Plan Ahead: MARCOM 2016 – June 13-15 – Shaw Centre, Ottawa
As the rapid speed of change continues in the world of marketing and communications, it is increasingly obvious that the digital reality requires a new approach and perspective in relation to all we do.
At MARCOM we understand your daily reality and invite you to come together with other public sector, non-profit and association colleagues to get acquainted with the latest directions, tools, technologies and strategies to develop and prepare yourself for the broad role of today’s and tomorrow’s marketing and communications professional.
June 1, 2015
The MARCOM community includes representatives from the public and not-for-profit sectors in marketing and communications. And, as the requirement becomes…Read more
May 13, 2015
Adobe invites you to show us your stuff! Join us as we celebrate creativity in the public sector by way…Read more
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CEO and Founder, Collateral Damage ProjectScott Chisholm is a career firefighter, a photographer, a storyteller and the CEO and founder of the Collateral Damage project. The Collateral Damage project is a series of compelling portraits that will be part of a book and gallery exhibition of those who have lost loved ones and friends to suicide; Scott lost his own father to suicide at the age of seventeen. He is a passionate and …Read more
Ryan Kennery, Director, Communications and OperationsOffice of Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson
Marc Valois, Senior Consultant and FacilitatorIntersol Group Ltd.
Mike Kujawski, Managing PartnerCentre of Excellence for Public Sector Marketing
Joshua Gilmore, AssociateCentre of Excellence for Public Sector Marketing
Corien Kershey, Founder and PartnerBrand Clarity
Sandra Markus, PartnerBrand Clarity
Stephen Faul, Vice President, Strategic Communications and Business DevelopmentImagine Canada
Bernie Colterman, Managing PartnerCentre of Excellence for Public Sector Marketing
Shelley Middlebrook, PresidentFifth Story
Stephen Buell, Technical Advisor - AccessibilityEmployment and Social Development Canada