February 27 – 28, 2019 Eden Roc, Miami, Florida

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The conference for forward-thinking communications leaders.

Join us for the largest and most important gathering of crisis communicators. You may think you’re not a “crisis communicator” but every PR or marketing professional must wear that hat on a daily basis. Hosted by the leading brand for communicators, PR News, the Crisis Management Summit is your graduate course and a unique opportunity to connect with like-minded peers during various networking opportunities including a ceviche tasting and opening reception. And we’re doing it all at the beautiful Eden Roc in Miami because we know that with all this crisis talk you will need to chill out. Sign up before Discounted rates expire on February 27.

“Leadership is a way of thinking, a way of acting, and most importantly, a way of communicating”
— Simon Sinek, author of Start with Why

Summit Networking & Bonuses

  • Discover the delicious flavors of ceviche during our Ceviche Tasting
  • Make long-lasting connections with other Comms peeps during the Opening Reception
  • Executive Summary (we take notes so you don’t have to)
  • 6-Pack of Crisis Checklists (you’re welcome!)
  • Copy of the 2019 Crisis Management Guidebook ($499 value)
  • Post-Summit Conference Call with Attendees & Speakers (in case you still have questions)
  • Exclusive LinkedIn Group for Summit Attendees

Day 1, February 27

Facebook Workshop

  1. 8:30 am - 9:00 am

    Registration & Networking Breakfast

  2. 9:00 am - 10:00 am

    Create a Compelling Visual Identity on Facebook for Your Brand

    Content is king, and these days visual content is the way to go to attract and engage your audience. Step up your game with your images, graphics and videos and watch your follower numbers skyrocket.

    What You’ll Learn:

    • How to leverage the psychology of images to draw people in to your content
    • When it’s appropriate to use images, graphics or videos and how to determine which is best for specific messages
    • How to generate visual content that captivates your audience
    • Becca Cooper

      Becca Cooper

      Head of Digital Strategy for the Americas
      Cognito
    • Rhiannon Sawyer

      Rhiannon Sawyer

      Director, Social Media Strategy and Operations
      WeWork
    • Tod Plotkin

      Tod Plotkin

      Principal
      Green Buzz Agency
  3. 10:00 am - 10:45 am

    How to Measure Your Customers’ Engagement Using Facebook Analytics

    Native analytics on Facebook can provide you with a whole host of data about who is engaging with your content, but it can be a challenge to glean actionable insights from the numbers. That’s where we come in.

    What You’ll Learn:

    • What metrics to pay attention to based on different objectives
    • What Facebook tells its partners, like IBM, about optimizing content
    • How to tell why content isn’t resonating using analytics, and what adjustments are needed
    • How to use data to move away from “spray-and-pray” tactics and toward meaningful engagements with audiences
    • Brandi Boatner

      Brandi Boatner

      Social and Influencer Communications Lead, Global Markets
      IBM
    • Jon Chang

      Jon Chang

      Product Marketing Manager, Watson Marketing
      IBM Watson
  4. 10:45 am - 11:00 am

    Networking Break

  5. 11:00 am - 11:45 am

    How to Protect Your Brand on Facebook Amid Concerns of Data Breaches, Fake News and Regulation

    While the Facebook has had its fair share of issues over the past year, research shows it is still the most popular social media site among U.S. adults. We’ll show you how to maintain the safety of your brand amid changes and customer trust issues while getting the most out of the platform.

    What You’ll Learn:

    • How to connect with customers who may be worried about data security
    • What to do if you’re inadvertently targeted by fake news on Facebook
    • Regulations that are in the pipeline and how to determine the ramifications for your brand
    • Kathy Baird

      Kathy Baird

      Group Managing Director
      Ogilvy
    • Melissa Baratta

      Melissa Baratta

      Senior Vice President
      Affect
    • Regan Farley

      Regan Farley

      Communications Associate
      NAACP
  6. 11:45 am - 12:30 pm

    Using Facebook Live to Connect With Your Audience

    Facebook Live can be a great way for even a small company to engage with customers and attract new audiences. With just a smart phone and some on-screen talent, it’s a cost-effective way to communicate your message in an authentic way. In this session, you’ll learn how to get the most out of your livestreams.

