Corporate Communications & Crisis Communications Austria
Exchange of experience for communication directors and communication managers.
The group covers all aspects of corporate communications and crisis communications. The focus is on topics of internal and external communication. Digital is of course also a topic in this group, but communication topics outside the digital channels are also discussed.
The meetings are exclusively for communication managers of national and international companies and organisations. Agencies, providers and consultants are not allowed to participate. Only in this way can an open exchange of experience take place.
The challenges you face in your projects have certainly been experienced by others in a similar way. Sharing experiences helps to save costs.
Typical job roles of the participants
Head of Corporate Communications
Head of digital communication
Head of internal communication
Which topics are covered?
Exchange of experience on current projects
Strategy Corporate Communications
Coordination of external communication vs. internal communication vs. marketing
Experience of external partners
Design, structure and strategy of corporate websites
Content concept Corporate Website
Organizational Structure Corporate Communications
Automation in communication
Voice Search, Conversational User Interfaces
Digitisation of communication
Used tools and systems
Experience with distributors
The expert group meetings take place at one of the participating organisations. Advatera organizes and moderates the exchange and writes a summary.
Next community of practice meetings
Corporate Comms & Internal Comms Vienna
9 December 2020, 9.30 am
CROMA-PHARMA, Leobendorf, Austria
Advatera stands for the regular exchange of experiences between digital, communication and marketing managers. Challenges you have faced in digital, web or intranet projects have almost certainly been experienced by others. The sharing of experiences can help your organization reduce its costs and sharpen its focus on essential success factors.