Member Testimonials

“Bottle PR has been a member of the PRCA since 2007-and we have benefited tremendously from training sessions and networking events.”

Claire Cairns
Bottle PR

“Our PRCA membership is invaluable to us. It allows us to remain well informed on current industry protocols and practices and ensures that we continue to push the boundaries of excellence.”

Caroline Kinsey

“The PRCA provides important networking opportunities as well as the kind of insights from leading PR professionals that can make a real difference to managing the brand in both good times and bad.”

Chris Coe
Senior Communications Consultant

“Being a member makes us think about how we run our business, how we deliver for clients and how we position ourselves in the market.”

John Starr
Clareville Communications


“The PRCA offers members a huge amount, providing them with tools to make them more profitable, creating networking opportunities and representing their interests with clients, government and with press.”

David Gallagher

“PRCA membership lifts us out of the also-ran PR consultancies because it says ‘we take our business seriously.’ It’s not just about signing up to a stringent code of conduct. It helps your business learn, work and grow in a myriad of tangible ways.”

Angela Podmore
Kinetic Communications Ltd

“The PRCA has been key to our success and has opened doors to many major brand pitches and wins over the years...absolutely invaluable.”

Emma Wright


“We welcome the PRCA's decision to broaden its membership to include client organisations, the way that the Association has embraced digital communications and its proactive campaigning on issues such as web licensing.”

Stephen Waddington

“As a new agency, joining the PRCA and achieving its rigorous CMS shows we mean business. Quality assurance, quality training and quality networking. For clients and staff alike.”

Sue Skeats
The View

“We joined the PRCA for three main reasons. One, to give us extra credibility when pitching for new work or recruiting for new lorries; second as added reassurance that our own processes were professional and solid; and third to take advantage of qualified leads through its Find a PR Agency service. They haven’t disappointed us and we have a very close working relationship with them at all levels in our agency.”

Rob Ettridge
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry

“PRCA membership gives us access to key knowledge and resources, helping us develop our skills, while our CMS accreditation gives clients confidence in our core services.”

Nick Brooks

“Agencies need a strong, coherent and effective voice. The PRCA is that voice and also provides us with a range of services and guidelines that are helping us to become a better company”.

Paul McErlean
MCE Public Relations

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