Industry Events

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


Join The Communication Directors’ Forum in Leeds, Manchester, Bristol and London

As a PRCA member we would like to invite you to attend one of our regional briefings to tell you a bit about this year’s Communication Directors’ Forum and the way it can help support your new business strategy.
LEEDS, Malmaison – Thursday 16th April, 12.30pm
MANCHESTER, The Landing – Friday 17th April, 12:30pm
BRISTOL, Hotel du Vin – Thursday 23rd April, 12.30pm
LONDON. The Groucho Club – Friday 24th April, 12.30pm

Why come along to the briefing? This year’s forum takes place 7th -10th October on board Arcadia. The event offers you the opportunity of up to 42 face to face meetings and introductions with some of the UK’s most senior in-house Comms practitioners. 
View client list from 2014 forum.
To register to attend a briefing register your place here
Richmond Events
0208 487 2204
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2015 PR Week Mentoring Project Launch Party, Tuesday 14 April

In April, PR Week and Women in PR launch the search for 15 mentees to participate in the 2015 PR Week Mentoring Project.
PR Week and Women in PR are hosting a party to celebrate the launch of the 2015 PR Week Mentoring Project.
Over networking drinks, potential applicants can come and meet this year's mentors and the successful mentees from 2014 to learn more about the programme and get some hints and tips about their application.
Whether you are a mentor, mentee, Women in PR Member or supporter, we'd love you to participate. 
Venue:  Vanessa Bell Room, Charlotte Street Hotel, 15-17 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1RJ
Date:     Tuesday 14 April
Time:     6.30pm to 8.30pm
Tickets: WPR Members £20 (Guests and non-members £25).
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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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