CABEI consolidates relationships with public sector institutional communicators as its strategic allies
This Friday ended the series of three virtual trainings as part of the formation of a Communicators Network that will be created in the framework of CABEI's 60th anniversary.
Tegucigalpa, November 13th, 2020.- As part of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration's (CABEI) efforts to consolidate relations with its strategic allies and make them mutually beneficial, this Friday successfully completed a series of three virtual trainings aimed at institutional communicators in the region's public sector.
This first edition of trainings was developed during three mornings in modules with different themes and with the participation of high-level panelists who were able to transmit very useful knowledge in their daily work for the guests.
The first module was attended by CABEI's Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi, who thanked the communicators for their interest in being part of the Bank's Communicators Network, and the theme was "How are we using technology to combat covid-19" which was developed by scientist Javier García Martínez; the second, "Distinctive elements of external communication in post-covid-19 times" by communications and corporate relations strategist Matías Señorán and digital strategist Juan Pablo Carranza; while the closing dealt with "How to promote collaborative work, through alliances and networks" by renowned communicators Jordy Meléndez and Yanancy Noguera.
In the framework of its 60th anniversary, CABEI will create a Network of Communicators with which it intends to unify efforts and strengthen relationships with its strategic allies at the regional level, both public and private sector institutions and the press, providing them with high quality information and tools that will allow them to strengthen their institutional and journalistic work.