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Date: August 12, 2015
Time: 11:30 am
The tech industry in Chicago today is hotter than ever. To communicate successfully about your company or client, you not only need to be on the cutting edge of the newest trends – you need to understand tech media. Join us on August 12 to meet the leading journalists covering Chicago’s tech scene and learn how to best work with them to make your next pitch a success!
The PCC monthly luncheon program will be held at Maggiano’s Little Italy, 516 N Clark Street, in Chicago
The program begins with registration and networking among Chicago communication professionals at 11:30 a.m., followed by a family-style lunch at noon. The program concludes at 1:30 p.m. Audience members will be able to engage the speakers during a question-and-answer period. Registration is open here.
Early registration rates are available for $40 (members), $55 (non-members), or $25 (students) through 5 p.m., August 7. Late registration rates of $50 (members), $65 (non-members), or $25 (students) apply through 3 p.m., August 11. Walk-in rates of $55 (members), $70 (non-members), or $30 (students) apply the day of the program. Students can also register for either the program only (FREE), or the program with dessert and beverage for only $10. StudentID must be shown.
The PCC monthly luncheon series matches experts in communication fields with PR professionals to discuss topics of significant interest. Recent PCC programs have featured experts in television news, crisis communication, social media, the magazine industry and business media. The next luncheon is scheduled for September 9, 2015 in Chicago.
The 2015 PCC luncheon panel series is proudly sponsored by media monkeybiz. Media monkeybiz provides television and radio broadcast monitoring, media intelligence, and PR analysis. To learn more, visit: www.mediamonkeybiz.com.