mark PROCOM DAY, June11th, with a special one-day conference presenting the latest thinking - and experience - on communication and management of corporate social responsibility/sustainability programs.

 

Two GA Board members, John Paluszek and Dorothee Hutter, are among the international and Finnish experts who will present the case for CSR as an evolving business model.

Read the English version of the Program and the Brochure of the Conference

 

For additional information please visit http://www.procom.fi/en/

 

About PROCOM

ProCom - the Finnish Association of Communications Professionals - is an organisation for professional corporate and institutional communicators. It's purpose is to foster the professional development of its members and promote the status of communication in Finland. The Association has some 1800 members comprising information officers, communications managers, directors, entrepreneurs and consultants.

The abbreviation ProCom comes from the words "Professional Communicators", which refers to the membership, as well as from the concept Pro Communication, which underlines the Association's goal.

ProCom operates at the national level and co-operates with local communication organisations throughout Finland.