Save-the-date: Lundquist International Seminar in Digital Corporate Communications

Announcing the 2017 Lundquist International Seminar in Digital Corporate Communications and Webranking Awards. Now in its 16th edition, the seminar is Europe’s largest gathering of its kind and is hosted by Italian daily newspaper Corriere della Sera. Pencil in November 22 and start planning to join us in Milan.

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Last year saw more than 140 companies registered and leading names on stage including Generali, Juventus, Eni, Orange, Roche and TUI Group.

 

The event is free of charge. Sponsors supporting us: Euroland and Siteimprove. To register, please contact: lucia.toietta@lundquist.it

 

Priority will be given to companies included in our research programmes.

 

At the end of the day the best performing companies in Webranking Italy and Switzerland 2017-2018 in the categories Listed and Non-listed companies will be recognised.

 

Watch the video from last year

 

 

To register, please contact: lucia.toietta@lundquist.it

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