Tuesday, June 6 – Friday, June 9, 2017
Baruch College/CUNY, New York, NY, USA
Offered in association with
Corporate Communications: An International Journal
Join us for Corporate Communication International’s Conference on Corporate Communication 2017 with its global focus on the theory, practice, roles, processes, and issues of concern to corporate communication scholars and practitioners. CCI continues to welcome all communication specialists at the annual Conference on Corporate Communication which has served not only as an academic platform for scholars but also a valuable professional development and continuing education opportunity for practitioners since 2001.
CCI’s 16th annual international conference will gather speakers from industry and universities in a collegial environment to exchange ideas and information on relevant issues facing the corporate communication profession.
Call for Papers & Proposals
The 2017 conference seeks submissions focused on applied corporate communication and implications for practice, as well as concepts, frameworks, and theories furthering corporate communication performance as a strategic management function. Topics of interest include:
|Reputation, image and identity management
Crisis, risk, and change management
Corporate communication policy and strategy
Corporate governance, policy, and practice
Government relations & issues management
Integrated advertising and marketing
Digital communication strategies; Big Data
|Corporate culture and employee engagement
Social media and Internet/intranet practices
Investor relations and sustainability reporting
Strategic corporate communication management
Strategic public relations and media relations
Metrics & research for corporate communication practice
Transparency and non-financial reporting
Featuring special conference session:
What Emerging Trends in Communications Mean for Practitioners
Perri Richman, VP, Communications for Ingersoll Rand Business Units
Plan to Participate!
We encourage submissions from organizations, practitioners, scholars, doctoral candidates and graduate students for original research, case studies, panel discussions, or complete sessions devoted to an issue.
If your proposal is selected you/your co-presenters will be invited to present at the Conference on Corporate Communication in June 2017 at Baruch College/CUNY in New York City. You do not have to submit a paper to present at the conference, only a proposal/abstract. Additionally, attendees are not required to submit a proposal/abstract to attend the conference.
Proposal/Abstract Submission Guideline:
1. Title, summary (limited to 150 words), covering, where applicable: purpose, approach,
findings, research, implications, and practical implications or applications, keywords, and
paper type. Also, include contact information for all authors (name, position, organization,
mail address, email address and phone).
2. Proposal/Abstract submissions should be single-spaced and use 11-point, Times New
Roman Font with 1″ margins. If you need to include citations, please list them within the
same page using APA style. Do not use endnotes or footnotes.
3. Indicate if submission is for a special conference panel.
4. Indicate whether you are submitting a proposal/abstract with a paper to follow or a
proposal/abstract alone. Paper guidelines will be posted on the conference webpage on
www.corporatecomm.org (coming soon).
DEADLINE EXTENDED: The deadline for submission of proposals/abstracts is January 31, 2017.
Papers for inclusion in the refereed conference Proceedings (published before the conference) are due March 15, 2017.
Share CCI’s Conference on Corporate Communication Call for Papers and Proposals 2017 [PDF]. Plan now to participate in June 2017!
Professionals and scholars not presenting at the conference are welcome and encouraged to attend and learn the latest communication theories, best practices and benefit from the continuing education and professional development opportunities!
The 2017 conference will be held at Baruch College/CUNY in the William and Anita Newman Conference Center, 151 East 25th Street, between Lexington and 3rd Avenues, New York, NY. CCI has arranged a limited number of blocked rooms at the Park South Hotel, three blocks from Baruch on 28th Street.
Emerald Group Publishing Limited will sponsor Best and Highly Commended Paper awards presented by Corporate Communications: An International Journal. Sponsored by Uhmms (USA), a communication training program, ACORN™ speaker commendations will also be presented.
Conference Featured Panels
Presented by: Corporate Communications: An International Journal
Presented by: Association for Business Communication
Conference presenters will receive a letter of acceptance mid February 2017. The acceptance will include a Presenter Registration Form and Hotel Reservation Form. A registration deposit of $300 is due no later than March 6, 2017.
Presenter Conference Registration Fees in USD:
|$775 Presenter Non-Member
$675 CCI Member & Academic Partner
$575 Doctoral Student or Hong Kong Chapter
|$475 MA Student
$375 Baruch Faculty
Registration deadline extended to May 15, 2017.
Attendee Conference Registration Fees in USD:
|$875 Corporate Non-Member
$775 Academic, Sole Practitioner or Nonprofit Non-Member
$675 CCI Member & Academic Partner
|$575 Doctoral Student/ Hong Kong Chapter
$475 MA Student
$375 Academic Partner Group (more than 3 attendees)
Park South Hotel CCI Block Rates in USD:
|Superior Queen: $289 plus tax||Superior King: $299 plus tax||Superior Double: $309 plus tax|
Please make your reservation no later than noon on April 6, 2017. Limited rooms are available. June is the tourist season in New York City. The Park South Hotel cannot guarantee availability or the CCI block rate after this date.
To make your reservation at the Park South Hotel, click here.
For further inquiries: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (001) 646.312.3749.
Past Feedback from Conference Presenters and Participants
CCI will challenge you with a great blend of practice and theory, global networking opportunities, and new ways to define the corporate communication profession in the digital age.
The CCI Conference is always unique in that it brings together a blend of academics and practitioners, a very rare admixture in the field of corporate communications.
The diversity and quality of original research and case studies truly made this a worthwhile and exciting event.
I was impressed by the way the CCI Conference brought together such a wide range of academic and industry perspectives and research on corporate communication issues from across the world. We need this kind of global conversation more than ever.
The conference was perfect! Communication is the name of the game, and it was useful, stimulating and fun to meet and interact with so many colleagues. I think it helped us all keep abreast of the best in the field. Thank you!
One of the best conferences on corporate communication I’ve attended.
One of the rare occasions where academics and practitioners of corporate communication truly communicate — inspiring!