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    Due to continuous progression over the last few years - seeing the PRCA team grow from five to 20 people - the PRCA has moved to a new office in London's Southwark. The relocation will enable further growth by bringing PRCA training in-house; create more space for the team to develop its membership offering; and further strengthen the PRCA's ability to be the leading PR industry trade association. The PRCA, 82 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0BE.

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27 November 2014

Expert Briefing - Is Your Agency Ready to Meet Client's Needs in 2015?

Seats Available : 6
27 November 2014

Lord Tim Bell in Conversation

Seats Available : 0
03 December 2014

Monthly Member Drinks - December

Seats Available : 15
04 December 2014

PRCA Diversity Network

Seats Available : 27
04 December 2014

Global PR Trends & Opportunities in 2015

Seats Available : 60
04 December 2014

Global PR Trends & Opportunities

Seats Available : 58
09 December 2014

KPIs - How to Keep Your Agency on Track

Seats Available : 31
10 December 2014

#PRCADigitalReport 2014 Leeds

Seats Available : 40
11 December 2014

#PRCADigitalReport 2014 Glasgow

Seats Available : 40
02 February 2015

CMS Briefing

Seats Available : 10


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