This is the wiki home for collaborative work between members of SIG-Marcomms (Special Interest Group on Marketing Communications - formerly known as TF-CPR (Task Force on Communications and Public Relations)) and the Global PR Network.
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Themost recent opportunity to get together to share ideas, experiences and best practices was on 2 June 2017, in Linz, Austria, directly after TNC17. This was a joint meeting with the Global PR Network.Registration is closed - see who participated
next opportunity for SIG-Marcomms to meet will be at the CLAW Crisis Management and Communications workshop in Malaga on 20-21 November 2017.
All SIG members are encouraged to attend this event along with relevant technical colleagues.
AUTUMN 2017 SPRING 2018 - host and venue tbc - please volunteer!SPRING
AUTUMN 2018 - host and venue tbc - please volunteer!
MOST RECENT MEETINGS:
SIG-Marcomms & Global PR Network joint meeting 2 June 2017 in Linz, following TNC17
SIG-Marcomms meeting & joint meeting with SIG-MSP on 7-8 March 2017 - agenda & slides, (including GÉANT Project topics) Poznan, Poland. See the blog report!
SIG-Marcomms meeting 27-29 September 2016 agenda & slides (including GÉANT Project topics), Tallinn Estonia. See the blog report!
TF-CPR & Global PR Network joint meeting 12 June agenda and slides, Prague preceding TNC16.
TF-CPR meeting 16-18 March 2016 agenda and slides (including GÉANT Project topics), Stockholm, Sweden
TF-CPR meeting 28-30 October 2015 agenda and slides (including GÉANT Project topics), Cambridge UK
Note: Past TF-CPR meeting notes, agendas and slides can currently still be found at http://www.terena.org/activities/tf-cpr/pastmeetings/.