Houston, TX, January 02, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- (www.projectzevents.com) Project Z®, has just been named as the first exclusive agency partner in the U.S. agency for the World Communication Forum (WCF) Geneva Week to be held in Geneva, Switzerland, March 13-17, 2017.
Project Z Founder and Chief Events Officer (CEO), Danelia Argueta, said, “The team is excited about the launch of Project Z and commencing this journey as the first exclusive agency partner in the U.S. for WCF Geneva Week 2017. I believe we earned this distinction because of our understanding of the event marketing industry in the United States. The WCF can rest assured that Project Z will work to secure members and sponsors for this prestigious global communication forum in Geneva.”
The WCF Forum aims to shape the global communication agenda and foresee new opportunities for communication’s impact on the future of humanity. WCF Geneva Week 2017 will focus on four different areas of communication: Global & Corporate Communication, Branding & Design, Science & Innovation Communication, and Education & Communication.
Yanina Dubeykovskaya, World Communication Forum (WCF) Founder, Content Director, and WCFA President said: “During the past seven years, the Forum in Davos helped us shape a global community of communicators who view our profession as a mission – the mission to make this world more connected, more open, and more trusted. We believe that, especially today, communication is the key driver for the future development of the world, of humanity, and of each individual. We have created a new format for holding a business event and we have accepted representatives of more than 58 countries in our WCF family.”
Project Z's Argueta said, “Although the internet has made it easier to communicate with individuals worldwide, nothing can ever replace face-to-face connections. Brands have an opportunity to not only engage with other world leaders but also represent their services, products, and their team’s expertise.”
Over 263 speakers have presented during the WCF’s seven-year history. Dubeykovskaya stated, “We launched the regional WCF format back in 2013 and we have already held over 15 regional forums in different countries. What is best of all is that we have made a lot of friends.” She added, “I want to thank our partners: Project Z (USA), The Story (Poland), Don Valley (South Africa), GROU (Ukraine), Kaiser Communication (Germany), RADA (Egypt), JSP Communications (Nigeria), CROS (Russia), M3 Communications Group, Inc. (Bulgaria), Capital Communications (Hungary), Competence Communication (Italy).”
WCF (2010-2016) – Attendance:
42% agency managers, 32% corporate communication directors, 11% university representatives, 10% government representatives, 5% media. Representing 58 countries: 165+ consultancies,115+ companies, 125+ partners, 19 government units, 20 international organizations, 22 educational institutions, and 45 media partners.
WCF Geneva Week 2017 preliminary agenda:
March 13, Geneva Motor Show: Branding & Design
March 14, UN Headquarters: Global orgs & Government communications
March 15, UN Headquarters: Global companies & Business Development
March 16, CERN: Science, Innovation & Technology
March 17, GLION Institute of Higher Education: Education in Communications
U.S. companies, non-profit organizations, government representatives, media organizations, and individuals interested in learning more about the World Communication Forum Geneva Week 2017 can contact Project Z for more information and available discounts.
About Project Z
Project Z is a Latina-owned, global events marketing, and branding strategy agency based in Houston, TX. Our mission is to maximize our clients’ sponsorship dollars and provide all the resources available to help them execute effective event campaigns. Our strategic solutions elevate brand awareness and delivers results that provide memorable interactive experiences. For more information about Project Z, visit http://www.projectzevents.com.
About the World Communication Forum
The main aim of the World Communication Forum and the WCFA association is to increase all communicators’ influence on the future of humanity, on the development of the business in different countries, on their nations, and on each person in particular. The Communication for the Future (C4F) Awards ceremony will also take place in Geneva. For more information about WCF, visit http://www.forumdavos.com.
For more details, contact:
Danelia Argueta, Project Z Chief Events Officer, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 877-363-6589 x3.