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Annual Conference

The Page Up Annual Conference is held during fall, usually in October or November, in a different major city each year. The 2017 Page Up Annual Conference will be held on October 15-17 at The Watergate Hotel in Washington D.C. In addition to exploring best practices and emerging trends in corporate communications, the conference features unique peer-to-peer networking and the opportunity to influence the strategic direction of the organization through participation at the annual Members Business Meeting. Past events have brought together around 70-80 attendees, and participating is growing each year as the Page Up community expands.

Learn more about past conferences.

Explore the 2017 Annual Conference sponsorship opportunities.

Page Society Spring Seminar

Page Up members are invited to attend the Page Society’s annual Spring Seminar event which addresses topical and timely issues of critical importance to CCOs and other senior communicators. This year’s seminar, titled “The Changing Face of Activism” will be held on April 6-7 in New York City. Like the Annual Conference, the Spring Seminar addresses topical and timely issues, but also focuses on “how to” issues in communications. Learn more.

Regional Events

Page Up members are able to attend a variety of other smaller, regional events organized in cities around the world. The Page Exchange, a unique event that foregoes presentations in favor of panel and small-group discussions and workshops, brings together around 60 members of both Page and Page Up. In addition, members host and are able to attend a number of local networking events, including breakfasts, dinners and drinks, many of which include a moderated discussion followed by time to mingle.

Think Thursdays

Think Thursdays is a biweekly conference call that offers participants the opportunity to share ideas, discuss emerging topics and exchange advice. The calls are confidential and last for about an hour, and are organized and moderated by other Page Up members. Many participants find great value in the ability to talk openly and collaboratively work through challenges in a respectful and confidential group.


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