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    Upcoming PR/Media Events

    Friday, March 14, 2014, 9:50 AM [Upcoming Events]
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    Event: Leading the Way: A Fearless Future for PR
    Host: PRSA Cincinnati
    Date: March 19
    Location: Cincinnati
    Summary: Sonja Popp-Stahly, APR, of the PRSA National Board of Directors will address the evolving role of the public relations professional and current state of the profession, including where public relations and PRSA is headed in 2014 and beyond.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Content is King: How Storytelling Steers Social Media
    Host: PRSA Detroit
    Date: March 19
    Location: Plymouth, Mich.
    Summary: Amy Lynn Smith, writer, strategist and contributor to Michigan’s Eclectablog.com, and 2012 deputy digital director for Obama for America-Michigan; and Amanda Lewan, founder and editor of Michipreneur, an online community for Michigan startups and creative, will share tactics on creating an effective social media strategy.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Actionable Insights from SXSW
    Host: Social Media Club NYC
    Date: March 20
    Location: New York
    Summary: Panelists from the Interactive Ad Bureau, Cookbook Create, and Huffington post will discuss new technologies, social tools and trends that got people talking at SXSW. This meeting is open to everyone.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Evolution of Media: How Newsrooms Are Adapting to the Ever-Changing Digital Media Environment
    Host: PR Newswire
    Date: March 20
    Location: Webinar
    Summary: This webinar will cover how today’s media continues to reinvent their newsrooms and journalists adapt to a faster news cycle. The discussion will tackle issues such as: the debate between speed versus accuracy; owning up to misinformation; tools to help journalists deliver accurate news faster than before.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Social Media ROI for Journalists
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: March 25
    Location: Online
    Summary: This free, one-hour webinar will examine the four stages of social media use in the newsroom: from an active presence, to engagement, to steering the conversation, to full integration. This webinar will be of interest to managers overseeing social media and online news, and for individuals who are beginning to ask (or are being asked by their publishers), “Is all this time on social media worth it?”
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Detecting Corporation Fraud
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: March 27
    Location: Phoenix
    Summary: In this free workshop, journalists will learn techniques for digging – with an eye for fraud – into U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings and other disclosures.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Delivering Impactful, Interactive and Targeted Online Videos
    Host: IPRA
    Date: April 3
    Location: Vienna, Va.
    Summary: Tom Madden, president of Visual Impact Productions, will discuss the growth of online videos and how independent PR practitioners can use online videos successfully and cost-effectively for their clients.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Investigating Stockbrokers and Financial Advisers
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: April 9
    Location: Online
    Summary: Learn whether stockbrokers or investment advisers have run afoul of regulators or been the subject of customer complaints. This one-hour webinar will guide you through the FINRA BrokerCheck database and the SEC’s Investment Adviser registration database. You’ll also learn how state securities regulators police the industry and how to obtain results of their investigations for your stories.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Disruptive Innovation and Strategic Counsel: Keeping Your Institution (And You) Relevant
    Host: PRSA
    Date: April 9-11
    Location: Washington, D.C.
    Summary: Higher education communicators have a full course load, from dealing with the rise in massive open online courses (MOOCs) to preparing a campus-wide crisis communications program. The PRSA Counselors to Higher Education (CHE) Senior Summit offers creative approaches to keep your communication strategies and tactics cutting edge.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Strategic Corporate Communications Leadership Summit
    Host: IABC
    Date: April 10-11
    Location: Washington, D.C.
    Summary: If you are responsible for corporate communication, public relations, human resources, social media, marketing or organizational effectiveness, join us as we reveal the latest corporate communication strategies, techniques and measurement tools.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Creating a Strong Brand Identity Through Persuasive Messaging
    Host: NJ CAMA
    Date: April 17
    Location: Princeton, N.J.
    Summary: Whether your business is large or small, a strong brand identity is the key to standing out in a crowded marketplace. Guest speakers will lead an enlightening discussion on creating and maintaining your brand, developing a powerful voice, and how technology can support those efforts.  The event is co-sponsored by the NJ Creative Professionals.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Investigating Government Contractors
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: April 22
    Location: Online
    Summary: Ron Nixon, domestic correspondent in the Washington bureau of The New York Times, will share how to track local and national government spending on contractors in public databases.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Supercharge Your Content: Writing and Editing Essentials
    Host: Ragan Communications
    Date: April 22
    Location: Online
    Summary: Grammar Girl Mignon Fogarty, the famed writing and editing pro featured on Oprah, and Word Czar Rob Reinalda, Ragan Communications executive editor and master wordsmith, will discuss grammar basics, gaffes and memorization techniques.
    Complete event info here.

