Communication Director Newsletter - 04.06.2015
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Welcome to the June issue of Communication Directory newsletter

Necessity, they say, is the mother of invention. But the fast evolving business landscape, which provokes profound changes in the way communicators work, is also an opportunity for the communications discipline to reinvent, innovate and add far greater value to the organisation. That’s the argument of Shravani Dang, vice president and group head of corporate communications at Avantha Group, whose article in the upcoming issue of Communication Director magazine we present in this month’s newsletter.

Also in this newsletter, along with the regular updates about events, personnel changes and jobs, we take a look at recent, illuminating research into authentic corporate purpose - a quality difficult to pin down, perhaps, but always obvious when it's there or not. How can communication strategies define and disseminate a corporation’s fundamental objectives? The survey sheds some interesting light on this tricky question.

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Macau-based casino operator Sands China Ltd has announced the appointment of Winnie Wong as its vice president of corporate communications and community affairs. Wong has more than 14 years of experience working in Macau and Hong ...  + 
One of Singapore’s most highly regarded marketers is leaving the country after a three and a half year stint. René de Monchy, the head of marketing for Asia Pacific Breweries Singapore, which locally brews Tiger Beer, ...  + 
Kanika Kalra has been named head of public relations at Practo Technologies, which connects consumers with medical professionals. She was previously public relations officer at TaxiForSure and before that held positions as assistant ...  + 
Nathan Burman has returned to his role as head of PR and communications at Twitter Australia, following a period of time off for paternity leave. Burman is a senior professional with more than 10 years experience in public ...  + 
Location: Kuala Lumpur
Hilton Worldwide
Location: Shanghai
The Ministry of Manpower
Location: Singapore
Location: Manila, Philippines
As a disruptive C-suite function, corporate communications can now offer more to an organisation than ever before

  Charles Darwin famously claimed that “it is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change”. In a rapidly changing global environment, constant change and disruption of the status quo is the new normal. And change is invariably both unpredictable and variable. In the communications sphere, the chief communications officer is being challenged to n  read more 
09.06.2015, Hong Kong
VMA Group’s Executive Director, Katrina Andrews, will launch VMA's highly-regarded annual holistic research into trends in the ...  + 
23.06.2015, Singapore
Now in its sixth year The 2015 PublicAffairsAsia Corporate Affairs Forum will examine how spheres of influence in Asia Pacific are changing, how to ...  + 
09.07.2015, Bangkok
This conference invites participants to consider the theme of “Innovative Communication and Sustainable Development in ASEAN” in across ...  + 
31.07.2015, Hong Kong
WHAT IS RISE? RISE is Web Summit’s first event in Asia. In 4 short years, Web Summit has become Europe’s ...  + 
Facts and Figures
An organisation’s corporate purpose can be defined as its reason for being, or more specifically, the underlying objective that unifies all stakeholders and ultimately represents that organisation’s role in the big wide world. But also important is that a corporate purpose be authentic – without authenticity an organisation can be subjected to mistrust and scepticism and ultimate  read more 
Codi Newsletter - 04.06.2015
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