Networking in the New Year: Powering Communicators for 2018

Join us on Tuesday January 30 for an IABC Ottawa signature event – Networking in the New Year! This speed-dating style event is a professional development opportunity like no other. A talented group of experts will rotate from table-to-table to answer your questions and share their experiences. Learn about some of the new and emerging trends… [Read more]

Event Recap: The Role of Communications in Creating a Great Place to Work

Canada’s Top 100 Employers have one thing in common: great organizational culture. They encourage growth and development, provide work-life balance and focus on collaboration and innovation. Culture makes the difference between a company that is mediocre and one that is top performing. On a mild November evening, communicators from across the city gathered at CIRA’s… [Read more]

The Role of Communications in Creating a Great Place to Work

Every workplace has culture, but not every workplace has great culture. What role do communicators play in creating a great culture and, ultimately, a great place to work? IABC Ottawa has called on a panel of experts to discuss how communicators can shape and define the way employees communicate and interact with one another to… [Read more]

How BDC – Canada’s only bank devoted exclusively to entrepreneurs – is transforming perceptions about its brand!

Don’t Miss This Opportunity! When: Thursday, October 26, 5:30-8:00 PM Where: The Red Lion, 47 Clarence St., Ottawa, ON K1N 9K1 Gain immediate access to a leading communicator by joining Annie Marsolais, BDC’s Vice President of Marketing and Communications and learn about the Business Development Bank of Canada’s journey to transform entrepreneurs’ perceptions of its brand, as well as the… [Read more]

2017-2018 Season Opener: Powering Communicators: Advance. Connect. Develop.

Join us for the first event of the season! When: September 28, 5:30-8:00 PM Where: Sidedoor, 18 York Street, Ottawa Professional communicators work at the heart of every organization. But more than ever, they must prove their impact on the organizations they serve by driving business results. Join us in kicking off the 2017-2018 season… [Read more]

You’re invited to help us shape the future of IABC Ottawa for communicators in the capital!

What is your biggest communication challenge? How can IABC Ottawa help support you in your career? What do you value you most about IABC? We want to hear your answers to these questions and more to help us build our strategy for the chapter. We are hosting two focus groups as part of our local… [Read more]

Celebrate Ottawa’s Communications Community on June 20!

Join us on June 20th for a night of celebrations as we bring our season to a close and celebrate Ottawa’s communications, marketing and creative professionals!

MARCOM and IABC Ottawa Social – Stay Connected

Excited to talk about the insights learned at MARCOM? Connect with marketing and communications professionals at the MARCOM and IABC Ottawa Social this May 30, 2017 at the Cornerstone Bar and Grill (92 Clarence Street) in the ByWard Market, the heart of Ottawa just minutes away from the Shaw Centre. The MARCOM Annual Conference is… [Read more]

Five Ways to Learn Code – Coding for Communicators Event Recap

Coding is a language, one many of us don’t understand but are expected to. The goal of the Coding for Communicators event was to help provide communicators and marketers with the basic essentials to then implement in their own work. At the workshop on Tuesday, April 18, Ryan Chenkie provided an overview of HTML, CSS,… [Read more]

Member Special Interest Group: How to build trust as a sole communicator or member of a small team

IABC Ottawa Special Interest Group

Join us! IABC Ottawa is excited to host its inaugural Special Interest Group on April 26, 2017, exclusive to IABC Ottawa members. This intimate event of 15 guests is an opportunity for IABC Ottawa members who are sole-communicators (or those working on small teams) in Ottawa to share challenges, experience and ideas with one another. The… [Read more]