The Flame Festival Conference Themes

Full day, MQA-certified, HRDC-refundable conference.

Theme 1: Communicating in Metaverse.

As the metaverse continues to grow and evolve, it's likely that new tools and technologies will emerge to facilitate communication and interaction. Keeping up with these developments and learning to use them effectively will be critical for anyone who wants to communicate and collaborate in the metaverse.

Theme 2: Crisis communication: finding opportunities in crisis situations.

How crises can also be opportunities?
Do you have what it takes to handle crises? How can you leverage on the issues at
hand and build trust with your various stakeholders in the middle of the storm
and even turn the tables around and come out as a winner?

Theme 3: Communication for a sustainable world.

Communication for a sustainable world in 2023 involves raising awareness, building partnerships, leveraging technology, and adopting a long-term perspective to create a more just, equitable, and sustainable future for all.

Theme 4: Communication for content addicts.

Communication for content addicts requires a tailored approach that is relevant, engaging, and easily accessible. It involves leveraging emerging technologies, being transparent and authentic, and focusing on building trust and credibility with the audience. By adopting these strategies, businesses and organizations can effectively communicate with content addicts and cut through the noise to deliver impactful messaging.

Theme 5: Building Brands through Creative Excellence.

Building Brands through Creative Excellence highlights the crucial importance of creativity in the process of brand development and strengthening. It emphasizes that to succeed in today's market, it's not enough to have a quality product or service; it's also essential to stand out from the competition through innovative creative initiatives.

Theme 6: How Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is disrupting our industry.

AI is disrupting many industries by enabling companies to automate tasks, improve efficiency, and provide personalised experiences for customers. While there are concerns about the impact of AI on jobs and privacy, there is no doubt that AI will continue to transform the way we live and work in the coming years. Image recognition, natural language processing, and decision-making will keep on improving to enable machines to learn from data and perform tasks that would typically require human intelligence.