Marketing & Communications Peer Networks
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A

  1. Asia-Pacific Communication and Marketing Council

    Asia

    This council draws on the expertise of its members, augmented by insights of respected leaders in the fields of public relations, public affairs, investor and legal communications, employee relations, community relations and communications technologies.

C

  1. China Communication and Marketing Council

    Asia

    Meets to discuss issues and exchange best practices such as branding, stakeholder relationships, public affairs, employee relations, community relations, interactive marketing and communication technologies issues with a strong focus on Greater China.

  2. China Human Resources Council

    Asia

    Meets to discuss issues and exchange best practices regarding recruiting, retaining, and motivating local staffs as member companies grow in the Greater China region.

  3. Corporate Communications Strategy Council

    United States

    Executives engage in strategic discussions on corporate reputation, employee communications, traditional and social media relations, crisis management, community relations and more. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking

  4. Corporate Communications Strategy Council II

    United States

    Executives engage in strategic discussions on corporate reputation, employee communications, traditional and social media relations, crisis management, community relations and more. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking

  5. Council for CMOs

    United States

    The CMO is arguably the least understood executive in the C-suite by both the outside world and internal audiences. We focus on marketing challenges in business transformation,including growth,reputation management,change management and talent engagement.

  6. Customer Experience Council II

    United States

    Many companies today have a CEO-driven mandate to significantly improve their Customer Experience. How can you find the most effective ways to achieve this challenging goal?

  7. Customer Experience Council

    United States

    Executives responsible for maximizing value for both the customer and the bottom line engage in candid and confidential discussions. Members value the opportunity to share best practices and develop innovative strategies in a confidential setting.

D

  1. Digital Strategy Council

    United States

    Allows senior executives to systematically analyze the profound impact of new information technologies on corporate strategy, marketing, and product development. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking opportunities.

G

  1. Government Relations Executives Council

    United States

    The Government Relations Executives Council helps senior executives achieve their primary goals by providing them with the tools and information needed to shape public policy. The council will not be a lobbying or advocacy entity.

I

  1. Internal Communications Council

    United States

    The Internal Communications Council will explore strategies to enable its members to be at the cutting edge of what works today, and what they need to prepare for, as they move forward.

  2. Internal Communications Council II

    United States

    The Internal Communications Council II will explore strategies to enable its members to be at the cutting edge of what works today, and what they need to prepare for, as they move forward.

M

  1. Market Insights Council

    United States

    The Council provides an opportunity for senior executives to meet for candid, off-the-record exchange of ideas and experiences. Members value the intimate forum, expert speakers, and ability to leverage the collective expertise year-round.

S

  1. Social Brands: Brand Engagement as a High Performance Engine for Growth

    How can companies fluidly manage their brands to join the social conversation and optimize promotional budgets and accelerate revenue?

  2. Social Media Council

    United States

    Social media is an ever-changing and critical component of communications and marketing strategy, so convening with peers is incredibly important. Members meet three times a year to discuss challenges they’re currently facing and best practices.