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Register for the IABC Dallas September 11 Professional Development Luncheon

Communicating Across Global Audiences

Communicating across borders doesn’t get much tougher than what Kim Morgan does every day for the world’s most popular chicken restaurant brand, Kentucky Fried Chicken.

As Director of Global Communications at KFC, Kim ensures the 75-year-old brand remains relevant, distinctive and easy to do business with in the more than 130 countries where it operates. But it must also respect local customs and cultures while staying relevant to customers young and old.

KFC must simultaneously avoid impacting its sister brands, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, as well as its parent company, Kentucky-based Yum! Brands. And if all that isn’t enough, Kim must drive communications strategies that fuel KFC’s goal of franchising 99 percent of its restaurants – which now number more than 20,500.

Kim will speak at our September luncheon about the challenges and opportunities of communicating across cultures and continents. Join us!

For more information and to register, click here.

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