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21 August 2014

DigiBites Crisis Simulation - Scotland

Seats Available : 43
03 September 2014

Monthly Member Drinks - September

Seats Available : 16
09 September 2014

Consumer Campaign Master-class

Seats Available : 9
10 September 2014

How to run your business better: Preparation for sale and experiences of a sale

Seats Available : 13
10 September 2014

The Launch of the PRCA Digital PR Report 2014

Seats Available : 70
11 September 2014

South West & Wales - Summer drinks

Seats Available : 37
17 September 2014

Overview of Communications Management Standard

Seats Available : 17
18 September 2014

PR & Film II - A Perfect Partnership

Seats Available : 42
26 September 2014

2014 PRCA National Conference

Seats Available : 110
15 October 2014

Green Room - Sustainability within the Coca- Cola Enterprise business

Seats Available : 38
21 October 2014

Expert Briefing - A Practical Guide to Building and Expanding your CSR Programme

Seats Available : 30


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