Past Annual Conferences

2016 Annual Conference


Disruptive business models, new technologies and evolving social expectations not only change the way we and our enterprises work, they drive the creation, regeneration and, in some instances, extinction of entire industries. Even in sectors where change is less dramatic, technological progress affects the nature of our professional lives. New, agile approaches to business empower start-ups to challenge established brands. Some organizations are being disrupted while others are disruptors. Many are both.

The 2016 Page Up Annual Conference explored two types of disruption. First, we examined the factors disrupting the industries in which we work and what that means for communications leaders. Second, we explored how the corporate communications practice has been disrupted and learn how we can use this moment to deliver business results in new ways.

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2015 Annual Conference

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 The third Page Up Annual Conference themed Seeing Around Corners was held in Chicago on November 11-13. The conference explored issues and emerging trends relevant to senior communications leaders. Some of the topics covered included the future of the CCO, stakeholder management, digital and social analytics and the CCO skill set.

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2014 Annual Conference



The second Annual Conference themed “The ABCs in Big D,” was held on October 28-29, 2014 and invited candid discussions about the higher bar being set for communications leaders and their teams. The program explored case studies and emerging best practices for developing team members to take on advisory roles, ensuring that they bring business acumen into their functional expertise but also ways in which they could add emerging competencies and skills.

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2013 Annual Conference


The inaugural Page Up Annual Conference was held on November 19-20, 2013 in New York City and was attended by nearly 70 Page Up members. This conference, themed “Transforming Communications in an Era of Disruption,” explored ways to connect with diverse audiences vastly different geographies with each facing its own social, political and economic changes.

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