Setting a standard of excellence since 1970, the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is a vibrant global membership association with thousands of members from around the world, representing many of the Global Fortune 500 companies.
IABC serves professionals in the field of business communication, bringing together the profession’s collective disciplines. We deliver on the Global Standard in communication through our educational offerings, certification, awards program, resource library, online magazine and annual World Conference.
We support our community of business communication professionals with innovative thinking, shared best practices, in-depth learning and career guidance.
IABC/Toronto is managed by an executive board of volunteer leaders. The Chapter is the largest chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators with more than 1,200 members from the Greater Toronto Area.
Our members hold positions in:
|Public relations||Internal Communications|
|Media relations||Corporate communications|
|Public affairs||Investor relations|
|Government relations||Marketing communications|
|Advertising||Photography and video production|
|Graphic design||Human resources|
The Toronto Chapter of IABC provides members with the tools and resources to excel at all levels of their communication engagements.
We support members with member benefits, such as:
- A meeting place for face-to-face networking opportunities
- Recognition and awards opportunities
- Regular newsletters and email bulletins
- CareerLine job board
- Volunteer opportunities.
- Knowledge Centre and online library with the research on effective business communication.
- Strategic communications tools, real-life case studies and ready-to-use templates.
- The collective experience of IABC’s worldwide network.
IABC is recognized as the professional association of choice for communicators who aspire to excel in their chosen fields, and is committed towards establishing and supporting the highest professional standards of quality and innovation in organizational communication.