Join Sushant Vashisht, Adobe’s Head of Executive & Employee Communications – India, Japan & APAC, in our FREE WEBINAR as he discusses the role of the internal communicator in times of crisis.Sushant, who has 17 years’ experience in employee communications, leads the employee experience and internal communications strategy for Adobe in India, Japan & APAC,February 24, 2020
While most IABC members in our Asia Pacific region belong to a local chapter, we also have a strong community of Members-at-Large. One such member is Rauf Hameed, communication consultant based in Lahore, Pakistan, who is also a board member and director of communications with IABC Asia Pacific. Rauf is a passionate communications and advocacyFebruary 10, 2020
The IABC APAC Silver Quill Communicator of the Year (CoTY) Award is a unique opportunity to acknowledge exceptional communication excellence and leadership.January 15, 2020
Join Sia Papageorgiou, FRSA, SCMP, who is a member of the Global Communications Certification Council (GCCC) in a special certification webinar to learn more and answer all of your questions. Use this to help prep for the upcoming certification exam on 25 March in Wellington, New Zealand at our Fusion20 conference or another exam date.January 11, 2020
IABC APAC : What We Do
About the IABC
With a vision to have professional communicators at the heart of every organization, the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) aspires to advance the profession, create connection and develop strategic communicators.
We enable a global network of communicators working in diverse industries and disciplines to identify, share, and apply the world’s best communication practices.
Our philosophy is based on our pledge to represent the global profession, foster a diverse community, focus on insights and results and honor our Code of Ethics. We believe that we can only achieve this by being open, contemporary and professional.
Starting a chapter
IABC APAC has 14 chapters in 8 countries throughout the Asia Pacific region, along with members-at-large in Singapore, China, Papua New Guinea and Thailand.
If you are looking to start a professional or student chapter in your city (or university), get in touch with our Chapter Development Director for more information.