Want to reach 2 million comms people? Be one of our #EuroComm17 sponsors!

It’s just 67 days to #EuroComm17 but there’s still time for you to get involved. Last year, the 100 people in the room tweeted up a storm – our combined Twitter reach was a whopping 2.3 million. That’s the power behind a network of professional communicators!

The theme for this year’s event is TRANSFORMATION: Adapt • Invent • Evolve, reflecting the ever-­changing nature of our profession and worlds in which we work. We have some incredible speakers lined up and tickets are selling fast.

If you’d like your brand front and centre at this landmark event – and an opportunity to rub shoulders with a room full of proven influencers, decision­-makers and trend setters – here’s your chance.

As you’ll see in our sponsor prospectus, there are lots of lovely packages to choose from:

  • Host a networking dinner – great for meeting and greeting everyone
  • Sponsor an interactive workshop – these are very popular
  • Support the event photography – a picture says a thousand words! Hand out goodie bags – who doesn’t love free stuff?
  • Sponsor the event app – have your finger on the pulse

Sponsors also feature in our event marketing via email, social media and direct mail. So you’ll be getting lots of lovely publicity – and of course our heartfelt thanks.


About EuroComm

EuroComm, the only practitioner­led communications event in Europe, is presented by the EMENA Region board of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). IABC’s goal is to connect and inspire each other through events and professional development programmes, and by sharing best practices. This will be the 13th EuroComm, an event that typically draws senior decision makers, influencers and leaders from multi­national organisations from across Europe. Sessions are a mix of keynote speeches from the corporate world and academia, rapid­fire talks, panel discussions, case studies and traditional presentations.

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