    Whether you're a reporter, blogger, author or other content creator, ProfNet can help you with your search for expert sources. You can send a query to tens of thousands of experts and PR agents, search the more than 60,000 profiles on ProfNet Connect, or get timely experts and story ideas by email -- all for free! Need help getting started? Email us at profnet@profnet.com

    Upcoming PR/Media Events

    Friday, February 28, 2014, 10:50 AM [Upcoming Events]
    0 (0 Ratings)

    We regularly update our ProfNet Connect calendar to include upcoming events we think will be of interest to PR and media professionals. Here are a few events coming up over the next few weeks. Know of an event coming up? Email us the details and we’ll include in our next post.

    Event: How to Keep Your Content Relevant in the Age of the Selfie
    Host: PR Newswire
    Date: March 4
    Location: Atlanta
    Summary: PR Newswire’s global director of emerging media, Michael Pranikoff, will show you how to spark and capture your audience’s attention with tactics that can be adopted to keep your story fresh and attention growing.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Financial Services Social Business Leadership Forum
    Host: Business Development Institute
    Date: March 6
    Location: Boston
    Summary: Financial institutions are changing how they do business as technology continues to impact the way financial services companies communicate and collaborate with customers, employees, recruits, agents, advisers, partners, media, and the public. Learn how leading financial institutions can embrace new social technologies while meeting compliance and legal requirements.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Pitching Boot Camp
    Host: PRSA
    Date: March 6
    Location: Chicago
    Summary: Media pitching coach Michael Smart’s most popular workshop offers hundreds of practical tips that will instantly boost your media and blog coverage.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: How to Develop Rapport and Become a Valued Resource
    Host: PRSA
    Date: March 7
    Location: Chicago
    Summary: In this complement to Michael Smart’s popular pitching workshop, you’ll learn how to get on the radar screen of reporters and bloggers even when you don’t have a story to pitch. Learn how to identify and choose the media outlets that matter most to you, and use free resources to evaluate the influence of various blogs and online-only media.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Second Annual Pitching Long Island
    Host: PR Professionals of Long Island
    Date: March 11
    Location: Plainview, N.Y.
    Summary: If you live or work on Long Island, this panel discussion will open your eyes to what it takes to market the region. Panelists include representatives from Island Harvest, Zimmerman/Edelson, Farmingdale State College of New York, and Baker Tilly.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: PR Boot Camp
    Host: PRSA
    Date: March 11-12
    Location: Miami
    Summary: Take a deep dive into the key aspects of the public relations profession. Whether you are a journalist, new graduate, transitioning from another field, new in your position or wanting to learn more about public relations, this overview with Robin Schell, APR, Fellow PRSA, will provide you with the knowledge you need.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: 2014 Pro-Am Day
    Host: PRSA Dallas
    Date: March 14
    Location: Dallas
    Summary: Pro-Am Day connects students with experienced public relations professionals through a shadowing opportunity followed by an educational luncheon program. Students will be paired with an experienced practitioner during the morning to gain valuable public relations insight and establish network contacts in this unique mentoring opportunity. Afterward, all participants are invited to the PRSA Dallas luncheon for more mingling and to see a fantastic panel of North Texas communicators headlining, "All-Star Insights."