    What You’ll Learn:

    • How to determine which ideas belong on live or pre-recorded video
    • Best practices for answering audience questions during the course of the live stream
    • How to incorporate influencers into your livestreams in a way that feels authentic and interesting
    • Stacey DePolo

      Stacey DePolo

      Social Media Manager
      GoDaddy
    • David Quiñones

      David Quiñones

      VP, Editorial & Content
      RockOrange

Media Training Workshop

  1. 8:30 am - 9:00 am

    Registration & Networking Breakfast

  2. 9:00 am - 9:45 am

    Prepping the C-Suite for a Quotable Interview

    It can be tough to get busy executives to make time to speak with the press, but the payoffs can be huge. From selling the interview to your CEO to making media coaching quick, easy and effective, this session will give you everything you need to position your leader as an authority in her field, keep control of messaging and sail through even the most difficult moments with journalists.

    What you’ll learn:

    • How to sell press interviews to busy C-suite executives
    • What to expect from journalists and how to stay a step ahead
    • Tips for executives who don’t have much time for coaching
    • Tips for having the right tone, staying on brand and appearing as an expert
    • How to keep control during an interview and what to say if you don’t have an answer
    • Bob Hastings

      Bob Hastings

      Chief of Staff, Chief Communications Officer
      Bell
    • John Cihomsky

      John Cihomsky

      VP, PR & Communications
      Sharp HealthCare
    • Hinda Mitchell

      Hinda Mitchell

      President
      Inspire PR Group
    • Amy Phillips

      Amy Phillips

      VP, Strategic Communications
      ESPN
  3. 9:45 am - 10:30 am

    Measuring Your Media Efforts

    Proving ROI is key to getting cooperation from the C-suite when it comes to time-intensive media interviews. But it can be difficult to show the value of an article, TV appearance or radio broadcast. This session will help you understand how to measure media efforts, demonstrate to stakeholders their value, and turn media interviews into sales.

    What you’ll learn:

    • Tips for measuring your efforts and proving their effectiveness
    • Ways to make the most out of your earned media coverage
    • Using Google Analytics to showcase the value of media relations
    • How to create sales from scheduling media interviews
     
    • Frederik Bjørndal

      Frederik Bjørndal

      Corporate Press Manager, Europe and North America
      Novozymes
    • Laura Brusca

      Laura Brusca

      Vice President, Corporate Communications
      Forbes
  4. 10:30 am - 11:00 am

    Networking Break

  5. 11:00 am - 11:45 am

    Thought Leadership in the Age of Social Media

    Executives can’t afford not to be on social media, but neither can they afford to make a mistake. Social media is the best—and most dangerous—tool for interacting with the media and positioning your executives as thought leaders and experts in their fields. This session will arm you with the skills to find the right channels for your message, leverage social media to become an expert source, and avoid pitfalls.

    What you’ll learn:

    • Ways to improve your executives’ presence and engagement on social media
    • How to determine which platform or platforms are best for your message
    • How to leverage a breaking story to present executives as experts
    • The Dos and Don’ts of using social media to promote thought leadership
    • Tracy Zampaglione

      Tracy Zampaglione

      Public Information Officer
      Orange County Government
    • Eliot Hoff

      Eliot Hoff

      Global Crisis Practice Lead
      APCO Worldwide
  6. 11:45 am - 12:30 pm

    Media Training for Crisis Management

    To speak or not to speak? Today, journalists and consumers expect a response when a brand is in crisis. Proper media training can make the difference between helping and hurting your brand. This session will guide you in determining what the message should be, how it should be delivered, and how to make the most of a difficult situation.

    What you’ll learn:

    • What to do when your CEO is at the center of a controversy
    • When to respond and when not to respond
    • How to make sure your response does not become the story
    • How to turn organizational bad news into good PR
    • Elisa D'Amico

      Elisa D'Amico

      Partner
      K&L Gates
    • Ashley McCown

      Ashley McCown

      President
      Solomon McCown & Company
    • John Deveney

      John Deveney

      President
      Deveney

Evening Events

  1. 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

    Ceviche Tasting

    Get a taste of Miami with our ceviche food tasting! Enjoy a guided instruction to create and enjoy different ceviches including Mexican Style Seafood, Peruvian adn Tropical Style Ceviches, with chef’s selection of complimenting wines. 
  2. 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

    Opening Reception

    Get to know other summit attendees over cocktails and appetizers. 

