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Run It Like A Campaign: What Political Strategists Can Teach Corporate Communicators
Start Date: 10/17/2013Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Date: 10/17/2013End Time: 8:30 PM
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Event Description
The dust has barely cleared in the race to succeed Mayor Bloomberg in New York City Hall. Now it’s time to ask the experts, George Arzt and Peter Peyser, both with ample experience in New York City government, politics and communications, to give us their insights:
-- What can corporate communicators learn from the hotly contested campaign?
-- How did the various camps cope with crises? (And there were plenty!)
-- Which strategies paid off?
-- Which didn’t and why?

Stuart Goldstein, with a background in political campaigning in New Jersey and a long history as a senior corporate communication executive, will moderate the discussion bridging the worlds of political and corporate communication. Don’t miss what’s sure to be a lively and enlightening panel.

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC


Where: Newman Library Conference Center, 7th Floor, Room 750. Complimentary pre-registration is required to attend this program. Send attached registration form to genest@corporatecomm.org or call 973-270-0038.

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Contact Information:
Name: Christina M. Genest
Phone: 646-312-3749
Email: christina.genest@baruch.cuny.edu
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