European Communication Summit
We live in an era of profound mistrust. Corporate misbehaviour and scandals affecting even the most august of institutions have eroded public faith in the leadership of large parts of civil society.
Today, corporate communications is a multidirectional conversation across a huge variety of channels and an even larger set of engaged stakeholders.
Artificial intelligence will transform every aspect of our civilization.
At the 2016 European Communication Summit, a special panel discussed lessons learned – or not, as the case may be – from the Brexit vote. The following are edited highlights from the wide-ranging, sometimes heated, discussion.
The European Communication Summit (ECS) celebrated its 10th birthday this month in Brussels. Almost 600 communicators gathered at Square to engage in and enjoy the events offered in the programme across Thursday 7 and Friday 8 July.
Throughout her career, Gabriele Zedlmayer has been a passionate advocate for corporate citizenship and sustainability, most recently as vice president and chief progress officer, corporate affairs at Hewlett Packard Enterprises.
From its base in The Hague, the International Criminal Court often has to communicate with communities in remote, hard-to-reach places far from mainstream communication networks and with little connectivity.