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Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities

By partnering with IABC, you align with one of the world's most respected communication associations, demonstrate your commitment to communication excellence and enjoy a generous package of marketing benefits that give you direct access to IABC’s global membership.

Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities

The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is a not-for-profit association that provides the content, credibility and community to help communication professionals succeed in their careers. Established in 1970, IABC provides knowledge products, education, certification, research and a 14,000-member global network in 70-plus countries. IABC is the premier knowledge network for professionals engaged in strategic communication management.

  • IABC members work in some of the world's most prestigious corporations and consulting firms with members in more than half the Fortune 500 and in 90 of the Fortune 100 companies.
  • IABC members are responsible for developing and executing strategic internal and external communication plans for corporations, governments, non-profits, educational institutions and consulting firms around the world.
  • IABC members have an average annual department budget of US$4 million.

Opportunities include:

  • IABC World Conference, June 2015 in San Francisco.
  • Advertising in CW, our monthly digital magazine.
  • Advertising in Weekly Digest, our member newsletter.
  • IABC professional development webinars and online workshops

To learn more about these and other sponsorship opportunities with IABC, please contact Frank Netherwood 415.544.4723 for more information and to reserve your place.

What Our Sponsors Say

"Towers Watson values our continuing partnership with IABC and Gold Quill. As the global consulting firm who pioneered the Change and Communication ROI study 10 years ago, we see a strong connection between the celebration of measurable results at Gold Quill and the effectiveness data we gather in our studies. It's hard work to deliver effective programs - learning from data and case studies helps practitioners make better investments of their time and other resources." -- Kathryn Yates, Towers Watson

2013 World Conference