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Evolution of Media: How Newsrooms Are Adapting to the Ever-Changing Digital Media Environment
    Host: PR Newswire
    Date: March 20
    Location: Webinar
    Summary: This webinar will cover how today’s media continues to reinvent their newsrooms and journalists adapt to a faster news cycle. The discussion will tackle issues such as: the debate between speed versus accuracy; owning up to misinformation; tools to help journalists deliver accurate news faster than before.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Social Media ROI for Journalists
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: March 25
    Location: Online
    Summary: This free, one-hour webinar will examine the four stages of social media use in the newsroom: from an active presence, to engagement, to steeting the conversation, to full integration. This webinar will be of interest to managers overseeing social media and online news, and for individuals who are beginning to ask (or are being asked by their publishers), “Is all this time on social media worth it?”
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Detecting Corporation Fraud
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: March 27
    Location: Phoenix
    Summary: In this free workshop, journalists will learn techniques for digging – with an eye for fraud – into U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings and other disclosures.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Investigating Stockbrokers and Financial Advisers
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: April 9
    Location: Online
    Summary: Learn whether stockbrokers or investment advisers have run afoul of regulators or been the subject of customer complaints. This one-hour webinar will guide you through the FINRA BrokerCheck database and the SEC’s Investment Adviser registration database. You’ll also learn how state securities regulators police the industry and how to obtain results of their investigations for your stories.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Disruptive Innovation and Strategic Counsel: Keeping Your Institution (And You) Relevant
    Host: PRSA
    Date: April 9-11
    Location: Washington, D.C.
    Summary: Higher education communicators have a full course load, from dealing with the rise in massive open online courses (MOOCs) to preparing a campus-wide crisis communications program. The PRSA Counselors to Higher Education (CHE) Senior Summit offers creative approaches to keep your communication strategies and tactics cutting edge.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Strategic Corporate Communications Leadership Summit
    Host: IABC
    Date: April 10-11
    Location: Washington, D.C.
    Summary: If you are responsible for corporate communication, public relations, human resources, social media, marketing or organizational effectiveness, join us as we reveal the latest corporate communication strategies, techniques and measurement tools.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Creating a Strong Brand Identity Through Persuasive Messaging
    Host: NJ CAMA
    Date: April 17
    Location: Princeton, N.J.
    Summary: Whether your business is large or small, a strong brand identity is the key to standing out in a crowded marketplace. Guest speakers will lead an enlightening discussion on creating and maintaining your brand, developing a powerful voice, and how technology can support those efforts.  The event is co-sponsored by the NJ Creative Professionals.
    Complete event info here.

