Cision launches unmissable comms event - CommsCon

One day to go until CommsCon

The time has come. A night of fireworks will be followed by a day of revolution at CommsCon tomorrow.

Hundreds of comms revolutionists will march on Hawker House to hear how the earned media landscape is changing, the opportunities this evolving landscape presents and ideas they can implement in their 2019 comms strategies.

As well as hearing from Sir Craig Oliver, David Cameron’s former director of politics and communications, delegates will discover what journalists want from comms professionals, how the integration of marketing disciplines affects the way they tell stories and a whole lot more.

For all those confirmed to attend, your name badge is ready for you to collect from our registration marquee from 9am. Once you arrive at the venue, just take your place in the queue on the left hand side.

The easiest way to reach Hawker House is to travel to Canada Water station (Jubilee, Overground) and take the business park exit. If you lose your bearings, don’t worry, we’ll have helpful signs and team members along the route to show you the way. You can also travel to Surrey Quays, while there are a number of buses which serve the area.

And remember, the first 50 registered delegates to collect their name badges from our registration team will receive a free goody bag!

We’re looking forward to seeing all of our comms revolutionists tomorrow for a day of discussion, insight and debate!

You can find the full day’s agenda for CommsCon here

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