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2018 theme: workforce of the future

Coming this October, Communications Week 2018 will cover key trends shaping both the workplace and workforce of the future.

From the importance of creating a more diverse workforce and shaping future female leaders, to understanding how today’s workplace needs to change to attract Gen Z talent, we’ll look at how the very definition of work is changing. PR, marketing, media and HR professionals will gather to discuss and provide solutions during our fifth annual conference. The week will also include a look at new tech platforms and tools that can empower the workforce while addressing how we can streamline HR and internal communications.

what people are saying

It’s time to surface what is really driving change for the communications industry and talk about some of the most innovative approaches to PR and communications.
— Tiffany Guarnaccia, Founder Communications Week & CEO of Kite Hill Public Relations
There is a co-dependency between public relations and journalism, and we often focus on the tensions rather than the collaboration between the two professions. This is an opportunity to engage in valuable discourse about the future of PR and media, learn from our colleagues and raise the bar for both industries.
— Sandra Fathi, president of Affect
“PRSA-NY is an organization that leads the industry conversation. Being a part of the inaugural Communications Week allowed us to reach and engage a broader set of communications and media professionals in the New York City area. It was a valuable platform for our organization.”
— Henry Feintuch, President, FEINTUCH COMMUNICATIONS Past President, PRSA-NY & Vice Chairman, PR World Alliance