Microsoft's Heather Knox Joins Lineup At Brussels ThinkTank Live Conference
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Microsoft's Heather Knox Joins Lineup At Brussels ThinkTank Live Conference

Microsoft’s regional director of communications for EMEA, Heather Knox, has joined a stellar lineup of senior professionals.

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BRUSSELS—Microsoft’s regional director of communications for EMEA, Heather Knox, has joined a stellar lineup of senior professionals addressing our second annual European ThinkTank Live conference, which will take place in Brussels ahead of the SABRE Awards dinner on May 31.

The one-day conference, which is free for attendees at the SABRE dinner, will focus on Storytelling and Content Creation in an Age of Transparency.

In her current role for the past eight years, Knox has been leading influencer relations across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, responsible for developing regional communications strategies, key narratives, launches, issues and campaigns.

Previously, she held corporate roles as director of strategic marketing at telecommunications company WatchMark-Comnitel, director of marketing and communications at Infowave, and director of public and analyst relations at Onyx Software, and worked on the agency side at Shandwick and Elgin Syferd / DDB Needham in Seattle.

Knox joins a lineup that include fellow corporate communicators Christof Ehrhart, head of communications at Deutsche Post DHL; Tata Consultancy Services CCO and CMO Abhinav Kumar; and Mattias Rådström, head of the Electrolux PR Studio, as well as senior PR agency professionals Jackie Cooper, global vice chair of brand properties at Edelman; and James Warren, chief creative officer, and Mark Pinsent, head of content and consumer social media, both from Weber Shandwick.

Tickets to the ThinkTank Live event are available at no additional cost to those attending our eighth annual EMEA SABRE Awards dinner - please contact Celeste Picco ([email protected]) to book seats. They are also available, priced $250, from the event page or below. Both the conference and the dinner will be held at The Event Brewery in Brussels on May 31.
 

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