Surviving to thriving: Top issues for communicators in 2021 and beyond
The past 12 months have been tumultuous, and even now many communicators are still struggling with COVID-normal.
Organisations are struggling with the new realities of the workplace, collaborating, monitoring and onboarding employees, vaccination roll-outs, trust and wellbeing are top of mind for many.
In this panel session webinar we’ll talk with leading experts throughout the Asia Pacific region to delve into how leading organisations are dealing with these issues, and what these changes mean for communicators.
We’ll also look beyond the coming six months so that you and your organisation will be well placed to emerge from pandemic related issues invigorated and ready to thrive.
Fiona Cubitt is the Founder of Kindred Agency. Based in Hong Kong, Fiona described herself as a “digital and data-driven marketer and storyteller.” She is a customer and growth-focused marketer with a strong track record in the travel, luxury retail, automotive and financial services industries.
Melissa Cheah is Head of Communications for Sandoz International Region, a division of Novartis. She is a seasoned Communications professional with significant in-house experience honed in the Singapore Government and multi-national corporations, spanning industries across Oil & Gas/Maritime, Aerospace/Engineering, Financial Services and Pharmaceuticals.
Ross Dawson is globally recognised as a leading futurist, keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and authority on business strategy. Based in Sydney, Australia, he is Founding Chairman of the Advanced Human Technologies group of companies, and the bestselling author of four books including the acclaimed Living Networks.
Yvonne Koh is Executive Vice President & Head of Corporate, Asia Pacific at Edelman. She is recognised as a global communications leader with more than two decades of experience in leading corporate communications spanning Asia Pacific and the U.S. Yvonne has inhouse and agency experience, across industries such as fintech, consumer electronics, consumer packaged goods, retail, lifestyle, travel, hospitality, healthcare and government communications.