BeHeardAustin.com to Be Heard at IABC World Conference in Chicago


The Chicago River and riverwalk at night is always a popular tourist destination. Photo: ChooseChicago.com/Cesar Russ Photography

From the plains of the Serengeti to the crowded waterways of Amsterdam, from the streets of San Francisco to the halls of Parliament, from Australia’s outback to Austin’s Outback Steakhouse; the number one question on every communicators mind is “Will BeHeardAustin.com be covering the IABC World Conference in Chicago?”

Come on now, really, having a World Conference without BeHeardAustin.com would be like having tea with the queen without the crumpets – unthinkable.

Ed Lallo, founder and CEO of Newsroom Ink.

Ed Lallo of Newsroom Ink, whose company developed and helps staff BeHeardAustin.com for the Austin chapter of IABC, will be in Chicago covering not only the Austin and Texas attendees, but also those from Belgium to Brazil. The news site for international communicators will have interviews with new IABC Chair Kerby Meyers of Denver based The Communications Refinery, outgoing chair Adrian Cropley of Australia based Cropley Communications, featured speakers as well as complete photo coverage with daily updates and photos.

BeHeardAustin.com is also in the process of gathering a panel of unemployed senior communicators from around the world who find the current job market has left them searching for ways to reinvigorate their careers.

If you are a Texas communicator planning to attend the world conference, or a senior communicator challenged by the job market interested in participating on a panel, BeHeardAustin.com wants to hear from you;  email editor@beheardaustin.com and give us your contact information so we can get in touch while in the “windy city”.

Also if you have story ideas, photos or comments on speakers; feel free to pass those along as well. Twitter us at @newsroomink.

We look forward to meeting some of the more that 1500 communicators that visit BeHeardAustin.com each month.

Chicago's skyline reflects from Chicago's Cloud Gate Sculpture at Millennium Park. Photo: ChooseChicago.com/Cesar Russ Photography

 

 

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