An IABC-HK Event
Tuesday 21st April 2015
12:15pm - 2pm
Lawry's Hong Kong, Shop 201B, 2/F Hutchison House
10 Harcourt Road, Central, Hong Kong 

While social media are clearly having an enormous impact on the way crises arise, it is equally clear that mainstream media are still the most important driver for company crises. But how has the role of the mainstream media during a crisis changed, compared to previous decades - and is it different in Asia Pacific from the rest of the world? How do mainstream media and social media interact today - and how can companies and organizations make best use of their limited communications resources during a crisis?

At the next chapter meeting of IABC/HK, David Schlesinger will share lessons from his experience as a correspondent with Reuters over 25 years in China, Hong Kong, and the United States, and from his current role as Managing Director of Tripod Advisors, where he consults with companies and organizations around the world.

Cost: Lunch: Food and beverage to be paid at cost directly to the venue.

Admission: IABC Members: Free / Non Members: HK$100 (cash or check payable to IABC/HK).

Please note in order to secure the venue, we will have to consider all RSVPs as confirmed attendance, and the above admission fee will be charged for cancellations and no-shows. Thank you for your understanding.

RSVP: Lisa Wong at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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