Thanks to everyone who participated in our first international Meetup in Brussels. In the context of “post-facts” and “post-truth” topic every participant shared the list of media sources they trust and that shape their own realities about public agenda.
Start the New Year with the guided tour to the European capital of Brussels and attend ReputationTime conference on reputation building, brands and territories, on Friday, January 27 2017.
Why go digital today? Why not? Answers Gianni Catalfamo a former Co-Chairman of the world communication forum in Davos, Founder of cc:catalfamo – a consultancy boutique specialized in digital & social media leadership programs.
Is the future printed? Hopefully. We talked to Steven Watson – the founder of Stack Magazines – a service that delivers a different independent magazine to your door every month.
ReputationTime Masterclass trainer Ilze Dzenovska suggests 3 must-read books on leadership, conflict transformation and mindfulness.
On May 13, 2016, for the second year, Latvia hosted an international reputation management conference, ReputationTime, on the importance of reputation management in the digital age. The conference and masterclasses were attended by 400 business leaders, communications and marketing professionals, influencers, media professionals and students from all over Europe. More than 1000 people followed it online on Lattelecom online TV channel “360TV Ideja”.
On May 16, as a guest of the annual ReputationTime conference, the Editor-in-Chief of ZEITmagazin Christoph Amend held an Open Lecture and Das Masterclass for media professionals to share the tips & tricks of making a quality magazine that can survive in the digital age.
ZEITmagazin is one of Germany’s most prestigious and respected media brands. Why? Well, when we asked the Editor-in-Chief Christoph Amend to give us one quote that describes him and his work, he was very concise: Be different.
On Friday, May 6, 2016, just before our ReputationTime conference, we had a nice and fun Monthly Meetup. This time our dear friends and guests shared their stories on the leaders who inspire them. Here are some names we recommend to follow.
In 2012, during floods in Krymsk, Russia, Mitya Aleshkovskiy was one of the humanitarian aid co-ordinators. After returning back from this mission to Moscow, he ended his career as a photo reporter and created a charity organization Nuzhnapomosh.ru.