IABC 2017- GLOBAL BUSINESS: Lead Communication—Make Real Impact

It’s finally here!

If you’re in Washington, D.C. for the 2017 IABC World Conference, we would love to meet you at booth 205, where we’ll be camped out for the duration of the conference.

We are thrilled be members of this important organization, serving communication practitioners and advancing the important role they serve in global business operations. And we couldn’t be more philosophically aligned with this year’s theme, GLOBAL BUSINESS: Lead Communication—Make Real Impact, designed to “highlight the global rise of communication as a business-crucial part of the organization.”

The Dynamic Signal team has been dedicated to empowering mobile-first, company communication that ensures employees are informed, connected, and engaged. Counting nearly 20 percent of the Fortune 500 as customers, we’ve seen the real business impact that comes from modernizing communications to better reflect the ways we communicate in our everyday lives.

I couldn’t be more thrilled to host our incredible customer, Intel Corporation’s Sabrina Stoffregen for a Fireside Chat on the morning of Wednesday, June 14, from 10:15–11:15 in the Jefferson West Ballroom, Concourse Level. Even if you’ve had the privilege of hearing from Sabrina in the past, you won’t want to miss this in-depth conversation as we dig into The Complex Frontier of Workforce Communications in a Mobile-First World.

In additional to sharing her lessons-learned, and best practices from her more than 20 years as a leader in the field, Sabrina will discuss the way technology has changed how we communicate and the challenges faced by professional communicators today.

If you can’t make it to IABC’s #IABC17, we’d still love to connect. Follow along on Twitter and stay tuned for a recap of my conversation with Sabrina!

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G.I. Sanders

G.I. Sanders is Senior Director, Creative Services at Dynamic Signal. He specializes in entrepreneurship, digital and social media, design, and marketing. G.I. is based in Dallas, TX with his wife and two sons. Passions include technology, startups, music, fitness and sports.