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A broad foundation of communications experts

IABC of Central Oklahoma

The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is a non-profit, professional development organization. In Central Oklahoma, our members represent a broad foundation of communications experts ranging from seasoned professionals to those just beginning in the communications world.

Our members are employed with major corporations, public relations and advertising agencies, non-profit organizations and educational institutions. They are the decision makers, and seek local sources for industry services including printing, photography, video, design, web, news distribution, event planning and advertising.

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December 2019 Luncheon

Thursday, December 5, 2019

As professional communicators in a digital world, it's our job to build relationships and showcase our value, even with people who've never had direct personal interaction with our brand. A digital crisis could be many things—something you posted online, something another person posted about your business online, or an attack on your website. Regardless of the source, a digital crisis can disrupt your organization, damage trust, and tarnish the relationships you've worked so hard to build.

Alyssa Murphy, owner and founder of Siren Media, will talk about the different types of digital crises and how your company can be prepared to respond and recover.

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IABC Central Oklahoma offers great programs, professional development and networking to local communicators, but we can’t do it without local businesses partnering with us to help make it all happen. We'd love to partner with you!

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