Posted by News Express | 2 October 2014 | 2,837 times
With the campaign theme, “Wake Up to IABC!” the International Association of Business Communicators has announced October 2014 as its international membership month with enticing offers for fresh and lapsed members.
New members are to enjoy a waiver of the $40 registration fee and only pay their annual dues for a year. So would lapsed members. For Nigerian chapter, that translates to a fee of only $221 (as against $261).
IABC Nigeria in a statement signed by Director of Communications Samuel Iboroma
also revealed that one lucky winner will get the opportunity to select from two prizes: A $500 Starbucks card (for countries/cities where this is applicable), or a Gaggia espresso machine.
President of the Nigerian chapter of IABC, Mr. Chido Nwakanma, while making the announcement disclosed that the Nigerian chapter of the association had recently undergone some major restructuring as part of a strategic approach to reposition itself as a resourceful support system for communication professionals in the country. He stated that IABC Nigeria had lined up a number of networking, professional development and mentoring programmes to enhance the value of membership as well as contribute to discourse on business communication in Nigeria.
Mr Nwakanma stated: “Exciting times are ahead for IABC Nigeria with the verve and commitment of the new leadership team. We will activate our programmes in networking, professional education and continuing professional development as well as mentoring to ensure that members take advantage of their membership to contribute at the leading edge in the fast changing communication landscape. A huge body of knowledge and literature is available within IABC that would help members gain the insights to perform better at what they do, whatever their current levels.”
The IABC Nigeria President noted that it was fortuitous that IABC would declare Membership Month in Nigeria’s Independence Month and called on professionals in all fields of business communication, from public relations through advertising to editing, human resource management to photography and teaching, to take advantage of the offer.
Leading extractive industry player ExxonMobil has signed on to sponsor the CEO Breakfast Forum at the end of October 2014.
•Photo shows IABC Nigeria President Chido Nwakanma.
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