Whether you’re onboarding a new client or assisting with a rebrand, it’s important to make sure that the business you’re supporting is able to effectively communicate its mission, values and differentiatorsPRXNE 2016 to its audience. From company messaging, core offerings and competitive analysis, there’s a lot to consider.

An effective and well-run messaging session can make a big difference to a business, ensuring everyone in the company – as well as key external partners, like a tech PR agency – are speaking the same language.

Join March’s managing director, Cheryl Gale, at PRXNE16 on Monday, June 13 at 1:45 p.m. for a discussion, How to Run a Client Messaging Session, which is part of the Tool Box Track. Cheryl will discuss tips and tricks for hosting a successful session. She will also provide guidance on how companies can develop their one-minute pitch.

PRXNE16 is the PRSA Northeast District’s annual conference and for the first time ever, the event is coming to Boston! Around 250 PR practitioners from across the region will gather at UMass Boston to learn from the industry’s top leaders. Keynote speakers include Christopher S. Penn, Vice President of Marketing Technology at SHIFT Communications and Carol Cone, Founder of Carol Cone on Purpose.

March Communications is also honored to be a sponsor of PRXNE16!

We hope to see you at the event.