Presentations, News and Events

Get better, see new perspectives, create excitement with new skills. Robyn Quinn, President of Big Bang Communications, can  deliver a variety of presentation topics and training sessions.

  • Uniformed Spokespeople Media Training (Canada Border Services Agency August 2016)
  • The Power of the Inbox (Sales and Marketing Executives Victoria September 2016)
  • Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce  – 50 Ways to Grow your List (May 2016)
  • Organizational Behaviour – Leadership (University of Victoria March 2016)
  • Successful Email Marketing (WorkBC Centre, Kelowna 2016)
  • Essential Email Communications (BC Career Development Association Conference 2016)
  • Successful Email Marketing Workshops (WorkBC – Burnaby and Women’s Enterprise – Victoria)
  • Public Consultation for Construction Projects (Vancouver Island Construction Association)
  • Content Strategy and Development (Camosun College, Digital Marketing Certificate)
  • LinkedIn Corporate Workshop (Island Women in Technology)
  • Grow your Business with Email Marketing (Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce)
  • Social Media Marketing (business groups)
  • Getting Started with Email Marketing (Salt Spring Island and Duncan Chambers of Commerce)
  • Using Social Media to Drive Media Attention (Q College)
  • Public Relations Tool Box Series (VIATeC) : Media Relations 101
  • Content Management – from strategy to publishing (CPRS VI – Beyond the Hype Conference)
  • Public Relations Tool Box Series (VIATeC) : Dude, where’s my Content?
  • Media Training for Executives (Natural Resources Canada, Seeker Solutions, Priologic)

From time to time we also make business announcements, celebrate awards, thank special people and congratulate our colleagues and you will find those all here too. You can also find out details for current training sessions, past presentations and schedules for upcoming events.

Do you need training for your staff, members, volunteers, board?

Call today and I can provide a complimentary consultation and proposal.


Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce group workshop