Welcome to the International Association of Business Communicators Dallas Chapter

IABC Dallas is the network for modern communicators.

We know that good communication drives business success, and our passion is connecting our members to the latest ideas, job opportunities, and people through professional learning, along with a generous culture of sharing.

By setting the standard for professional development in business communications, IABC Dallas enhances the careers of the strategic communications leaders of today and tomorrow.

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IABC Dallas April 10 Professional Development Luncheon


Spotting trends before they become an issue

It doesn’t take much for a snarky Tweet, post or news event to send a communicator’s day into a tailspin.  It’s our job to advise leadership on the best course of action…in the speed of social.

Don’t be caught off guard by an issue when it comes knocking. Learn how to identify trends in other industries and news coverage before your company is in the spotlight.

On April 10, Scott Vazin, chief communications officer of Toyota Motor North America, will discuss some of the company’s key comms strategies in the past year, and how it turned a potential “situation” into a positive. The techniques and insights Scott provides are tools that communications professionals can apply to their immediate jobs to transform the role from company resource to a responsive decision maker.

Don’t miss this professional development luncheon hosted at the new Toyota headquarters in Plano, Texas.


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