    Whether you're a reporter, blogger, author or other content creator, ProfNet can help you with your search for expert sources. You can send a query to tens of thousands of experts and PR agents, search the more than 60,000 profiles on ProfNet Connect, or get timely experts and story ideas by email -- all for free! Need help getting started? Email us at profnet@profnet.com

    Upcoming PR/Media Events

    Friday, February 21, 2014, 11:00 AM [Upcoming Events]
    0 (0 Ratings)

    We regularly update our ProfNet Connect calendar to include upcoming events we think will be of interest to PR and media professionals. Here are a few events coming up over the next few weeks. Know of an event coming up? Email us the details and we’ll include in our next post.

    Event: Future of Healthcare Communications Summit
    Host: Business Development Institute
    Date: Feb. 25
    Location: New York
    Summary: This summit will demonstrate how the rapidly evolving digital landscape is influencing patient-focused communications tactics within the healthcare industry.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Tactics for Maximizing Your Press Releases
    Host: PR Newswire
    Date: Feb. 26
    Location: Online
    Summary: Learn how to create press releases that can compete with the best of the Web's content for audience attention, including press release tactics such as writing headlines that inspire action; constructing your news release copy to channel the interest of your readers; and optimizing content for maximum search engine benefit for your brand.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Detecting Corporate Fraud
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: Feb. 26
    Location: Baltimore
    Summary: This workshop is for any journalist who wants to learn the basics of corporate fraud detection using public documents. Attendees will leave with fundamental methods for inspecting public filings for corporate fraud. The information gained in this session will allow reporters to spot red flags in corporate disclosures and understand when to pursue a potential fraud investigation.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Ensure That Your Content Makes the Cut
    Host: PRSA
    Date: Feb. 26
    Location: Online
    Summary: In this webinar, you will learn useful tactics that will help you develop distinctive content that reaches and appeals to your target audience.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Fires, Spoiled Food and Norovirus – Your Dream Vacation on the High Seas
    Host: IABC Detroit
    Date: Feb. 27
    Location: Dearborn, Mich.
    Summary: Keith Spondike, vice president of marketing and communication for Silversea Luxury Cruises, will discuss crisis communications on the high seas and how not to handle a crisis.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Chapter Breakfast Meeting
    Host: PRSA Dallas
    Date: Feb. 28
    Location: Dallas
    Summary: Karen Raskopf, chief communications officer at Dunkin' Brands, will share how Dunkin' is using social media.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Pitching Boot Camp
    Host: PRSA
    Date: March 6
    Location: Online
    Summary: Media pitching coach Michael Smart’s most popular workshop offers hundreds of practical tips that will instantly boost your media and blog coverage.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Second Annual Pitching Long Island
    Host: PR Professionals of Long Island
    Date: March 11
    Location: Plainview, N.Y.
    Summary: If you live or work on Long Island, this panel discussion will open your eyes to what it takes to market the region. Panelists include representatives from Island Harvest, Zimmerman/Edelson, Farmingdale State College of New York, and Baker Tilly.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Social Media ROI for Journalists
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: March 25
    Location: Online
    Summary: This free, one-hour webinar will examine the four stages of social media use in the newsroom: from an active presence, to engagement, to steeting the conversation, to full integration. This webinar will be of interest to managers overseeing social media and online news, and for individuals who are beginning to ask (or are being asked by their publishers), “Is all this time on social media worth it?”
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Detecting Corporation Fraud
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: March 27
    Location: Phoenix
    Summary: In this free workshop, journalists will learn techniques for digging – with an eye for fraud – into U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings and other disclosures.
    Complete event info here.

    Whether you're a reporter, blogger, author or other content creator, ProfNet can help you with your search for expert sources. You can send a query to tens of thousands of experts and PR agents, search the more than 60,000 profiles on ProfNet Connect, or get timely experts and story ideas by email -- all for free! Need help getting started? Email us at profnet@profnet.com

    Upcoming PR/Media Events

    Friday, February 14, 2014, 10:43 AM [Upcoming Events]
    0 (0 Ratings)

    We regularly update our ProfNet Connect calendar to include upcoming events we think will be of interest to PR and media professionals. Here are a few events coming up over the next few weeks. Know of an event coming up? Email us the details and we’ll include in our next post.

