The Masterclass is part of activities marking the 2019 edition of the PR Week, themed ‘Promoting Professional Excellence and Community for Development'.
The CEO of Marketing, Media and Technology company, ID Africa, Femi Falodun will participate as a speaker at the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) Lagos’ 2019 PR Week which is set to hold on Monday, June 17, 2019.
Femi Falodun, who has years of experience, consulting on diverse Public Relations, Content Marketing, Digital Communication campaigns and developing strategies/tactics for some of Nigeria’s biggest brands will be drawing knowledge from his robust wealth of experience to speak on the topic: ‘Crisis Communication in the digital age‘.
Participants at the masterclass will be made up of PR professionals drawn from diverse sectors and industries.
The Masterclass is part of activities marking the 2019 edition of the PR Week, themed ‘Promoting Professional Excellence and Community for Development’. The PR Week aims to intensify the building of a more formidable, professional and unified industry in Nigeria.
“This masterclass is very important because every PR professional in this day and age must be savvy enough to understand the challenges that come with digital technology and the modern channels of communications. I’m looking forward to sharing ideas, techniques and case studies with the NIPR community at the 2019 PR Week,” Femi said.
ID Africa is a respectable creative marketing communications, digital media and technology agency using cutting-edge innovation and creative storytelling strategies to help individuals, brands and businesses connect with the people they care about, whilst optimizing their influence, growth and revenues online and offline.
The NIPR was established to regulate the practice and development of the PR Profession as well as monitor professional conduct through an established Code of Ethics in Nigeria.
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