April 6-7, 2017 • Conrad, New York
32nd Page Society Spring Seminar

The 2017 Spring Seminar will address the issue of stakeholder activism and how it is affecting our businesses, economy and the world at large. The interactive and engaging workshops and sessions along with topic experts will provide practical insight that will help attendees and their teams be more effective leaders and communicators.

Page Society members may invite prospective members and guests and Page Up members are also invited to attend this event held at the Conrad New York in New York City.

The Spring Seminar Awards Dinner, held on the first night of the Spring Seminar, honors the winners of the student Case Study Competition in Corporate Communications and provides a unique opportunity to meet other Page members and professional peers.

Early Bird Registration Deadline

MONDAY, MARCH 6 | 11:59 PM EST

Hotel Accommodations

The Page Society room block at the Conrad New York is sold out for the night of Thursday, April 6. We now have a room block at the Downtown Marriott (0.5 miles from the Conrad New York) for Spring Seminar attendees from April 5-7 at the discounted rate of $389/night plus taxes. After you register, you will receive an email with a link that will allow you to make your reservation. You can also call +1-877-303-0104 and mention Arthur W. Page Society to make reservations over the phone. We encourage you to make your reservation immediately after receiving the confirmation email. While the room block cutoff date is March 8, the supply of rooms in the block is limited and may sell out prior to that date. If you have issues booking a room due to nights needed outside the blocked dates, or If you need any help with your hotel reservations, please contact Lauren Kramon at lkramon@awpagesociety.com.

CANCELLATION POLICY: 50% of the conference fee is refundable if cancelled 31 days (3/6/17) in advance of the scheduled start of the event

Materials from 32nd Page Society Spring Seminar event

Download the Trip Tips - 2017 Spring Seminar
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