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IABC – Minnesota interviewed Melissa Wexler, Vice President of PR Channel Sales, Brandpoint What is Brandpoint?  Brandpoint is a content promotion agency located in Hopkins, MN. We work with PR and communications professionals. I lead the division that works with the PR side of the industry. We help these professionals […]

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In 2022 – we’re here for you

From Andy Gardner, CMP2021/2022 IABC-MN Chair As communicators, we’re doing everything we can to help organizations send clear and concise messages in the face of so much uncertainty still – almost two years since the pandemic began.  Long hours, ambiguous tasks and stress levels soaring through the roof. You could […]

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From household CFO to IABC treasurer

Ianthe Zabel

How the IABC board brings value to members I check my bank account and credit card almost daily, serve as our household CFO, and work in financial services public affairs communications. So, the idea of taking on the IABC MN Treasurer role this year seemed like a somewhat natural fit. […]

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Building real, lasting relationships

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Michael Walsh, ABC, APR Looking to build real, lasting professional relationships that can move your career forward? Look no further than IABC In my 20 + years as a member of IABC, one thing keeps me renewing year after year: the diversity of the members and the networking opportunities presented. […]

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Lead Like Ted

By Cory Weaver, vice president, chapter engagement If you’re reading this, I feel fairly confident making two assumptions about you: You influence communications in some shape or form wherever you work You’ve at least heard of Ted Lasso, the hit show from Apple TV How did I do – 1 […]

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Empathy: Its role in critical communications

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For many different reasons, the last few years have brought a lot of us to our knees. Professional and personally. I’m sure many you found yourselves in similar positions as I did. I’ve been concerned about my family, my co-workers, my community, and naturally . . . my own wellbeing. […]

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Get connected with IABC MN

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By Katy Sullivan and Diana Dukich Katy Sullivan Diana Dukich As IABC MN board members, we might be biased about the value of IABC MN – especially since our role is to deliver a great chapter experience. Give us a few moments to convince you that there are many reasons […]

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