It’s our BIG year! As the largest chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) worldwide, we’re excited to celebrate our 80th anniversary.
Since 1942, communication and public relations professionals in the Greater Toronto Area like you have turned to us to connect with the people and insights they need to drive business results and elevate their excellence and experience.
To commemorate and celebrate this exciting milestone, we’d love to hear your IABC story!
You’re a natural storyteller and we need your help to tell our story… the story of IABC/Toronto.
Why did you join IABC? What keeps you coming back? What’s your most memorable moment? What makes you proud to be a part of this powerful IABC community?
Here’s how it works:
- Post your video or photo on Twitter and/or LinkedIn
- Tag @IABCToronto & use the hashtag #IABCTO80
- In your post, tag and invite a fellow IABC/Toronto member to share their story too
During these challenging times, let’s create a community of connection, lift one another up, and celebrate something special together, while apart.
It’s not just our past that shines bright on this 80th anniversary. As IABC/Toronto looks to the future, we see it as a time for communication professionals to shine. As integral parts of our organizations, we’ve never been more needed and valued than we are today.
Stay tuned throughout the year for more information about IABC/Toronto’s 80th anniversary, the special commemorative edition of The Communicator this Fall, and how you can mark this special occasion!
Do you want to be a part of the magic?
We’re looking for volunteers to join our 80th Anniversary Celebration Committee.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in joining a team of talented and dedicated volunteers who will be responsible for this iconic celebration.
Predecessor Associations to IABC/Toronto:
- 1942 to 1947: Canadian Association of Personnel Publication Editors (CAPPE)
- 1947 to 1970: Canadian Industrial Editors Association (CIEA)
- 1970 to 1974: Corporate Communicators Toronto