WCF Convenes The World’s Influential Communicators In Davos
The most influential communicators in the world, pooled from over 55 countries will convene in Davos, Switzerland to hold a forum on the important trends in global communications.
The World Communication Forum will hold in Davos between March 8-9 2016 and Communication professionals, CEOs, representatives of ministries, global media practitioners as some of the world’s most influential PR and marketing communications personalities will be in attendance.
On March 8 and 9, parallel with the main forum, a session will be held for the first time, focused on global education in communications.
Some of the key areas on which the WCF Davos is focusing on are; Country Branding, Communications in the Arab world, Communicating Inter-Governmental Brands, Education in Communications, Global Tourism industry in the age of Communications. From digital evolution to robot revolution – humanity, communications, ethics, Quantity or Quality- What is your social media top priority? Revolutionizing Communications and How to be prepared for the future.
Some of the influential speakers at the WCF include Mustapha Khalfi, Minister of Communications and Spokesperson of the Government of Morocco, Scott Fahlman, Research Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, also known as “Father” of the smiley emoticon, TanujaKehar, Vice President Corporate Communications at Unitech in India, SollyMoeng, Managing Director of Don Valley in Soth Africa, Kate Thompson-Duwe, Managing Director of Amplicon Group in South Africa, Sean Gardner, co-Founder of the pioneering Huffington Post “Twitter Powerhouses Series”, Don Anderson, Chairman and co-Founder of the Asia Content Marketing Association and Regional Managing Director of We Are Social in Singapore, SaurabhUboweja, Founder, CEO & Director Brand Strategy at Brands of Desire.