NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The second annual Communications Week ® is a collaborative celebration of the public relations, communications and media industries that will be held the week of October 19th, 2015 at various locations in New York City and online. The year’s theme of “Innovation in Communications” will feature programming and content that highlights whom and what are driving change, invention and originality and in the PR, media and marketing industries.
The week begins on Tuesday, October 20th with a keynote from Business Wire CEO Cathy Baron Tamraz, who will provide an exclusive first look at the company’s 2015 Media Survey. Her session will be followed by a panel examining what’s driving innovation in communications as well as an afternoon fireside chat with Mark Josephson, CEO of Bitly.
The week will include organization partner events as well as a discussion on global communications trends with TechDay. Session discussions will cover content marketing, social media, virtual reality and more. View the current calendar of events here.
“We’re excited to offer a unique platform for PR professionals, companies and organizations to connect and be inspired,” said Tiffany Guarnaccia, Founder of Communications Week and CEO of Kite Hill PR. “This year’s theme focuses on how professionals in the PR and media industries can be truly innovative, both on their own and as part of their company as a whole. Communications Week 2015 will focus on how to make innovation less of a buzzword and more of a practice. The keynotes, panels, events and meetups will dive into the most critical aspects of innovation: discovery and application.”
“We’re excited to drive the PR industry forward and highlight the biggest challenges and opportunities that we face now and in the future,” said Scott Fedonchik, Vice President of Marketing at Business Wire, the title sponsor of Communications Week 2015.
Founded in 2014, Communications Week focuses on celebrating relevant accomplishments, sharing ideas and discussing the challenges facing industry professionals. Organization partners for Communications Week 2015 include the Public Relations Society of America’s New York Chapter (PRSA-NY), New York Women in Communications (NYWICI) and the PR Council. Business Wire is powering the week as the title sponsor, while Adweek, Mediabistro and AlleyWatch are media sponsors.
To learn more about the week, please visit our new website www.CommsWeek.com and follow @CommsWeekNY on Twitter.
About Communications Week:
Communications Week ® is a cross-industry celebration of the public relations communications and media industries. The week consists of inspirational, informational and social events held at various locations around New York City and online. With a growing number of organization, agency and individual supporters, Communications Week is a collaboration of many instead of the ideas of a few. Communications Week was founded by Tiffany Guarnaccia, CEO of Kite Hill PR. The Kite Hill PR team spearheaded the inaugural week, which was supported by founding organization partners, PRSA-NY, PRSA Tri-State District, the Council of Public Relations Firms and NYWICI as well as agency partners Affect, Kellen Communications, Workman PR, Feintuch Communications, LKPR Inc., and Nova Communications. Business Wire is a founding supporter of the inaugural event and AlleyWatch is a supporting media partner.
For more information, visit our new site www.CommsWeek.com and follow @CommsWeekNY on Twitter.