    Event: How to Keep Your Content Relevant in the Age of the Selfie
    Host: PR Newswire
    Date: Feb. 18
    Location: Santa Monica, Calif.
    Summary: PR Newswire’s global director of emerging media, Michael Pranikoff, will discuss you how can spark and capture your audience’s attention with tactics that can be adopted to keep your story fresh and attention growing.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Tech Marketing 360
    Host: OMS
    Date: Feb. 18-20
    Location: Dana Point, Calif.
    Summary: Tech Marketing 360 is the only event dedicated to technology marketers. Discover the most current and cutting-edge innovations and strategies to drive tech marketing success, and hear from and engage with companies like Dun & Broadstreet, ExactTarget, IDC, Leo Burnett, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Juniper Networks, SAS, Young & Rubicam, and more.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: PR and Social Media Conference
    Host: Ragan Communications
    Date: Feb. 18-19
    Location: Washington, D.C.
    Summary: This conference will provide you with the strategies you need to measure the success of your online communications with advocates, customers, media and other stakeholders. You’ll walk away from this event knowing how to measure what matters in a simple way, without breaking the bank.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Love Bytes: The Complex Relationship Between Brands and Online Customers
    Host: Social Media Club NYC
    Date: Feb. 20
    Location: New York
    Summary: February is the month of love. In the age of digital and social, every customer loves to share their personal experience about a brand. In return, brands love this type of feedback, especially on review sites. What happens when this beautiful relationship turns sour? How should brands moderate negative comments on review sites? How can brands and consumers judge the veracity of a review? Join this interactive discussion with experts on this topic.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Speed Networking Event
    Host: PR Professionals of Long Island
    Date: Feb. 20
    Location: Melville, N.Y.
    Summary: Get your business cards ready to network with other public relations, marketing and communications practitioners.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Future of Healthcare Communications Summit
    Host: Business Development Institute
    Date: Feb. 25
    Location: New York
    Summary: This summit will demonstrate how the rapidly evolving digital landscape is influencing patient-focused communications tactics within the healthcare industry.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Tactics for Maximizing Your Press Releases
    Host: PR Newswire
    Date: Feb. 26
    Location: Online
    Summary: Learn how to create press releases that can compete with the best of the Web's content for audience attention, including press release tactics such as writing headlines that inspire action; constructing your news release copy to channel the interest of your readers; and optimizing content for maximum search engine benefit for your brand.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Detecting Corporate Fraud
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: Feb. 26
    Location: Baltimore
    Summary: This workshop is for any journalist who wants to learn the basics of corporate fraud detection using public documents. Attendees will leave with fundamental methods for inspecting public filings for corporate fraud. The information gained in this session will allow reporters to spot red flags in corporate disclosures and understand when to pursue a potential fraud investigation.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Ensure That Your Content Makes the Cut
    Host: PRSA
    Date: Feb. 26
    Location: Online
    Summary: In this webinar, you will learn useful tactics that will help you develop distinctive content that reaches and appeals to your target audience.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: “Fires, Spoiled Food and the Norovirus – Your Dream Vacation on the High Seas”
    Host: IABC Detroit
    Date: Feb. 27
    Location: Dearborn, Mich.
    Summary: Keith Spondike, vice president of marketing and communication for Silversea Luxury Cruises, will discuss crisis communications on the high seas and how not to handle a crisis.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Pitching Boot Camp
    Host: PRSA
    Date: March 6
    Location: Online
    Summary: Media pitching coach Michael Smart’s most popular workshop offers hundreds of practical tips that will instantly boost your media and blog coverage.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Second Annual Pitching Long Island
    Host: PR Professionals of Long Island
    Date: March 11
    Location: Plainview, N.Y.
    Summary: If you live or work on Long Island, this panel discussion will open your eyes to what it takes to market the region. Panelists include representatives from Island Harvest, Zimmerman/Edelson, Farmingdale State College of New York, and Baker Tilly.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Social Media ROI for Journalists
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: March 25
    Location: Online
    Summary: This free, one-hour webinar will examine the four stages of social media use in the newsroom: from an active presence, to engagement, to steeting the conversation, to full integration. This webinar will be of interest to managers overseeing social media and online news, and for individuals who are beginning to ask (or are being asked by their publishers), “Is all this time on social media worth it?”
    Complete event info here.

    Whether you're a reporter, blogger, author or other content creator, ProfNet can help you with your search for expert sources. You can send a query to tens of thousands of experts and PR agents, search the more than 60,000 profiles on ProfNet Connect, or get timely experts and story ideas by email -- all for free! Need help getting started? Email us at profnet@profnet.com

    Upcoming PR/Media Events

    Friday, January 31, 2014, 11:37 AM [Upcoming Events]
    0 (0 Ratings)

    We regularly update our ProfNet Connect calendar to include upcoming events we think will be of interest to PR and media professionals. Here are a few events coming up over the next few weeks. Know of an event coming up? Email us the details and we’ll include in our next post.

