IABC/St. Louis Partners with CSPRC and PRSA to Present Panel Discussion on New Media Trends

IABC/St. Louis Partners with CSPRC and PRSA to Present Panel Discussion on New Media Trends


Communications and Web 2.0: 2008 Trends and Forecasts

The St. Louis chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators' (IABC) will partner with the Community Service Public Relations Council (CSPRC) and the St. Louis chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) for their annual joint meeting in January. This year's luncheon will feature a panel discussion about the changes and trends underway in the communications industry in the wake of Web 2.0. Panelists will also address how social networking, wikis and "folksonomy" impact organizations and how communicators can not only survive, but thrive in the new media landscape.


Panelists include:

  •  Kate Kromann, eCommunications Director for the United Way of Greater St. Louis
  • Brian Powell, Founder and CEO of Widget Realm
  • Jay Byrne, President of v-Fluence Interactive Public Relations


11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Thursday, January 17, 2008              


Crowne Plaza Clayton, 7750 Carondelet Avenue, Clayton (63105) 


$25 for IABC members; $35 for non-members; and $20 for students.              

For more information or to register, visit http://www.iabcstl.org/.

About the International Association of Business Communicators

IABC is a not-for-profit international network of professionals who are committed to improving the effectiveness of organizations through strategic, interactive and integrated business communication management. The St. Louis Chapter works to advance the communications profession and issues within the business community by providing opportunities for professional growth, leadership development and networking of business communicators and service providers. With a network of more than 150 members, our diverse membership ranges from students, to independent consultants, nonprofit communicators, and communicators in the fields of employee communication, marketing communication, public relations and public affairs. For more information, visit http://www.iabcstl.org/.