Member Events

Member Events

The PRCA runs an extensive programme of free events for its members. These events offer expert opinions, knowledge sharing, insight and exposure to different sectors, as well as providing superior networking opportunities.

From monthly member drinks to campaign master-classes and expert briefings, spanning all the industry sectors there is an event suited to you.

 To register for these events, you must log in using your PRCA account details.

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PRCA HR Forum: Mentoring Programmes - success stories within agency life

Join the PRCA for the first HR Forum for 2015 hosted by Lexis where we will be welcoming new Chair,&...

3 June 2015
08:00 - 10:00
London Free Free
PRCA & Remarkable Group Present - Proving the Value of Content

PRCA and Remarkable Group are pleased to present a unique and limited place event  Proving t...

4 June 2015
08:30 - 10:00
London Free Free
PR Buy Social Forum 2015

Do you have a passion for change? Would you like to find ways to support your CSR and sustainability...

4 June 2015
16:00 - 18:00
London Free Free
A PRCA Special Joint Event - Greenroom, Crisis Comms & Corporate Group

Please join PRCA for a special joint event with Greenroom, Crisis Comms and Corporate Group  -&...

11 June 2015
08:00 - 10:00
London Free Free
PRCA Charities & NFP Summer Event

Join PRCA Charities and NFP Group for a special summer event this June, hosted by the lovely Ke...

16 June 2015
18:00 - 20:00
London Free Free
PRCA Sports Group Event

PRCA Sports Group will be hosting their first event for 2015 at Synergy Sponsorship, ...

23 June 2015
18:00 - 20:00
London Free Free
PRCA North West NextGen Group Event

Join PRCA North West NextGen Group for their first event for 2015   Because it’s ...

25 June 2015
17:30 - 19:30
Manchester Free Free
PRCA Digital Group Event - Second Annual Ignite Show: Digital Creativity

The PRCA Digital Group is proud to host another evening of Ignite talks on Digital Creativity, featu...

23 July 2015
18:00 - 20:00
London Free Free
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