INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS CAMP 9 October 2015, Paris, France
Venue: Bpifrance Le Hub 8 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris – France

Internal Communications Camp, part of Internal Communications Conference, traveled to picturesque Paris, for the one-day productive event.

IC Camp was designed for progressive IC leaders, Communications and Employee Engagement Seniors to find the tools to work smarter and keep up with the fast changing marketplace. Internal Communications Day was packed with insights, showcasing examples of good practice adopted by successful brands.

Internal Communications Camp Paris avoided monotone lectures and contextual PowerPoint slides, instead, offered access to information you can’t read anywhere or obtain single-handedly. Delegates enjoyed a very informative and interactive day full of team exercises and debates.

Internal Communications Camp was limited to a modest number of participants to ensure greater interactivity and ideal working atmosphere.

IC Camp 2015, Paris – Sponsor

 

Sponsor BOC eventsMadmagz is a French company created in January 2010. It provides an online software that enables anyone to create stunning publications in web, PDF and print formats. It has now over 500,000 users, among which companies, associations, schools, students, individuals and many others.
Madmagz is trusted by many organisations such as Nike, L’Oréal, Vinci, BNP, Vivendi, Celio, etc. On pre-defined custom templates, designed by Madmagz’s professionals, they can easily create their employee magazines by adding text, photos, links, videos, podcasts, etc.
Madmagz’s added value for Internal Communications Professionals: user-friendly, autonomy, multimedia, time & cost savings, collaboration, readership statistics, responsive design and privacy.
Madmagz also runs Madmagz Com’In, a reference website on digital internal communications and organizes monthly workshops on the topic.

 

Internal Communications  – Past Sponsors

Yammer     Internal Communications Conference Sponsor - Dragon Rouge     Snapcomms     Internal Communications Conference Sponsor - Beem     IC Conference Sponsor - swarmworks     IC Conference Sponsor - Clementina


Reasons to Sponsor

Enter New Markets Networking at conferences is one of the most cost effective and time efficient ways of entering new markets. It is a great opportunity to research and network whilst gaining exposure to a new and qualified database.
Position Your Company Brand  Showcasing your company at leading events establishes your company, in the eyes of your prospect or existing client, as a strong market leading brand and creates a strong image of your company’s capabilities.
New Sales Leads By showcasing your services either through branding exposure or taking part in the programme you can meet and influence key management decision makers.
Launch New Products or Services Draw attention to your products and brand by using the HR Summit as a launch pad for new developments or services.

IC Camp 2015, France  – Partners

Media Partners

Communicate Magazine Media PartnerCommunicate Magazine is a monthly trade magazine for the UK corporate communications community. ‘The single voice for stakeholder relations,’ Communicate focuses on communications with stakeholders, the press, investors, employees, regulators and the supply chain. With a mix of news and features, Communicate covers PR, reputation management, CSR, community engagement, investor relations, re-branding, monitoring and evaluation and more.

It is read in print and on iPad by in-house communicators and by communications consultancies across the UK.

Communicate organises conferences and awards, including the Employer Brand Management conference, the Digital Impact Awards and the Corporate & Financial Awards.

C3 Magazine IC Camp BOC Media PartnerThe C3 Magazine presents inspiration, resources and strategies on content marketing, digital media trends and technology. It accompanies a communicative shift from blunt advertising to authentic, informative and entertaining content. High class interviews with experts in the field of corporate communications (like Anders Lundblad, IKEA) or web culture (Prof Mayer-Schönberger) as well as case studies and international best practices made it the “Best Topic Specific Blog” at the International Content Marketing Awards 2014 and the winner of „Best Interactive Content” at Pearl Awards 2014.

 

 

 

IABC Fr Media Partner BOC Global Events Internal Communications Camp IABC is a vibrant global membership association with a network of 12,000 members in more than 80 countries, representing many of the Global Fortune 500 companies.

IABC serves professionals in the field of business communication, bringing together the profession’s collective disciplines. IABC delivers on the Global Standard in communication through their educational offerings, certification, awards program, resource library, online magazine and annual World Conference.
They support their community of business communication professionals with innovative thinking, shared best practices, in-depth learning and career guidance.

Internal Communications Camp - Facilitators

Katharina Auer

Head of Employee Communications Zurich Insurance, Switzerland

Katharina is an internationally recognised business communicator with proven delivery of effective global communication strategies and programmes, and has Lean Sigma qualifications for process and performance improvement.

