News By Tag
News By Place
Come join us in giving … the gift of communications
As our organization's way of saying "we care," the IABC East Texas Chapter is hosting a lunch-and-learn next month to provide free communications expertise to local nonprofits.
"It is our way of saying, 'we care,'" says Chapter President, Tracy Torma. "We recognize that many nonprofit social service organizations have limited finances and personnel to handle social media, website updates, media relations, event planning, donor communications and print materials development. We want to share our expertise with nonprofits to help them succeed."
The IABC members will host representatives from the American Cancer Society and Black Beauty Ranch who will be offered the opportunity to share their public relations, marketing and internal communications challenges with members and guests of IABC. The IABC professionals will then offer strategies and ideas to resolve their challenges.
IABC members offer a wealth of expertise in communications for investors, employees, customers/clients and media. A number of local members have four and five decades of experience in communications … and many awards that underscore their capabilities.
Members and non-members are welcome to attend.
WHAT: Bi-monthly Lunch and Learn
HOSTED BY: IABC East Texas Chapter
WHEN: November 14, 2018
WHERE: The Potpourri House, 3320 Troup Hwy #300, Tyler, TX
TIME: 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (informal discussions to continue after lunch)
COST: $20 (members); $25 (non-members);
To sign up for the luncheon, please visit EventBrite.com (https://www.eventbrite.com/
Listen to the challenges nonprofits face in communicating with their many audiences. Then see how solutions, provided by IABC professionals, not only help nonprofits, but may also help you!
The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is a network of some 15,000 business communicators in over 80 countries. The IABC East Texas Chapter offers tools, resources and networking for corporate and freelance communicators at all stages of their careers. The chapter holds regular networking/mixer events, workshops and after-hours programs, providing unparalleled opportunities for career development through educational offerings and professional connections.
Reporters/Editors Note: You are welcome to attend this event and we will be happy to provide lunch for you.
Tracy Torma, IABC East Texas Chapter President
and owner of Torma Communications