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Article by Paula Barrett, IABC Waterloo

As communicators, we must think visually. With the demands placed on us by visual-based social channels, we need to develop an artist’s eye. Local communicators learned these lessons first-hand at our recent DIY Photography workshop at Steckle Heritage Farm, thanks to local artist Wendy Angel.



After a call out to members (and a fantastic response), I am excited to announce the proposed slate for the IABC Waterloo 2017-18 Board. This group will represent you, our members, for the 2017-18 year. If you have any questions, please connect with presidents@iabcwaterloo.com. If no one objects to the proposed slate, it will be ratified and take effect on July 1, 2017. You will have a chance to meet some of your new Board members at the AGM event on June 15. We hope to see you there!


Article originally published by Delia Loveless on the IABC Golden Horseshoe blog.

On March 29, 2017, IABC Waterloo hosted its first annual Break Through Communications Conference. Held at the Walper Hotel in Kitchener’s historic downtown, the sold-out conference struck the perfect balance of speakers from across industries, experience levels and expertise. Here are some of the key take-aways from each of the day's knowledgeable and engaging presenters:


Whether you grow your mo every November or not, you’ve likely heard of Movember. What started off as a fun idea between two Aussies in a bar, has become a worldwide movement bringing hairy lips to 21 countries every November.


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