Conference alert: Corporate writing and editing tips from the experts
Do you wish you could spice up those dry, corporate newsletters? Do you want to be a better storyteller? We have the experts who can show you how.
It's time to breathe life into your copy.
Get expert tips and guidance for freshening up your writing at "The Corporate Writers and Editors Conference."
Join us on Tuesday, June 5, at the Con Edison headquarters in New York City to hear from the highest-rated speakers in corporate communications.
Learn more about the conference.
At the conference, you'll learn how to:
Make dry, corporate topics sound interesting.
Stay ahead of the news in your company.
Connect employees to the company's mission.
Create headlines that grab attention.
And much more.
Here's a look at the agenda:
Justina Chen, formerly of Microsoft, will describe how you can create a loyal and passionate community through storytelling.
Steve Crescenzo, of Crescenzo Communications, will explain why writers need to think of themselves as translators to reach and engage their audiences.
James Ylisela Jr., of Duff Media Partners Inc., will show you how to become the best reporter in your organization.
Mark Ragan, CEO of Ragan Communications, will explain how to write and edit a great employee publication.
Plus, you'll have the opportunity to ask any pressing questions you have during the "Ask the Experts" panel.
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