Annual IABC Ottawa New Year’s Cocktail Social

Networking in the New Year – January 20th, 2010

Join us for a festive celebration of food, fun and….a few surprises!

Mingle with a welcoming crowd of friends and colleagues or sit down with an industry-leading communications professional to strengthen your knowledge base for 2010. Enjoy a delicious cocktail-style menu at the beautiful Courtyard Restaurant while you’re at it.

This New Year event is all about two pillars of IABC: professional development and networking. Meet and greet or sit down with experts and learn more on a variety of topics. We have a stellar group of communications experts who will be stationed around the room and available for Q&As. These indivduals and their areas of expertise are:

  • Jimm Fox, One Market Media: web-based video
  • Sarah Roncarelli, Fifty Strategy & Creative: creative strategy
  • Karen Keskinen: community relations
  • Danielle Donders, Postcards from the Mothership blog: blogging
  • Kelly Rusk, Media Miser: social media monitoring

You will also learn more about what IABC Ottawa has in store for 2010. Bring a friend, bring a colleague, bring your spouse or simply bring yourself.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Courtyard Restaurant, 21 George Street (Byward Market)
5:30 – 7:30 pm

Early Bird Registration (no later than midnight on Sunday, January 17, 2010):
$50 – members │$35 – students │$60 – non-members

Late and On-site Registration (after midnight on Sunday, January 17, 2010):
$60 – members │$40 – students │$70 – non-members

Click here to register.

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Cancellation policy
If you register for the event and are unable to attend, we require you to cancel your reservations a minimum of 48 hours in advance of the event to obtain a refund. Late cancellations will not be accepted.

Comments

  1. Ken Anderson says:

    Why is a cocktail party so expensive?
    Your prices are probitively expensive for most members, particularly students.

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