The Regional Group Czech Republic was established in 2008. This group focuses on topics that are innovative, dynamic and relevant to the communication future within the Czech Republic as well as globally.
Since mid 2008, the Regional Group Sweden has offered EACD members a number of topically-focused events and meetings. The group facilitates EACD members in networking, professionalisation and information sharing. These events revolve around topics and issues that are important for communication professionals in the region.
The Regional Group Iceland discusses and debates current issues in communications, focusing on the Icelandic communications situation as well as broader European and global developments in communications.
The EACD created the Regional Group Latvia in 2010. Since then, the group has held a number of events that facilitate EACD members in networking, professionalisation and information sharing. These events revolve around topics and issues that are important for communication professionals in the region.
Since mid 2008, the Regional Group Norway has offered EACD members topically-focused events and meetings. In addition to this, the group aims to facilitate active and cooperative networking opportunities.
Since mid 2008, the Regional Group Hungary has offered EACD members topically-focused events and meetings. This group has held several forums for members within the region to tackle the relevant issues they face within their profession.
In today's world, brand management is facing an increasing number of new challenges. The way brands are managed is being altered by a number of varying factors and their consequences, including the digitalisation of media, a broad variety of information channels to customers, social media, cross-industry partnerships, and increasing participation and co-creation.
The EACD Information Brochure will give you a first impression of the services and events the European Association of Communication Directors has to offer.
"2013 is my first EACD Summit as a member of the association. Joining such a high quality group of communications professionals is a valuable experience and it is motivating to know that I can continue to exchange topics and ideas with my peer group."
Camille Bourdon Ballard
Corporate Internal Communications Manager
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Ignacio de la Serna
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Regional PR Manager
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Marketing and Communications Director
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