The Columbus Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators

THE NETWORK FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATORS

  Learn more about IABC Columbus                                    (Photo: Ohio Tourism Division)

  Learn more about IABC Columbus (Photo: Ohio Tourism Division)

The Bronze Quill Award recognizes excellence in communications within central Ohio. Winning a Bronze Quill places you in a league with some of the best communicators in the field. This distinction says you’re setting the standard for communications excellence. Winning a Bronze Quill Award is not just a great way to gain visibility and added credibility, but can go a long way in the eyes of current or future clients.

We're now accepting entries for the 2015 Bronze Quill competition. We know you've done some great work, so why not be recognized for it!

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When you become an IABC member, you join a network of more than 15,000 business communicators worldwide. We are a learning community for professionals committed to improving the effectiveness of organizations through strategic communication.

IABC members practice the disciplines of corporate communication, employee/internal communication, marketing communication, public relations/external communication, media relations, community relations, public affairs, investor relations and government relations.

Learn more about what it means to be an IABC member and discover the many opportunities for personal and professional advancement that await you.

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You’ve known them, you’ve met them, and you’ve read about them — communications professionals who exhibit one-of-a-kind integrity and vision. Without knowing it, they raise the bar for success and garner your respect.

They are outstanding and passionate role models in the Columbus area who have earned the spotlight, not only for their dedication to the profession, but for how they have poured their energy and spirit into making our community a better place to live.

We're looking for your help in choosing our Distinguished Communicator of the Year.

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