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Associations Forum’s 3rd annual Association Communications Summit will be held at Hyatt Place, Essendon Fields, Victoria on 22 April 2020.
This comprehensive one-day event will inform delegates of the current issues and trends emerging from the production by associations of communications across multiple platforms. The Summit will feature speakers and workshops focusing on the different aspects of communications and marketing.
Head of Marketing, Media, Communications & Publications, Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce
The intricacies of social media
When considering your organisation’s communications and content management, there should be strategic reasons for your mode of delivery. In this presentation, Wendy Rapee will share Primary English Teaching Association Australia’s strategies for remaining committed to print...
Levi Karschimkus, Social Media Administration, Australasian College of Paramedicine
Managing internal and external relationships to maximise communications effectiveness
Communicating effectively with your various audiences can be challenging enough, but once you add managing up, down and across your association in a bid to get things done, the job can seem insurmountable.
Learn from the many mistakes of someone who subscribes to Sartre's mantra that 'Hell is other people'.
David Dowsey, Head of Marketing, Media, Communications & Publications, Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce
Communications strategy and knowing when to change
There are a plethora of communication methods that associations can use to ensure connectivity between the association and its members. In this session, Jill Ludwell, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Institute of Conveyancers (VIC Division) will discuss the importance of having a clear strategy for an association's communications and understand when they are no longer relevant or connecting with the membership base.
However, there is a need to understand the differences in communication methods and what works with members.
Jillean Ludwell, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Institute of Conveyancers (VIC Division)