You are cordially invited to attend the 10th edition of international conference webcom, one of the largest gatherings on Web new technologies, strategies, challenges and trends for North American organizations. webcom takes place on May 11th at the ICAO (Organization of International Civil Aviation) Head Office, 999 University Street in Montreal. Tickets for the conference are $495.00, with
webcom boasts 45 speakers, 33 case studies, panels and sessions. Among the renowned speakers, Debbie Weil, author, speaker, and expert on corporate blogs and social media, Maggie Fox, founder and CEO of Social Media Group, and Geoff Livingston, author of the award-winning book on new media “Now is Gone”.
For the past five years, webcom has been offering up-to-date conferences focused on international sharing and experience for local companies, allowing them to make sure their administrators are equipped to face tomorrow’s communication and technological challenges.
Always seeking to provide the latest content tailored to corporate realities while making sure to stay on top of upcoming challenges, webcom has redesigned its program schedule. As such, it will now be focused on educating and promoting Québec-based organizations through its effective combination of international speakers and local business partners. Those who are curious, have a vision or develop strategies can take part in conferences grouped under the five following themes:
- Internal communications and services
- External marketing and communications
- Platforms and technologies
- Innovation and interactive experience
Besides the main conference, participants can attend two off-program activities. webcomLive is an 8-hour WebTV presentation broadcasted live from webcom and accessible online in real-time, and webcamp is workshop presented by Sylvain Carle where tech and social Web buffs can push the Web environment’s conventional limits. webcom is presented by Guidyu and made possible through the collaborations of several partners, including: Transcontinental, Bell, w.illi.am and Massy-Forget Public Relations.