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About the Technology Group

The Technology group is dedicated to supporting PRCA members working in the B2B and B2C technology sectors through sharing best practice, facilitating opportunities to network and helping to further improve the quality of the work we deliver. The group caters for technology brands, ranging in size from start-ups to global, and for all types of agencies. It aims to draw on industry experts to provide insight and knowledge around technology-related PR trends. The group will help the set the benchmark for the delivery of the most creative and impactful PR programmes in the industry.

The group is open and collaborative, and welcomes PRCA members from other groups to all its sessions.

If you would like to become part of the group, please email our Groups Manager Souha Khairallah.

Upcoming Events


So what do readers really want from journalists?
By Debby Penton, Director, Wildfire and Chair of PRCA Tech Group

Innovation, Innovation, Innovation
by Errol Jayawardene, Head of Technology and Digital at Red Lorry Yellow Lorry

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