The OCR Auditorium enables presentations from a stage and break-out rooms and table discussions. The platform enables informal networking before, during, and after online events. Users have easy-to-use, free-flow access to other guests. It is easy to find and engage the people they want to meet—no matter the size.
The OCR Auditorium can be used for conferences, fairs and trade shows, focus groups and other forms of market research, forums, in-person events and podcasts streamed for an online audience, speed networking events, online training, webinars and workshops.
“The OCR Auditorium provides us a way to preserve the exclusivity, intimacy, closed-door environment of our events,” Walker said. “It gives participants maximum control over their use of time, how they engage, their personal takeaways.”
The OCR offers forums in which senior-level executives can gather with peers to address critical issues and challenges related to enterprise-level social-political risk, sustainability, corporate communications, and performance.
As a result of The OCR’s research, publications, and executive education programs, corporate network members have access to latest research learnings on issues that influence corporate reputation, communications, and organizational development and effectiveness.
Founded at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2008 by Dr. Carroll, the Observatory on Corporate Reputation (OCR) is a research think tank devoted to improving and enhancing the corporate affairs and corporate communications function of the Fortune 500 and Global Forbes 2000. We produce research and supply actionable knowledge that informs and drives the corporate affairs and communications practices.
The OCR Network is an invitation-only, peer-driven knowledge-exchange network of senior executives from the world’s top companies focusing on issues related to corporate affairs.