PRCA Groups

Grow your professional Network and Increase your Industry Knowledge

The PRCA runs over 30 Sectoral, National and Regional groups enabling members to collaborate on areas of common interest and share best practice. We are always interested in new contribution from our members.

For any questions regarding the PRCA groups please contact our Groups Manager Binta Hammerich.

Sectoral Groups

Regional Groups

24 Sectoral Groups
7 Regional Groups
51 Chairmen
5876 Members

Group of the week

 
PRCA Consumer Group
The Consumer group meets regularly to debate issues that are affecting our diverse range of members on a day to day basis. The agencies and in-house teams that attend come from a broad range of consumer disciplines which makes for a varied and lively series of conversations.

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Set the agenda for the sectors that you specialise in, share best practice and increase your industry knowledge. Click on the button below to fill in the form to join a group!

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Did you enjoy our group briefings? If so sent us your blog posts about the events so we can link them to our site. Please email binta.hammerich@prca.org.uk if you would like your blog post featured.

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PRCA Groups

Grow your professional Network and Increase your Industry Knowledge

The PRCA runs over 30 Sectoral, National and Regional groups enabling members to collaborate on areas of common interest and share best practice. We are always interested in new contribution from our members.

For any questions regarding the PRCA groups please contact our Groups Manager Binta Hammerich.

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