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Creating world-class communications to engage and inspire
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Creating world-class communications to engage and inspire

About this Webinar

Poppulo’s unrivalled, enterprise-grade, employee communications software helps 900+ organizations communicate with 25 million employees across 100 countries.

Poppulo’s Senior Digital Communications Designer, Sarah Slattery, will share best practice tips on how to create world-class communications to engage and inspire your workforce. Looking through the lens of the Poppulo cultural values, Sarah will share knowledge on brand alignment, adapting to succeed and the importance of keeping employees connected to each other and to the overall company goals.

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20 mins

Speaker

Sarah Slattery

Sarah Slattery

Manager, Design-Enterprise

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