Published on: November 11, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Toronto, November 12, 2014—The Editors' Association of Canada (EAC) has announced it will host the first international conference of editors. Editing Goes Global takes place June 12–14, 2015, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and will feature speakers from the US, the UK, Ireland, New Zealand and Canada.
2015 marks the first year EAC and similar organizations from around the world will partner for an unparalleled weekend of international networking, learning and fun. Editing Goes Global will feature opportunities to mix and mingle, and to learn from expert presenters and panelists. Speakers and attendees will represent both print and online publishing, as well as government, corporate, non-profit, writing and communication experts.
"We're excited to partner with the global editing and writing community," says Greg Ioannou, Editing Goes Global chair. "We're giving people the chance to meet in person the experts they're already following online."
"If there's one EAC conference every editor or writer should attend, it's Editing Goes Global. There may never be a better networking opportunity than this."
Registration for Editing Goes Global is now open. Visit www.EditingGoesGlobal.ca for details about confirmed speakers, early-bird rates, travel discounts and more.
About the Editors' Association of Canada
The Editors' Association of Canada/Association canadienne des réviseurs began in 1979 as the Freelance Editors' Association of Canada to promote and maintain high standards of editing. EAC is the voice of editors in Canada, with 1,500 members and affiliates, both salaried and freelance, who work in the corporate, technical, government, not-for-profit and publishing sectors. EAC's professional development programs and services include professional certification, an annual conference, seminars, guidelines for fair pay and working conditions, and networking with other associations. EAC has six regional branches: British Columbia; Prairie Provinces (currently on hiatus); Saskatchewan; Toronto; National Capital Region; and Quebec/Atlantic Canada, as well as smaller branches (called twigs) in Kitchener-Waterloo-Guelph, Ontario; Hamilton/Halton, Ontario; Kingston, Ontario; Nova Scotia; and Newfoundland and Labrador.
Editors' Association of Canada
Association canadienne des réviseurs
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