PRCA National Conference to define the Future of PR

London, 20 November 2012The PRCA 2012 National Conference will take place on the 22nd November in London, featuring the leading PR and communications practitioners.

The central theme of this year’s Conference is “The Future of the PR Industry”.  The project, commissioned by the PRCA Board of Management, saw industry experts form working groups to explore the key issues and challenges facing public relations profession in the coming years. Their initial findings were published online in early October, giving every industry practitioner a chance to comment and leave feedback.
 
“The Future of the PR Industry” project results will be presented at the Conference by notable speakers such as: Alex Sandberg, Chairman of the College Hill Group, who chaired the “Driving Value & Revenue Models in the Future” workstream; and Guy Woodcock, CEO of Montpellier, who will discuss the how the industry must adapt to the changing social factors.  
 
The keynote speech will be delivered by Peter Barron, Google’s Head of External Relations for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Members of the PRCA LinkedIn Group will be able to view the live-streaming of his address on their computers, tablets and mobile phones.
 
The Conference will see over 160 consultancy Managing Directors and In-House Communications Directors in attendance. They will be joined by the first generation of recruits from the PR Apprenticeship Scheme, created by the PRCA and Pearson in Practice.
 
Francis Ingham, PRCA Director General, said: “This year’s National Conference is shaping to be remarkable on every level. We have great content, excellent speakers, and an impressive audience.
 
“We are bringing together the entire industry, from the top agency heads to the young apprentices, to discuss our future as a profession. I am sure the Conference will prove a great success”.
 
The 2012 PRCA National Conference is sponsored by Deltek, marketiers4dc and the PRCA's research partner YouGov.
 
Limited number of seats are available, please click here to book.
 
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For more information about the PRCA National Conference, please contact katie.goodrum@prca.org.uk.
 
About the PRCA
 
Who we are: Founded in 1969, the PRCA is the professional body that represents UK PR consultancies, in-house communications teams, PR freelancers and individuals. The PRCA promotes all aspects of public relations and internal communications work, helping teams and individuals maximise the value they deliver to clients and organisations.
 
What we do: The Association exists to raise standards in PR and communications, providing members with industry data, facilitating the sharing of communications best practice and creating networking opportunities.
 
How we do it and make a difference: All PRCA members are bound by a professional charter and codes of conduct, and benefit from exceptional training. The Association also works for the greater benefit of the industry, sharing best practice and lobbying on the industry's behalf e.g. fighting the NLA's digital licence.
 
Who we represent: The PRCA represents many of the major consultancies in the UK, and currently has more than 300 agency members from around the world, including the majority of the top 100 UK consultancies. We also represent over 100 in-house communications teams from multinationals, UK charities and leading UK public sector organisations.
 
 
 
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