Montreal, May 14th 2015 / CNW / La version numérique des médias; les mises à jour constantes et les besoins des médias
CNW hosted this morning a Breakfast with the Media event in Montreal with a panel discussion about how online news is reshaping the Canadian media landscape.
Eric Latour, Media Manager
Yann Pineau, Directeur principal, Amélioration continue, à la rédaction de La Presse
Yannick Clérouin, Directeur de contenus, chef de publications Les Affaires.com et section Investir chez Les Affaires
“Je voulais te réitérer ma grande satisfaction face à l’événement de ce matin. J’ai trouvé le contenu fort intéressant, les intervenants fort pertinents et l’animateur très allumé et capable de relancer le débat de manière fort habile!
À en juger par les réactions des gens au micro et la pertinence des questions posées, on voyait bien que c’est un sujet qui passionne les communicateurs en nous.
Belle réussite et encore Félicitations!” – André Lavoie, Lawyer and Senior Communications Advisor for Massy-Forget Langlois Relations Publiques
Montreal, May 14th 2015 @rlcom
About CNW’s Breakfast with the Media
For more than 20 years CNW has hosted free educational events for the Canadian public relations and investor relations professionals within its client roster. Often imitated but never duplicated, CNW’s award-winning Breakfast with the Media event series brings together Canada’s media and communications industries for lively, relevant discussions.
by Lynette Ryals and Javier Marcos
The practice of business-to-business selling is in a curious state. On the one hand, commentators and academics are repeatedly telling us that transactional selling is outmoded and that relational selling is the ‘new normal.’ On the other hand, most businesses are operating with traditional models of salesperson recruitment and training. The American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) estimates that in the U.S., $15 billion is spent per year on sales training. However, many salespeople find the training they receive either ineffective or less than useful. Given the importance of skills and capabilities to sales performance, businesses need to reconsider who they recruit into sales roles, and how they train them.
Read full article on Harvard Business Review
Toronto Stock Exchange continues its endorsement of CNW for newswire and webcast services
January 6, 2015
TORONTO, January 6, 2015 – CNW and Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) announced today that TSX will continue its endorsement of CNW for its newswire and financial results webcasting services. TSX has endorsed CNW’s newswire services since 2003. CNW is the only newswire provider commercially endorsed by TSX.
“We feel the CNW brand speaks to quality, integrity and expertise,” said Ungad Chadda, Senior Vice President, Toronto Stock Exchange. “We use CNW for our own investor relations communications and find their one-stop-shop approach helpful in reducing complexity. CNW‘s services also fit well with what we provide to our issuers through our TSX Company Services offering.”
Nicole Guillot, President and CEO, CNW and Loui Anastasopoulos, Vice President, Business Development and Company Services, Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange along with members of their teams, celebrate TSX’s endorsement of CNW for its newswire and financial results webcasting services at a market open ceremony on Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015. (CNW Group/CNW Group Ltd.)
Read full story here http://www.tmx.com/newsroom/press-releases?id=245&year=2015&lang=en
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