Communication 4 Future Award for Sergey Zverev
11-12 March, 2014, in Davos, at the 5th World Communication Forum, where traditionally, winners of the Communication for Future Davos Award (C4F) are announced, Sergey Zverev, Head of the HSE School of Integrated Communications, was awarded C4F in the ‘Titan of the Future’ nomination.
The first forum took place in 2009 and since then it has been bringing together key figures in the corporate, media, and marketing communications industry. The organizers claim, the forum participants are the future business elite, as today it is communications that is driving development in high-tech economies. The forum is supported by professional associations from more than 40 countries.
Communication for Future is a professional award for personal contributions to a vision of the communications industry of the future. The award is given in six nominations: Image of the Future – for art/brand directors; Idea of the Future – for innovative communications; Media of the Future – for media leaders; Relations of the Future – for PR directors; Titan of the Future – for the best digital experts; Grand Davos Award is the major nomination for leaders in the field who have made significant contributions to the industry’s development as a whole.
The jury includes members of the forum’s coordination committee, representatives from 24 countries. Candidates are nominated by committee members and professional partner organizations. Previous winners include Paul Holmes, founder of The Holmes Report project, and Liz Strauss, founder of the Inside-Out Thinking Company.
Konstantin Vodopianov, HSE News Service
WCF Davos will be holding a regional session in Moscow on April 10, 2014