Day 2, February 28

Crisis Management Summit

  1. 8:15 am - 9:00 am

    Registration and Networking Breakfast

  2. 9:00 am - 9:30 am

    Wake-Up Call: When A Crisis Hits Your Bottom Line

    We’ve learned in the past year that no brand’s bottom line is immune from the damage a crisis can inflict on it. Even a brand that seems to hold a monopoly in its market will inevitably see its quarterly earnings falter if it manages its crises poorly. We’ll share recent research in how brands’ bottom lines have been hurt by crises—data you can bring back to your organization that will inspire a newfound belief in the power of expert crisis preparedness.

    We'll share:

    • Data connecting recent brand crises to subsequent financial performance and market value
    • Market research showing how public perception changes during and after a crisis
    • Research showing how brand reputation influences consumer actions
    • Deborah Hileman

      Deborah Hileman

      President and CEO
      Institute for Crisis Management
  3. 9:30 am - 10:15 am

    Risk Communication Tactics That Prevent—or Shorten—Crises

    Risk communication is the proverbial ounce of prevention being worth a pound of cure—it enables organizations that are vulnerable to crises to make informed decisions to protect themselves, their employees and their customers. We’ll shine a light on the differences between risk and crisis communications, and how the former can minimize the need to do the latter.

    What you’ll learn:

    • How to reconfigure and relaunch an internal risk communication program
    • How to benchmark and measure the impact of your risk communication program
    • Use internal surveys to test stakeholders of their awareness of potential risks to your organization
    • Determine the extent to which external stakeholders should be made aware of risks associated with your organization
    • How companies in highly regulated industries can benefit from risk communication programs
    • Nigel Glennie

      Nigel Glennie

      VP, Corporate Communications
      Hilton
    • Christine DiBartolo

      Christine DiBartolo

      Senior Managing Director, Strategic Communications
      FTI Consulting
    • Ed Oliver

      Ed Oliver

      VP, Strategic Operations
      Dataminr
  4. 10:15 am - 11:15 am

    How to Prevent Brand Crises on Social Media And Measure Outcomes

    Social media is a battleground where reputations can be made or ruined in the blink of an eye. Is your brand prepared to react just as quickly? In this crisis experts will teach you how to closely manage your brand’s online reputation, prepare digital assets ready to deploy at a moment’s notice and deftly tailor your response across all relevant platforms.

    You’ll learn how to:

    • Employ social media listening tactics that warn you of potential crises
    • Create social posts and other digital assets in anticipation of a crisis
    • Activate the latest tools, apps and services that have become essential to measuring and managing a crisis
    • Protect against unwanted abuse from social media accounts during a crisis
    • Measure social and traditional media channels to track the effectiveness of your work
    • Use data to visually understand how your crisis was discussed on social media
    • Build a foundation for measuring brand sentiment, in good times and in times of crisis
    • Andrew Sherry

      Andrew Sherry

      VP Communications
      Knight Foundation
    • Emma Monks

      Emma Monks

      Head of Trust & Safety
      Crisp Thinking
    • Lisa Goode

      Lisa Goode

      Senior Director, Communication Services and Social Business
      Southwest Airlines
    • Chris Chiames

      Chris Chiames

      CCO
      Carnival Cruise Line
  5. 11:15 am - 11:30 am

    Networking Break

  6. 11:30 am - 12:20 pm

    CASE STUDY BREAKOUT: Brand—How We Did It

    Hear real-world case studies in effective crisis communication from a B2B agency or from a consumer brand. We’ll take you behind the scenes with a communications department to show you how award-winning crisis management is done. 

    • Marisa Salcines

      Marisa Salcines

      Global University Relations Lead, Technology & Cybersecurity
      Equifax
  7. 11:30 am - 12:20 pm

    CASE STUDY BREAKOUT: B2B agency—How We Did It

    Hear real-world case studies in effective crisis communication from a B2B agency or from a consumer brand. We’ll take you behind the scenes with a communications department to show you how award-winning crisis management is done. 

    • Kevin Elliott

      Kevin Elliott

      U.S. Director, Risk & Crisis Communication Practice
      Hill+Knowlton Strategies
    • Howard Opinksy

      Howard Opinksy

      President
      Five Blocks
  8. 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

    Networking Luncheon and Keynote: On Offense and Defense, Thinking Outside The Box Can Make The Difference Between Success and Failure.

    For this keynote, we'll hear renowned crisis leader Mike Sitrick explain why thinking outside the box during a crisis has made the difference between success and failure—not only in terms of the PR campaign, but in achieving the clients’ overall objective— on such things as liquidations of businesses, the potential closing of a hospital because of wrongdoing by a staff member and even in protecting the life of a whistleblower.