    Event: Introduction to Search Engine Optimization
    Host: ASJA
    Date: Feb. 5
    Location: New York
    Summary: This presentation will cover the basics of search engine keywords, including how to research, select, and incorporate keywords into documents, and how to make content "search-engine friendly." Presenters will also provide an overview of how online pages are structured, covering such concepts as title tags, meta description, and header tags.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Perfecting Personality Profiles
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: Feb. 5-6
    Location: Online
    Summary: Pulitzer winner Jacqui Banaszynski will explore the characteristics of memorable and accurate profiles, as well as offer a range of profile approaches that can suit your purpose, publication and audience. She’ll also dive more deeply into the reporting and writing techniques that can help any beat reporter pursue sparkling profiles.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Influencer Marketing Forum
    Host: Business Development Institute
    Date: Feb. 6
    Location: New York
    Summary: Learn how leading brands and agencies are harnessing influencer marketing to earn media and gain authenticity for their brands.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Content as Commerce: Are Brands Disrupting the Media Business?
    Host: New York Women in Communications
    Date: Feb. 6
    Location: New York
    Summary: As advertisers get into publishing and the Federal Trade Commission investigates, what does it all mean for brands? This conversation will feature Linda Descano of Citi and Diane DiCostanzo of Time Inc Content Solutions.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Transform Your Pitch From Snooze to News
    Host: PRSA
    Date: Feb. 6
    Location: Online
    Summary: Journalists are fewer and farther between, and they are more harried and overworked than ever. Also, bloggers are developing a reputation for impatience with -- even an aversion to -- public relations pitches. This webinar will teach you eight proven ways to transform your routine story into the type of content that grabs their attention in the first sentence.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Executive Leadership Seminar
    Host: IABC
    Date: Feb. 6
    Location: New Orleans
    Summary: Explore the nature of good leadership and learn how to build your reputation as a business leader and someone who can engage employees and deliver business results.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Small-Business Media Luncheon
    Host: Publicity Club of New York
    Date: Feb. 12
    Location: New York
    Summary: Hear from journalists from Crain’s New York Business, Inc. magazine, MSNBC’s “Your Business,” New York Times, and SmallBizTechnology.com.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Do’s and Don’ts of Self-Publishing
    Host: ASJA
    Date: Feb. 12
    Location: New York
    Summary: Are you thinking about self-publishing for the first time? Don't make these common mistakes that most authors make. Miral Sattar, CEO of author services marketplace BiblioCrunch.com, will go over the ins and outs of self-publishing and help you create your publishing checklist to make sure you put out the best book possible.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Monthly Luncheon
    Host: PRSA Dallas
    Date: Feb. 13
    Location: Dallas
    Summary: When it comes to texting and driving, no text is worth a life or injury. Brad Burns, vice president of global media relations at AT&T, will share how AT&T is leading an aggressive, national effort to reach more people with their message to never text and drive.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: PR and Social Media Conference
    Host: Ragan Communications
    Date: Feb. 18-19
    Location: Washington, D.C.
    Summary: This conference will provide you with the strategies you need to measure the success of your online communications with advocates, customers, media and other stakeholders. You’ll walk away from this event knowing how to measure what matters in a simple way, without breaking the bank.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Love Bytes: The Complex Relationship Between Brands and Online Customers
    Host: Social Media Club NYC
    Date: Feb. 20
    Location: New York
    Summary: February is the month of love. In the age of digital and social, every customer loves to share their personal experience about a brand. In return, brands love this type of feedback, especially on review sites. What happens when this beautiful relationship turns sour? How should brands moderate negative comments on review sites? How can brands and consumers judge the veracity of a review? Join this interactive discussion with experts on this topic.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Future of Healthcare Communications Summit
    Host: Business Development Institute
    Date: Feb. 25
    Location: New York
    Summary: This summit will demonstrate how the rapidly evolving digital landscape is influencing patient-focused communications tactics within the healthcare industry.
    Complete event info here.

    Event: Detecting Corporate Fraud
    Host: Reynolds Center for Business Journalism
    Date: Feb. 26
    Location: Baltimore
    Summary: This workshop is for any journalist who wants to learn the basics of corporate fraud detection using public documents. Attendees will leave with fundamental methods for inspecting public filings for corporate fraud. The information gained in this session will allow reporters to spot red flags in corporate disclosures and understand when to pursue a potential fraud investigation.
    Complete event info here.

    Whether you're a reporter, blogger, author or other content creator, ProfNet can help you with your search for expert sources. You can send a query to tens of thousands of experts and PR agents, search the more than 60,000 profiles on ProfNet Connect, or get timely experts and story ideas by email -- all for free! Need help getting started? Email us at profnet@profnet.com


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