Aberje's BRpr Newsletter reveals the best Brazilian practices to international community

SAO PAULO, June 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- In 2011, Aberje - Brazilian Association for Business Communication launched the first global publication about Brazilian Corporate Communications, the BRpr magazine. Five years later, the project has been redesigned and today has become the BRpr newsletter [http://www.aberje.com.br/brpr/newsletter/news_brpr2.htm].

The newsletter reveals the relevant work in the communications field developed in Brazil, while at the same time provides a dialogue and international exposure for authors. BRpr is an effort by Brazilian business communications to contribute to the international corporate community.

The BRpr #2 [http://www.aberje.com.br/brpr/newsletter/news_brpr2.htm], launched in May, presents an exclusive interview with Roger Bolton, president of the Arthur W. Page Society, one of the most prestigious communications associations in the world. He spoke about the most recent project developed by the organization, The New CCO Report, a study of the new roles and skills that businesses are demanding of communications executives.

The newsletter also celebrates the partnership signed between Aberje and the global agency PR Newswire, which will enhance the voice of Brazilian business communications and expose their best practices and industry innovations to a global audience. The issue also presents news of Aberje's associated companies Ernst & Young and Burson-Marsteller.

The issue #3 is scheduled to be released at the end of June.

To subscribe to the BRpr newsletter, click here [http://aberje.siteprofissional.com/optinbrpr.asp].

About Aberje [http://www.aberje.com.br/] - Aberje Brazilian Association for Business Communication is the main national reference center for production and diffusion of knowledge and practices about Communication. Aberje was founded on October 8th, 1967 and it is a professional and scientific nonprofit organization that aims to strengthen business communication and enhance the role of the professional. Its pillars are Advocacy, Content, Education and Career. The organization has over 500 members (companies and professionals) who develop Corporate Communication and Organizational activity or contribute directly or indirectly to this end. Aberje operates globally with relationship projects and exchanges with countries like USA, Canada, UK, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Italy, India, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Peru, positioning as a Brazilian Corporate Communications Think Tank.

Contact information:

Tato CarbonaroPublic Affairs and International Relations+55 11 5627-9090 - ext. 824tatocarbonaro@aberje.com.br [mailto:tatocarbonaro@aberje.com.br]

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