Top 10 Communications Predictions for 2017

Published on 20th January 2017

Communications in 2017 – A year where Uncertainty, Trust, Video, Social Content and Employee Engagement should be high on your agenda

2016 was an extraordinary year that will have far-reaching impact on communications in 2017. Significant global uncertainty has been created by a variety of changes.

These changes include a new administration in the USA, Brexit, the rise of populist politics, the sad death of the King of Thailand, a slowdown in economic growth in China and the recent decision by oil producing nations to control production to increase the price of oil. All these changes, and many others, bring both challenges and opportunities to organizations of all sizes around the world.

So we asked Worldcom’s experts to give us their communications predictions, and important tips, which will be key for succeeding in 2017.

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We are grateful for contributions from our Worldcom PR offices in Albuquerque, Amsterdam, Atlanta, Bangkok, Brisbane, Brussels, Budapest, Cleveland, Copenhagen, Denver, Hong Kong, Indianapolis, Lima, London, Los Angeles, Milan, Minneapolis, Munich, New York, Paris, Prague, Phoenix, Rochester, Sao Paolo, St Louis, Stockholm, Virginia Beach, Washington DC and Wisconsin.

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