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The International Association of Business Communicators’ Orange County Chapter offers a wide array of professional development and networking opportunities, as well as stimulating events and engaging programs. IABC OC’s people make a difference in the communications industry as they inspire, challenge and support colleagues and willingly share their expertise and insights.
Our organization of smart and successful communications professionals welcomes you to take advantage of IABC-OC’s enriching programs and superior networking opportunities.
Bring your challenge, success story or ask to IABC-OC’s Community building event on Tuesday, March 10. Our members and not-yet members work in diverse roles, including employee communications, public relations, marketing communications to name a few and many are independent communication consults. Through structured networking, connect with fellow communicators, gain advice and insights and develop a community of support that will help you continue learning and growing. See details and register now.
Date & Time
Tuesday, March 10, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Morton’s The Steakhouse
(South Coast Plaza)
1641 W Sunflower Ave
Santa Ana, CA 92704
I started coming to IABC events and was impressed by the continuing education and leadership opportunities. For me, it filled a social and networking gap. I wouldn’t have been able to start my own business without IABC.
Older IABC members learn from younger people what’s new and cutting-edge. Newer people can learn from IABC International. We learn as much from our casual conversations as we do from our meetings and events.
I could see very quickly that IABC was a combination of professional development and people. The breadth and depth of the professional development opportunities is unparalleled. It keeps me coming back and hungry for more.
IABC/OC provides education, inspiration, opportunities and connections that will transform you. When I launched a career in communications, I joined IABC and immediately got the support of the most generous communications professionals in Orange County.
I wanted to network locally, and a lot of my network was in Los Angeles and Northern California. I love the creative, intellectual atmosphere of the Orange County chapter.