Industry Events

The PRCA is delighted to endorse the following industry events, awards, conferences and workshops


Seven Reasons Why Being on a Board is Good for Your Career: Fiona Hathorn, Women on Boards
Tuesday 17 March 2015, 6.30pm-8.30pm
Instinctif Partners, 65 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7NQ

We are delighted that Fiona Hathorn, Managing Director of Women on Boards in the UK, will be our guest speaker at the WPR Speaker Event & Networking Drinks on Tuesday 17 March.
Fiona is passionate about getting more women on boards and will be sharing her personal experiences and discussing Seven Reasons Why Being on a Board is Good for your Career.
About Fiona Hathorn
Fiona is Managing Director of Women on Boards in the UK, a subsidiary of Women on Boards Australia, and is a Trustee of the Charity Fight for Sight. She is a passionate angel investor and helped to found one of the first female angel investment clubs, Incito Ventures.
Fiona is formerly a director for Old Mutual Asset Management and Hill Samuel Asset Management, running the Global Equities and Emerging Markets Desks respectively. She has advised the board of the Thai Euro Fund and been the Director responsible for Pension Fund asset allocation for Old Mutual Asset Management's Employee Pension Fund. Currently Fiona is a trustee of the Eye Research Charity Fight for Sight.
About Women on Boards
Women on Boards launched in October 2012 as a social enterprise and have over 10,000 individual members. Women on Boards UK’s aims are simply - to encourage and support women applying for board roles across the Public, Private and Not for Profit Sectors.  Find out more about Women on Boards.
Drinks & Canapés: £20 for WPR Members and £25 for Non-Members.
Book your place here. Password is 'WPR'.
We would like to thank Instinctif Partners for hosting this event.

21-22 April 2015 | The British Museum, London

Audiences have become fragmented and spoilt for choice with a huge range of content available. If you rely on a digital audience this conference will keep you up to date with all the cutting edge innovations and solutions.

For more information on The Digital Content Summit 2015, please visit the website -
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