Bringing to life the 4 pillars of modern employee communications

Bringing to life the 4 pillars of modern employee communications

About this Webinar

To be world-class at IC, we believe leaders of tomorrow — from the C-suite to corporate communications, HR, IT, and front-line management — need to create meaning from chaos, align their people, and drive results.

Watch Kieran Ivers, Enterprise Communication Specialist, Poppulo, and Matt Beninghof, Enterprise Solutions Engineer, Poppulo, who will show you how such success hinges on the 4 pillars of modern employee communications:

  1. Creating clarity with hyper-personalized communications.
  2. Driving action with analytics and performance insights. • Engaging anywhere with multi-channel messages.
  3. Orchestrating communications enterprise-wide with a secure, scalable platform.

Event details

30 mins


Kieran Ivers

Kieran Ivers

Enterprise Communication Specialist

Matt Beninghof

Matt Beninghof

Enterprise Solutions Engineer

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