Stuart Bruce was the moderator at the 2015 World Communication Forum in Davos. Communications and PR leaders from 34 countries and five continents gathered to listen to 48 speakers discuss a diverse range of topics that are shaping the global corporate communications and public relations agenda in 2015.
The 2015 Davos World Communication Forum not only had PR and corporate communications leaders from around the world, but also two government ministers: Faith Muthambi, Minister of Communication of the government of South Africa and Sheriff Bojang, Minister of Information and Communication of the government of Gambia; Hassan Falha, General Manager of the Ministry of Information of Lebanon, Dr Zoltan Kovacs, International Spokesperson of the government of Hungary; Roman Vassilenko, Chairman of the Committee for International Information, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kazakhstan; Peter Susko, Director of the Press Department, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, the Slovak Republic.
Other speakers at the Davos World Communication Forum 2015 included Colin Byrne, CEO of Weber Shandwick EMEA; ; Yogesh Joshi, President of the Association of Business Communicators of India; Zhao Dali, Vice President and Secretary General of China International Public Relations Association and Holly Zheng, President of Blue Focus International (one of China’s and the world’s biggest marketing services groups) and Rich Kylberg, Vice President Communications and Global Marketing, Arrow Electronics.
Colin Byrne, CEO of Weber Shandwick EMEA said: “I think the forum is terrific and brings an important new dimension to our discussions as a global industry.”
Stuart Bruce was also the editor of the World Communication Review, which contained essays and papers from many of the speakers at the forum.
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