Industry Events

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


The Reputation Series: Political reputation and the general election
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 from 18:00 to 20:00 

As the 2015 General Election draws closer, many observers in the media believe that the result is on a knife-edge with the Conservatives and Labour neck and neck. However, polls have consistently shown over the course of this parliament that the Conservatives are seriously trailing, and defections and resignations seem to show that many within the party are giving up. 

Before 2010, David Cameron had the wind in his sails but failed to capitalise at the general election and has damaged his reputation with voters. Political milestones such as the ‘Omnishambles Budget’, gay marriage and Europe have sent the Tories’ poll ratings into reverse. 

As part of Six Degrees’ Reputation Series Andrew Hawkins, Chairman and Founder of polling and research consultancy ComRes, will examine the current political situation in its proper historical context and assess the factors that will affect the outcome of the general election next May. He will also discuss the topic of reputation in politics more broadly, what matters to voters when it comes to reputation and how it can be built up over a number of years but destroyed by a single speech. 

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About Six Degrees
Six Degrees specialises in corporate reputation management. We work for clients all over the world, focusing specifically on science, engineering and technology.


The Festival of Marketing is a two-day celebration of our vast and exhilarating industry in all its glory. Filled with & fuelled by a line up of hard to reach speakers, hard to win awards, easy to drink cocktails and like-minded peers. The Festival demands your time, brain, handshake and 'A game'.

This two-day extravaganza is staged by Econsultancy, Marketing Week, Creative Review, Design Week, Celebrity Intelligence and a bunch of other big names - making it hands down the most influential event of our industry.

There is even more content than ever before in every style to suit your needs. With more than 120 sessions across 10 stages, a Transformation Hub to get short sharp skills snapshots, a Festival Village complete with coffee shops, juice bars and sweet shops. Plus, there will be a series of fun and quirky content that defies definition in the Cabinet of Curiosities and you can be the first to hear all about new research and the latest products through our Festival Firsts series.

To top that all off, we’re excited to host The Digitals Awards, on the first night of the Festival. Join us to celebrate digital excellence, the work and the team behind it. We’ll be partying in style with fizz and popcorn. So get ready to let your hair down, kick back and meet the great and the good of the digital industry. Find out more

Buy your tickets now and join tons of marketing, advertising creative and media professionals who are already coming to the Festival of Marketing.

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An LCC Public Relations Guest Lecture by Andy Last, Managing Director, salt
Straight Talking: How the Sustainability Agenda is Changing Communication

23 October 2014
17:30 - 19:30

Open to students, staff and general public.

Andy Last is a co-founder of salt and leads salt social purpose, which helps businesses and brands find the right social mission and communicate it in a way that promotes business growth openly and enthusiastically alongside wider social benefits.
Since 2000, salt has worked with organisations including Kimblerly-Clark, ManpowerGroup, and Unilever, helping create social missions for brands like Andrex, Knorr, Domestos and Lifebuoy.

This is the first in LCC's Public Relations Guest Lectures Series which gives leading figures in the PR and communications sectors the opportunity to share their cutting-edge ideas and experience with students and industry practitioners. The aim of the series is to help develop innovative and original thinking and secure an exciting and potent future for the PR industry.

Future talks in this series are:

20 November 2014 - Colin Byrne, CEO, Weber Shandwick EMEA

15 January 2015 - Matt Cowan, Director of Media, Nelson Bostock Communications

26 February 2015 - Nishma Robb, Head of Marketing, Google.


The LLC PR Guest Lecture Series is kindly supported by Precise: media monitoring, analysis and evaluation.

Which compelling, creative content and innovative engagement techniques are the likes of Tesco, Monarch Airlines, Universal Music, British Heart Foundation, Asda, Fujitsu, Shell, Channel 4, Microsoft and Prudential using to build the ultimate social media experience within PR and communications?

Find out and join 41 brand speakers at the 5th annual Social Media Results for PR & Comms Conference - Engage & Deliver in London on 26th November 2014. Back by popular demand, this years' event returns to a brand new venue with new case studies, new features and an exciting, interactive conference programme, so book your place with confidence... 5 years and over 1000 delegates can't be wrong! Download the conference brochure here.

The Social Media Results for PR & Comms Conference
 - Engage & Deliver
Influential Engagement & Innovative Content to Drive Social Media Results & Value for PR & Comms
A One-Day, Industry-Led Conference & Networking Event, 26th November 2014, London

PLUS! 2 Separately-Bookable, Post-Conference, Half-Day Workshops:
AM) Measuring the Unmeasurable PM) Twitter & Facebook: Content, Content, Content

Book before 18th September and save between £100 - £368. Limited places available at this reduced rate!

40+ brands, 1 day: Influence audiences, engage with users & demonstrate ROI to secure social media buy-in & budget:
 Tesco PLC - Universal Music TV - Asda (Walmart UK) - Monarch Airlines - TSB - Boots UK - Royal Mail - Telefonica UK - The LateRooms Group - Fujitsu - Museum of London - Time Out - Channel 4 - Twitter UK - Coral - Prudential (UK) - Save The Children - Lenovo - British Heart Foundation - Global Radio - Jaguar Land Rover - Microsoft - UKTV - ITV plc - Google+ - The Times & Sunday Times - Comedy Central - Shell - Philips - Guide Dogs - Virgin Limited Edition - blinkbox - Met Office - Haven Holidays - London Evening Standard - Amnesty International - The Independent and i paper - Whittard of Chelsea - BBC News Channel

Engage with audiences on social media to enhance brand reputation & influence audiences on every channel, everywhere:
  1. Compelling, Creative Content: Innovate engagement techniques which cut through the noise
  2. Measuring ROI: Evaluate and debate new and current measurement strategies to boost ROI and demonstrate value
  3. Influencing Audiences on Every Channel, Everywhere: Integrated, connected and consistent campaigns which enhance brand reputation
  4. Grabbing Audience Attention on Facebook, Twitter & Emerging Platforms: What's coming next and how can PR and comms get the best coverage?
  5. Influencer & Journalist Insider Knowledge: The inside track on what stands out and gets your story noticed
  6. Sustainable, Reliable Customer Service: Social media which demonstrates value and safeguards the brand
  7. Winning Over Cynical Stakeholders: Justifying and securing investment for social media activities
  8. Future-Proofing Your Business & Staying Ahead: Harnessing changing trends, tools and technologies
For more information, please email or call the team on +44 (0)20 3479 2299.


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