Engaging Stakeholders for Effective Crisis Communications and Reputation Management

12th of May, 2011 Bookmark and Share
London, U.K. -- May 11, 2011 – AIMediaComms, the market leading provider of media and stakeholder interaction software, is hosting a free, half-day executive briefing on the topic of Engaging Stakeholders for Effective Crisis Communications, Issues and Reputation Management at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre.

In every day operations, but particularly when a crisis strikes, effective communication with stakeholders is vital in maintaining the reputation of a company and its value.

On Thursday June 9th, from 1 – 5 pm, five communications experts will discuss how effective stakeholder interactions can help an organisation enhance and protect its reputation.

Speakers include:

• How to Use Video Content/ YouTube to Stimulate Conversations Online
Adam Vincenzini, Lead Social Media Consultant, Paratus Communications

• Converging in Communications
Andrew Thomas, Publisher, Communicate Magazine

• Online Monitoring – How to Spot a Crisis before It Happens
Eb Adeyeri, Digital PR Director, Lewis PR

• The Importance of Third Party Advocacy in Crisis Management
Roberta Ramsden-Knowles, Consultant, Regester Larkin

• Local Issues under a National Spotlight
Stewart Argo, Media Relations Manager, The City of Edinburgh Council

To register or for more information, please contact AIMediaComms on 020 7690 8891 or at info@aimediacomms.com

About AIMediaComms

AIMediaComms is a rapidly growing company. With over 300 active accounts, it is Europe’s leading provider of stakeholder and media relations management software. With more client experience than anyone else in the market, we have a deep understanding of delivering successful implementations, helping our customers derive maximum value from their investment.
Narin Sasipibool
Narin Sasipibool Marketing Communications Manager