• PRCA PR Directory 2015

    This Directory is the definitive reference source for the industry, containing a comprehensive list of PR agencies, in-house teams and freelancers.


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    The PRCA and PRWeek have launched the first annual PR Internships Awards, to celebrate excellence in both PR internships and interns. Click here to find out more.


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    The PRCA, in conjunction with AMEC and ICCO, has launched the definitive guide to public relations evaluation.


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21 April 2015

PRCA Charity & NFP Group Event

Seats Available : 24
22 April 2015

PRCA Digital & Public Affairs Group Event

Seats Available : 15
22 April 2015

PRCA Corporate Group Event

Seats Available : 8
23 April 2015

Expert Briefing | The Make-Up of Modern Communications - Paid, Earned and Owned

Seats Available : 0
29 April 2015

PRCA Scotland Group

Seats Available : 21
05 May 2015

PRCA Inaugural Education Group Launch

Seats Available : 4
06 May 2015

PRCA Tech Group Event

Seats Available : 17
06 May 2015

Monthly Member Drinks - May

Seats Available : 36
13 May 2015

Six Degrees - Reputation Series: Truth, transparency and reputation in UK energy

Seats Available : 20
14 May 2015

Exploring Internal Communications

Seats Available : 46
20 May 2015

2015 PRCA Scotland Conference

Seats Available : 98
28 May 2015

Expert Briefing - Creating Contagious Content

Seats Available : 25
02 June 2015

Monthly Member Drinks - June

Seats Available : 37
04 June 2015

PR Buy Social Forum 2015

Seats Available : 99
10 June 2015

CMS Briefing

Seats Available : 11
01 July 2015

Monthly Member Drinks - July

Seats Available : 38

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