We are pleased to announce our pre-summer apéro to be held on Tuesday 16 June 2015 at 18.30. This year will be a special event organized jointly with the Swiss chapter of the IABC (International Association of Business Communicators) and will feature a brief presentation from a renowned communicator,  Brenda Tilke, currently Senior Communications Manager and myRoche Editor at F. Hoffmann-La Roche, will speak about story-telling for internal communications, using science as an example. The event will take place at the Restaurant Le Pyramus located in the Geneva Botanical Gardens:
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Date: Tuesday 16 June 2015
Time: 18h30 to 21h00
Location: Restaurant du Jardin Botanique, Chemin de l’impératrice 1, 1292 Chambésy-Genève
Registration fee: CHF 35.- per person for members of the GCN or IABC, CHF 45.- for non-members (includes drinks and snacks)
Note: Please be sure to come into the park before 19h as the park closes then to the public.

Register here for the event>>

About the speaker: Brenda Tilke has long been fascinated by the stories behind science. She started her career in the Philadelphia area with a publisher of nursing books and magazines. Brenda then switched to healthcare reporting, spending eight years as the senior writer and editor for national medical trade press magazines for allied health Btilke drawing (1)professionals.  In 1999, Brenda and her husband moved from the United States to Europe. She continued her healthcare journalism career, writing for international media covering the fields of medical imaging and therapeutic radiology.  Brenda joined Roche in 2008 as Communications Manager in Pharma Communications. Currently, she is Senior Communications Manager in Roche Group Communications and one of the editors of myRoche, the company’s multiple award-winning print and electronic news and feature channel reaching more than 88,500 Roche employees worldwide. Brenda has also won several IABC awards.  More information about Brenda can be found on her LinkedIn profile >>

 

 

 

 

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