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The Employee Engagement Alliance has now officially launched!
 
Get your first year's subscription for half price for just £62.50 plus VAT

We are very excited to announce that the Employee Engagement Alliance service and website has now launched. This means you can now set up your account and start using our services. Just use this exclusive 50% membership discount code EEALAUNCH while registering your account to get your first year's subscription at half price - paying just £62.50 plus VAT. Please ensure you enter the code in CAPS while registering, to ensure the code is recognised. 

If you want your colleagues or friends to benefit from the discount you've secured, then feel free to share this code with them, so they can benefit from joining the Alliance too. The code is valid until February 28th, 2016.
 
Click here to set up your EEA account
 
Benefit from your membership immediately by attending the first of our Learning events - the Employee Engagement Awards Best Practice Showcase - for a special EEA member only price of just £50+VAT
 
As a key focus for the Alliance is to encourage, capture and share best practice, we are delighted that the first of our Learning Events will be on March 2nd. It is called the Employee Engagement Awards Best Practice Showcase. In one afternoon you will be able to see 11 short best practice presentations from Employee Engagement Award winners and finalists. Each presentation will be just  20 minutes so that the main learnings come through. The first 150 to register will also be invited to an after Showcase networking event at the Cavendish around the corner. 

Once you've completed your registration, click on the Book Now button on the Showcase page and you will be charged the exclusive EEA member price of just £50 plus VAT.

If for any reason you do not want to be a member of the EEA you can purchase a single ticket for this event without EEA Membership for just £132.50 - via the Eventbrite page by selecting the "Just Showcase" ticket option. Click here to access Eventbrite.
 
 
Of course, as we are still in the early stages, we are still developing our website and will continue to add more functions and services over time. This is why we want to ask you - as our advisers - to give us any feedback you have in terms of what we offer, the usability of the website and anything else that you may think that needs improvement or could be added in the meantime. 

To send us your feedback, ideas or suggestions regarding our website and services, just click on the 'Advise us' button below and enter your thoughts in the free text box provided.
 
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Corporate Membership
 
You will also see that we have membership for companies too. This covers up to 10 people in your organisation. Your business would be joining the likes of Blue Cross, First Group, News UK and Virgin.

If you would like to become a Corporate member, just contact james@the-eea.com and he'll cover off everything you need to know.

You'll save £550 on our normal Corporate membership and should more than recoup the annual cost via all the benefits you can access.



The PRofessionals

Scotland’s first festival for public relations

June 16th - 17th 2016


The PRofessionals is a two-day public relations festival designed by Laura Sutherland, Chief at Scottish-based firm Aura PR. The inaugural event, which takes place ahead of the Edinburgh festivals, also coincides with two major international PR events; AMEC’s International Summit in London and Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
The festival will celebrate achievements and also allow practitioners to hear, discuss and ‘hack’ PR challenges and collaborate to help develop professional skills and the industry as a whole. Read the line-up for further details.

The event was informed by a Scottish survey distributed on social media, feedback from CommsCamp2015 and Future of PR Conference 2015. Laura also worked with a PR community which developed out of the survey respondents.

To register for tickets to the event, please click here, and to learn more about the events itself, please click here.
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