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Improving the way we communicate

Here at IABC Victoria we pride ourselves on providing our members with exclusive knowledge, content and resources in a contemporary and easy-to-consume way.

Which is why we’ve decided to transition from a newsletter, sent via email once a month, to regular online blog posts published on our website, that you can search and comment on, and promote them via Twitter and LinkedIn. We’ll still send you the occasional email about special events and networking opportunities but we recognise the need to communicate with you where you spend most of your time – social media.

With social media, our communication flows both ways and creates the kind of connection IABC is known for. Yes, we still publish information, but now members and friends of IABC Victoria respond, leaving us comments, sharing with their friends, and linking to us from their own social accounts, blogs and websites.

So, if you haven’t already, follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn to make sure you don’t miss out on important IABC Victoria news and updates.

Want to share your communication wisdom with IABC Victoria members and followers?

At IABC Victoria we’re always on the hunt for content, so if you have something insightful you’d like to share with our members and followers, submit your article or blog post, along with a brief bio and photo, to our Brand and Communications Co-Chair, Sia Papageorgiou, and we’ll get back to you. Please note we can’t make publishing guarantees.

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