Strategic communication planning – the myths and the miracles; 9th May

Victoria Silverman



Getting your business noticed matters. And while many of us believe the internet offers new, exciting and potentially free ways to promote our products and services, how can we really ensure exposure in the media and on the right social networks?


Together we’ll generate communication plans that work, from your ‘lift pitch’ to your viral campaign.

We’ll establish who’ll pick up on you and why.

Victoria Silverman is a comms specialist at Deloitte and a former senior news editor in the corporate affairs team at ITV. From programme publicity to arts festival PR, she’s been creating a buzz around products, plays and businesses for more than 20 years. She’s worked for government departments, big city firms and the arts sector and is a feature writer published in The Guardian, Red and World Screen.


Date: Wednesday 9th May 2012


Event times:

6.00 – 6.30pm – arrival & networking

6.30 – 8.15pm – “Strategic communication planning – the myths and the miracles” workshop

8.15 – 8.45pm –  networking


Venue: Innovation Warehouse, 1 East Poultry Avenue, EC1A 9PT
(closest Tube stations Farringdon, Barbican, Moorgate andSt Paul’s)

Refreshments will be provided.

Price: £10 (includes the Eventbrite booking fee)


Special offer

All existing Women’s Business Club members can book this event at 50% discount (so for only £5!).  Please use code WBC2012 when booking to receive your discount.



Cancellations & Refunds: if you cancel at least 5 days before the event (no later than 4th May), you will receive a full refund. No refunds can be made after that date.

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