IABC Belgium is part of the International Association of Business Communicators - an international organisation with chapters around the world. IABC links 12,000 professionals who practice business communications as a career. Founded in 1986, IABC Belgium is one of the oldest international chapters of this dynamic organisation.
Our aim is to help members coming from a range of sectors and organisations to become the best communication practitioners out there. We do this by connecting, collaborating, sharing knowledge and ideas, and inspiring each other to achieve new heights in the communication arena.
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Speed mentoring event IABC – Brussels School IHECS

By Alba Pérez Grandi On 8 December, The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Belgian Chapter and Brussels School IHECS teamed up to organise a dynamic and interactive speed mentoring event for IHECS public relations (PR) students.  The event aimed to help young people who are in the process of finalising their graduate programme, and starting to […]

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Join us at the ReputationTime Conference in February!

Held for the first time in 2013 in Paris, the ReputationTime conference is a European event devoted to the discussion around the latest challenges facing reputation management in the digital age. With an audience of some 300 people –communications and marketing professionals, journalists and influencers – the conference provides an opportunity for world class speakers […]

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Can we make progress without permission? Thoughts from #OpenSpaceBrussels

In a world where the means of communication are increasingly accessible, even as positional power and wealth are becoming more concentrated, the matter of self-empowerment and identifying the real scope for action becomes a vital question. That question is: “How much progress can we make without permission?” I had the pleasure of leading a session […]