    • Michael Sitrick

      Michael Sitrick

      Chairman & CEO
      Sitrick and Company
  9. 1:30 pm - 1:45 pm

    Stretch & Network

  10. 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm

    BREAKOUT: Media Relations During a Crisis

    Prepare for the challenging interview and control the narrative during a crisis. In this session you’ll hear from media relations experts and your peers how to effectively work with the media during and after a crisis. You’ll learn how to:

    • Identify the influencers, from journalists to bloggers to analysts who will have an impact on your brand during a crisis
    • Craft a core message that is communicated across all channels
    • Engage with journalists on social media and adapt your messages to specific platforms
    • Implement social meedia as your new press release
    • Kaelan Hollon

      Kaelan Hollon

      VP, Global & Content Protection Communications
      Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA)
    • Adam Probolsky

      Adam Probolsky

      President
      Probolsky Research
    • Scott Tindle

      Scott Tindle

      Owner
      Gulf Coast Ducks
  11. 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm

    BREAKOUT: Your Cross-Department Crisis Team—and Why You Should Lead It

    Serious crisis experts are serious about their crisis teams—and when we say “team” we’re referring to more than just communications professionals, or even just internal stakeholders. A serious crisis team encompasses marketing, HR, sales, legal, IT and the C-suite—not to mention brand partners and influencers who will have your back when it counts. You’ll learn how the best crisis teams are formed, trained and kept on alert.

    What you’ll learn:

    • How to build a crisis team with corporate communications leader at the top of the org chart, branching down to group leaders (HR, legal, IT, marketing, sales), the corporate executive team and the communications team
    • How to build a social media command structure
    • How to create and conduct a crisis simulation exercise
    • How to rely on external partners when you’re a crisis team of one
    • How to treat external brand partners and influencers like members of your crisis team
    • How to implement a cascade strategy to communicate with your crisis plan internally
    • Rebecca Rose

      Rebecca Rose

      Director of Communications
      Everglades Foundation
    • Eliot Hoff

      Eliot Hoff

      Global Crisis Practice Lead
      APCO Worldwide
    • Tori Carter

      Tori Carter

      Public Affairs Manager
      KFC Global
  12. 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    What’s in Your Crisis Preparedness Plan?

    When was the last time you revisited your crisis preparedness plan—assuming you have one? Now that you’ve learned more in one day than all year, it’s time to put your plan together. We’ll provide a broad methodology for creating a crisis preparedness plan that suits the needs of your organization. We’ll also share examples of crisis plans that you can take back to the office and use as models for your own plan.

    You’ll learn how to:

    • Get internal buy-in to devote resources to the development of a new crisis plan
    • Work internally across departments to identify potential risks to your organization, as a starting point for your crisis preparedness plan
    • Create a crisis communication process map—a physical document that can be shared internally
    • Analyze your plan to see if it is flexible enough to address challenges such as changes to crisis command locations and availability of personnel and technology
    • Establish written-out guidelines and responsibilities for social media messaging during a crisis
    • Decide what media monitoring and social listening tools you need before, during and after a crisis
    • Include in the plan guidelines for a content strategy to be used during a crisis
    • Build physical crisis go-kits that might include laptops, office supplies, portable printers, power supplies, printed contact lists, snacks, water and personal protective equipment
    • Errol Cockfield

      Errol Cockfield

      SVP, Global Communications
      MSNBC
    • Kena Lewis

      Kena Lewis

      Director, Public Affairs & Media Relations
      Orlando Health
    • Ronn Torossian

      Ronn Torossian

      CEO & Founder
      5WPR
    • Howard Opinksy

      Howard Opinksy

      President
      Five Blocks
  13. 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

    Recovering After the Crisis: Communications Strategies That Heal Brands

    Social media conversations about a particular brand crisis ultimately subside. We’ll share case study examples and recommendations of when and how to return to normal social media operations after a crisis. No two crises are exactly alike but this session will put you in the best possible place to identify and prepare for that moment when it’s time to shift from crisis management to brand repair.

