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26 July 2016

PRCA Health Group - An Audience with Mark Britnell

Seats Available : 8
27 July 2016

PRCA Consumer Group event - Getting The Balance Right: Brand versus Product communication - when to dial up rational and/or emotional messaging

Seats Available : 0
03 August 2016

Monthly Member Drinks - August

Seats Available : 60
07 September 2016

Monthly Member Drinks - September

Seats Available : 100
23 September 2016

PRCA National Conference 2016

Seats Available : 98
05 October 2016

Monthly Member Drinks - October

Seats Available : 100
16 November 2016

PRCA Independent Consultants Group Event

Seats Available : 50


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