Communication Consulting in Corporate and Agency Environments is Focus of IABC/Cleveland April 19 Luncheon Program

Apr 02, 2001, 01:00 ET from International Association of Business Communicators - Cleveland

    CLEVELAND, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cleveland chapter of the
 International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) invites the
 community to its monthly luncheon program to be held Thursday, April 19, 2001,
 at the Watermark Restaurant, 1250 Old River Road in the Flats.  A four-member
 panel of local corporate and agency communication consultants will discuss the
 differences between the two consulting environments and pros and cons of each.
     Panelists will be Barbara Brown and Margaret Flynn, both of BrownFlynn
 Communications; Alisa Feingold, Progressive; and David Reavis, KeyBank.  They
 will offer their perspectives on the experiences and personalities best suited
 for each environment, how to transition from one setting to the other,
 services offered by both corporate and agency environments, how to market
 consulting services, and methods of compensation.
     The luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m. for registration and will end promptly
 at 1:30 p.m.  Cost of the luncheon is $22 for members and $27 for non-members;
 student cost is $16.  New whole-table rate: reserve a table for 8 and get the
 member rate for the entire table (total $176) versus $211 (1 member + 7 non-
 members).  VISA and MasterCard necessary to hold reservations; payment can be
 made by cash or check at the door.  Make reservations on the IABC chapter web
 site at www.iabccleveland.com ; call Pam Tallant at 216-226-7013; or e-mail
 iabc49@cs.com.  No-shows will be billed. Free parking (with validation) in lot
 adjacent to the Watermark Restaurant.
     IABC is one of the largest communicators' organizations in the world, with
 more than 13,700 members in 58 countries. Members are writers, editors, public
 relations practitioners, professors, consultants and marketing specialists.
 The Cleveland Chapter of IABC serves communicators throughout Northeast Ohio.
 
 

SOURCE International Association of Business Communicators - Cleveland
    CLEVELAND, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cleveland chapter of the
 International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) invites the
 community to its monthly luncheon program to be held Thursday, April 19, 2001,
 at the Watermark Restaurant, 1250 Old River Road in the Flats.  A four-member
 panel of local corporate and agency communication consultants will discuss the
 differences between the two consulting environments and pros and cons of each.
     Panelists will be Barbara Brown and Margaret Flynn, both of BrownFlynn
 Communications; Alisa Feingold, Progressive; and David Reavis, KeyBank.  They
 will offer their perspectives on the experiences and personalities best suited
 for each environment, how to transition from one setting to the other,
 services offered by both corporate and agency environments, how to market
 consulting services, and methods of compensation.
     The luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m. for registration and will end promptly
 at 1:30 p.m.  Cost of the luncheon is $22 for members and $27 for non-members;
 student cost is $16.  New whole-table rate: reserve a table for 8 and get the
 member rate for the entire table (total $176) versus $211 (1 member + 7 non-
 members).  VISA and MasterCard necessary to hold reservations; payment can be
 made by cash or check at the door.  Make reservations on the IABC chapter web
 site at www.iabccleveland.com ; call Pam Tallant at 216-226-7013; or e-mail
 iabc49@cs.com.  No-shows will be billed. Free parking (with validation) in lot
 adjacent to the Watermark Restaurant.
     IABC is one of the largest communicators' organizations in the world, with
 more than 13,700 members in 58 countries. Members are writers, editors, public
 relations practitioners, professors, consultants and marketing specialists.
 The Cleveland Chapter of IABC serves communicators throughout Northeast Ohio.
 
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