High profile public and private sector communications professionals will deliver public seminars at the University of Liverpool’s London campus, as part of the MSc Strategic Communication programme.
With diverse specialisms, each of the speakers will give an insight into the practice of strategic communication.
The programme opens on Thursday November 16 with Executive Director of UK Government Communications Alex Aiken, who will look back on lessons learnt from 100 years of Government communication and consider the Future of Public Service Communication.
Ben Verinder, Managing Director of Chalkstream will then speak on Wednesday 29 November on the topic crisis communication.
Ben is followed a week later on December 6 by Vincenzo Leporiere from Hays plc on building trust through Investor Relations Communication.
Faeth Birth from Finsbury will finish the mini-series on 14 December, discussing Strategic Communications in Mergers and Acquisitions.
All of the above events are free and open to all University of Liverpool staff and students as well as members of the public.
To book your ticket for on November 16 (5.30pm), please visit https://strategiccommunicationleaders-aiken.eventbrite.com
To book your ticket for Ben Verinder on November 29 (4pm), please visit https://strategiccommunicationleaders-verinder.eventbrite.com
To book your ticket for Vincenzo Leporiere on December 6 (5pm), please visit https://strategiccommunicationleaders-leporiere.eventbrite.com
To book your ticket for Faeth Birch on December 14 (2pm), please visit https://strategiccommunicationleaders-birch.eventbrite.com
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