The Membership Organization for Tomorrow’s CCOs and PR Agency CEOs.
The 270+ professionals in Page Up come from super global Fortune 500 companies, trophy-toting PR agencies, mind-bending academic institutions and impact-accelerating nonprofit organizations. And we want you. But, you know, only when you’re ready to step up.Read More
Page Up has more than 270 members, each of whom has an average of 15 years of industry experience. That's over 4,000 years of collective experience.Read More ›
Imagine surrounding yourself with more than 270 professionals who all want to pursue the best ideas and implement them in ways that change the world.Read More ›
When a bunch of folks with as much experience as we have, operating within multi-billion-dollar organizations spanning the globe, get together, you get some great examples of best practices.Read More ›
Page Up provides a welcoming context to have assumptions challenged and aspirations validated, and to provide an actionable platform for your ideas.Read More ›
We hold an annual conference that brings together our best thought leadership, renowned speakers and incredible networking with our peers.Read More ›
We get a tremendous level of support from the Page Up staff as well as from Page members, but when it comes down to it, Page Up is member-led.Read More ›
The first thing to say about what Page Up offers is that it starts with you, the member. Each and every one of us brings a unique perspective, industry experience, established and emerging skills and a desire to contribute. So, when you look at our programs, you will see that they are grounded in member participation, member expertise and member execution.
Clare Conley, senior director of Corporate Communications at Qualcomm, led a Think Thursday discussion figuring out how to get the most out of and measure a high touch program that seeks to raise awareness, shift perception and sometimes not drive coverage.
Traci Otey Blunt, senior vice president of corporate communications and Jon Schwartz, senior vice president of communications and public affairs at the National Football League (NFL) joined us for a discussion about how the NFL is reexamining where they fit in the larger fight against injustice.
Like other companies, employees of Mubadala, a global investment firm based in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, began working remotely in March. During the Emirates’ lockdown, the government sanitized public spaces, instituted nightly curfews (with SMS reminders to residents), ramped up testing and launched a contact tracing app (required for all residents and people visiting the area). After the number of COVID-19 cases began to decline in the UAE in early June, the Emirates relaxed restrictions on gathering in public places and organizations started to consider returning to offices.
Research Findings on the Transformed Role of Communications The COVID 19 pandemic and concurrent global societal unrest have caused a massive shift in how organizations operate and serve their stakeholders. Businesses are left to determine without hesitation how to survive and flourish amid the realities of our collective new normal. For communications professionals, this is both an enormous challenge and opportunity. Communicators have adapted to an environment that requires more frequent and transparent information sharing and embraced the role of helping their organizations create clarity, alignment and security for all stakeholders. At the same time, communicators must also embrace transformation by rapidly deploying digital technologies at scale to measure impact, recalibrate messaging and anticipate or mitigate potential risks. And finally, communicators must reinforce and amplify their organization’s corporate stewardship and continuously “do the right thing” while being responsive to, and engaging with, the diverse views of stakeholders. The world is filled with risk and rewards. The communications profession increasingly finds itself at the center as corporate leaders tackle the realities of running a business in an era of historic transformation.