    You’ll learn how to:

    • Carry a message developed during a crisis into future messaging
    • Keeps post-crisis messages bold, clear and transparent across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and on company sites.
    • Determine the optimal time to reengage social media audiences with non-crisis-related content
    • Conduct and share a post-crisis review of the effectiveness and efficiency of crisis communication activities
    • Assess the sentiment of post-crisis earned media and its SEO impact
    • Matt David

      Matt David

      Chief Communications Officer
      JUUL Labs
    • Natan Edelsburg

      Natan Edelsburg

      COO
      Muck Rack
    • Jennifer Butler

      Jennifer Butler

      VP Corporate Communications
      Herbalife
  14. 4:30 pm

    Take-Aways and Take-Homes

    We’ll share the top 20 takeaways from the day’s presentations and discussions and every attendee will receive a special gift and a copy of the Crisis Management Guidebook.

Event Sponsors:

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Media Partners:

Speakers

  • Kathy Baird

    Group Managing Director
    Ogilvy
  • Melissa Baratta

    Senior Vice President
    Affect
  • Brandi Boatner

    Social and Influencer Communications Lead, Global Markets
    IBM
  • Frederik Bjørndal

    Corporate Press Manager, Europe and North America
    Novozymes
  • Jennifer Butler

    VP Corporate Communications
    Herbalife
  • Tori Carter

    Public Affairs Manager
    KFC Global
  • Jon Chang

    Product Marketing Manager, Watson Marketing
    IBM Watson
  • John Cihomsky

    VP, PR & Communications
    Sharp HealthCare
  • Errol Cockfield

    SVP, Global Communications
    MSNBC
  • Becca Cooper

    Head of Digital Strategy for the Americas
    Cognito
  • Elisa D'Amico

    Partner
    K&L Gates
  • Matt David

    Chief Communications Officer
    JUUL Labs
  • Stacey DePolo

    Social Media Manager
    GoDaddy
  • John Deveney

    President
    Deveney
  • Christine DiBartolo

    Senior Managing Director, Strategic Communications
    FTI Consulting
  • Natan Edelsburg

    COO
    Muck Rack
  • Regan Farley

    Communications Associate
    NAACP
  • Nigel Glennie

    VP, Corporate Communications
    Hilton
  • Bob Hastings

    Chief of Staff, Chief Communications Officer
    Bell
  • Deborah Hileman

    President and CEO
    Institute for Crisis Management
  • Eliot Hoff

    Global Crisis Practice Lead
    APCO Worldwide
  • Kaelan Hollon

    VP, Global & Content Protection Communications
    Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA)
  • Marisa Long

    VP, PR & Communications
    U.S. Green Building Council
  • Kena Lewis

    Director, Public Affairs & Media Relations
    Orlando Health
  • Ashley McCown

    President
    Solomon McCown & Company
  • Hinda Mitchell

    President
    Inspire PR Group
  • Emma Monks

    Head of Trust & Safety
    Crisp Thinking
  • Tod Plotkin

    Principal
    Green Buzz Agency
  • Kevin Elliott

    U.S. Director, Risk & Crisis Communication Practice
    Hill+Knowlton Strategies
  • David Quiñones

    VP, Editorial & Content
    RockOrange
  • Marisa Salcines

    Global University Relations Lead, Technology & Cybersecurity
    Equifax
  • Rebecca Rose

    Director of Communications
    Everglades Foundation
  • Amy Phillips

    VP, Strategic Communications
    ESPN
  • Rhiannon Sawyer

    Director, Social Media Strategy and Operations
    WeWork
  • Michael Sitrick

    Chairman & CEO
    Sitrick and Company
  • Andrew Sherry

    VP Communications
    Knight Foundation
  • Ronn Torossian

    CEO & Founder
    5WPR
  • Tracy Zampaglione

    Public Information Officer
    Orange County Government
  • Lisa Goode

    Senior Director, Communication Services and Social Business
    Southwest Airlines
  • Rich Masters

    EVP
    Qorvis Communications
  • Howard Opinksy

    President
    Five Blocks
  • Adam Probolsky

    President
    Probolsky Research
  • Chris Chiames

    CCO
    Carnival Cruise Line
  • Ed Oliver

    VP, Strategic Operations
    Dataminr
  • Laura Brusca

    Vice President, Corporate Communications
    Forbes
  • Scott Tindle

    Owner
    Gulf Coast Ducks

Who's Attending

You’ll Hear from Speakers and Meet Colleagues from These Organizations:

Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA)
5WPR
Adidas
Liberty Bank
Miami Beach
Bell
Five Blocks
Centro
Museum of Science and Industry Chicago
Chick-fil-A
Cisco
Cognito
Firedog Communications
Qorvis Communications
Mockingbird Communications
Duck Donuts Franchising Company
Sitrick and Company
Solomon McCown & Company
Orange County Corrections
U.S. Green Building Council
Dataminr
Delta
Deveney
Gulf Coast Ducks
ESPN
Equifax
Michigan Flint
Forbes
Forbes
Everglades Foundation
Knight Foundation
K&L Gates
Geico
KFC Global
GoDaddy
Inspire PR Group
Sharp HealthCare
Heineken
Herbalife
Hilton
Sandals Resorts International
JUUL Labs
Carnival Cruise Line
Red Lobster
MSNBC
Institute for Crisis Management
NAACP
Novozymes
Ogilvy
Coyne PR
Padilla
PennState
Progressive
Reebok
Probolsky Research
GO Triangle
Vanderbilt University
IBM Watson
WeWork
Burson Cohn & Wolfe
APCO Worldwide

If one of these words is in your title, you need to be here:

  • Communications
  • Public Relations
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources
  • Internal Communications
  • Risk Management
  • Marketing Communications
  • Content Manager
  • Digital
  • Social Media
  • Customer Experience
  • Media Relations
  • Public Affairs
  • Investor Relations
  • Influencer Relations
  • Community Relations
  • Consultant
  • CEO/GM/SVP of PR Agency or Department

In Just One-Day, We’ve Got You (Crisis) Covered:

Social Media Media Relations Risk Communications Measurement Crisis Plans & Dashboards Your Cross-Departmental Crisis Team The Crisis Tool Box Case Studies

Networking

On-Site

The Crisis Management Summit will provide excellent networking opportunities. Beyond the sessions on every facet of crisis avoirdance and prevention, you’ll also make long-lasting connections with other like-minded professionals during the several scheduled networking breaks and activities throughout the two days.

  • 2 Networking Breakfasts
  • 2 Networking Lunches
  • 2 Planning Networking Breaks
  • Ceviche Tasting!
  • Opening Reception

Off-Site

While you’re in Miami., make time to explore the beautiful attractions with fellow conference participants like the monuments, restaurants. shops and museums. Here’s a list of our top recommendations:

Location

Eden Roc Miami Beach

4525 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Our discounted room block at the Eden Roc has closed. If you would still like to book at prevailing rates, please go directly to the Eden Roc website. 

You can also book at a nearby hotel:

Fontaineblaeu Miami Beach (0.2 miles away)
4441 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140

The Confidante Miami Beach (0.5 miles away)
4041 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Receive a 12% discount for airport rides at all eligible SuperShuttle airport locations nationwide. 

For assistance, please contact our Assistant Operations Manager, Ruslana Milikhiker

Pricing/Register

Summit Only
$1,495
Pre-Sale (Expired 10-19-2018)
$795
Super Early-Bird (Expired 11-30-2018)
$895
Early-Bird (Expired 12-19-2018)
$1,095
VIP (Expired 01-18-2019)
$1,295
Last-Chance (Expired 02-06-2019)
$1,395
Discounted (until 02-27-2019)
$1,495
Onsite
$1,595
Workshop & Summit
$1,695
Pre-Sale (Expired 10-19-2018)
$995
Super Early-Bird (Expired 11-30-2018)
$1,095
Early-Bird (Expired 12-19-2018)
$1,295
VIP (Expired 01-18-2019)
$1,495
Last-Chance (Expired 02-06-2019)
$1,595
Discounted (until 02-27-2019)
$1,695
Onsite
$1,795

*Only one VIP Code can be used per registrant.

Are you a PR News Event Alumni? When registering choose the Alumni option! All returning event attendees can attend the Summit $795 for the Workshop + Summit for only and $995.

Nonprofit/Government Discounts: Nonprofit and government organizations receive an additional $200 off current rates.

Group Rates Apply for Teams of Two or More: Join the many other companies who bring their teams to the Crisis Management Summit so they can collectively learn, strategize and build a better mousetrap and get $100 off per ticket.

PR News Subscribers Save More: PR News subscribers save 33% on all PR News events.

Invest in your future: Attending the Crisis Management Summit is the equivalent of 24 hours of time with a strategic consultant or spending a few weeks in a graduate-level business course. Plus, the people connections you’ll make are invaluable. Register now and commit to taking your career and your department to the next level.

Questions? Contact Amy Jefferies.