The Page Society holds an annual Spring Seminar that aims to provide Page Society members and communications leaders with the opportunity to engage on the issues that are most relevant to their professional roles. Like the Annual Conference, the Spring Seminar addresses topical and timely issues, but it also tends to focus on “how to” issues, such as how to engage with key constituencies or how to cultivate your company’s reputation. Sessions are structured to be interactive and engaging, and attendees are able to share their own views and hear from peers, CEOs and corporate leaders. Page Society members may invite prospective members and Page Up members are also invited to attend this event held in New York City each year.
The annual Spring Seminar Dinner, the Page Society’s largest event of the year, is held on the first night of the Spring Seminar. This dinner honors the winners of the student Case Study Competition in Corporate Communications and provides a unique opportunity to meet other Page members and professional peers.
The Case Study Competition is co-sponsored by the Page Society and the Institute for Public Relations for the writing of original case studies by students enrolled in business, communication or journalism schools. The cases are widely used to strengthen awareness of communication and corporate reputation issues among business, communication and journalism students.
For information about the upcoming Spring Seminar, or how to get involved, please contact Mary Elliott, Vice President – Member Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770-982-4138.