Previous roles include Head of Internal Communications at Rio Tinto, Head of Global Internal and Management Communications at Shell, Head of Global Internal Communications at AstraZeneca, Corporate Communications Lead at GE Capital EEF and Corporate Communications Manager at Corange/Boehringer Mannheim. Katharina has worked in Nigeria, Hong Kong, the UK, the Netherlands, and is currently based in Zurich, Switzerland.
Her main areas of expertise are in employee communications strategy and execution, strengthening employee engagement through effective communication practices and linking communication and engagement to business outcomes. Other areas of expertise cover change communication; global employee surveys; metrics and business performance scorecards; global, multi-cultural communications; internalisation of brand campaigns or company rebranding; communications skills training for managers; communications skills training for communicators. Her experience also includes corporate communications, product and corporate public relations.

 

<em>Katharina will be speaking at the Cutting Edge Marketing &amp; PR Conference 2016: 'External vs internal?  Creating an integrated approach reflecting today's reality'.</em>
<em>There are no demarcation lines between internal &amp; external audiences, which we need to reflect in our communications planning and approaches.  Katharina Auer will look at (re)-integrating communications, and lead a discussion on the topic</em>

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Katharina Auer

Katharina Auer

Head of Employee Communications Zurich Insurance, Switzerland

Alex Kalomparis

Internal Communications Director, Rolls-Royce
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Alex Kalomparis

Alex Kalomparis

Internal Communications Director, Rolls-Royce

Emily Gibbs

Associate Director, Communications & Engagement, EY
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Emily Gibbs

Emily Gibbs

Associate Director, Communications & Engagement, EY

Tom Crawford

Director, The Brain Miner

In a long career both as a consultant and in house senior exec, Tom Crawford has gained diverse and rich experience, in HR and specifically Internal Comms and Engagement. He also has a strong passion for the subject of brand and its relationship with employees. He has spent many years helping employees believe in their organisation and do their best for its brand. He was worked all over the world with leading brands including Deloitte, British Airways, Eon, GSK, Nokia and others.

Tom set up The Brain Miner as he believes that everyone has fantastic ideas buried within them – they just need some help finding them, extracting them and then polishing them into shiny diamonds. He is working with a number of well known global brands, helping them drive employee engagement with their brand.

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Tom Crawford

Tom Crawford

Director, The Brain Miner

Judith Magyar

Strategic Communications Director, SAP
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Judith Magyar

Judith Magyar

Strategic Communications Director, SAP

Kasha Dougall

Head of Business Communication, Bureau Veritas

Kasha Dougall is a global communications professional. A British citizen, she is based in Paris where she has spent the last 20 years deploying global communication strategies in local markets around the world. Kasha has specialised in the industrial and engineering sectors during which she has learnt how to bridge the gap between cultures to ensure the success of international campaigns and events. Her skill set includes digital campaigns, thought leadership, external communications, media relations and event management.
She started her career working for the advertising agency, TBWA, as a project manager for the Nissan Europe account in Paris. She has always worked in multicultural teams on both agency and client side. She took on the role of Corporate Communications Director at Faiveley Transport, an equipment supplier for the railway industry before managing Business Communication at Bureau Veritas, an industrial services provider.
She holds a BA (Hons) in European Business from Oxford Brookes University and the ESC de la Rochelle and an MA in Internet Marketing & Communications from the Léonard de Vinci University, Paris. When she is not fussing about messaging, you can find her at the opera and the ballet or networking with like minded internationals.

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Kasha Dougall

Kasha Dougall

Head of Business Communication, Bureau Veritas

Tom Scott

Internal Communication Manager, Amazon

Currently working as an internal Communications Manager at Amazon, Tom X. Scott is a professional with over 20 years of experience in strategic corporate communications in an international environment. His scope includes public relations, employee and marketing communications.
His main competencies are in planning and executing strategic communication initiatives; creating and executing media relations and B2B marketing communications plans; integrating employees new to an organization through acquisitions, restructuring or hiring; using communication to ensure change management programs are successful; and running effective employee communication programs as tools for employee motivation and engagement.
Tom’s global and broad experience has given him the capacity not only to create and develop integrated and strategic communication plans but also to ensure the execution of the plans. In addition, his personal core skills of empathy, authentic listening and building relationships have allowed him to hone the corporate communication competencies necessary to effectively inform, influence and inspire stakeholders.

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Tom Scott

Tom Scott

Internal Communication Manager, Amazon

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