Member Events

Member Events

The PRCA runs an extensive programme of free events for its members. These events offer expert opinions, knowledge sharing, insight and exposure to different sectors, as well as providing superior networking opportunities.

From monthly member drinks to campaign master-classes and expert briefings, spanning all the industry sectors there is an event suited to you.

 To register for these events, you must log in using your PRCA account details.

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PR Guild, PRCA And Digital Democracy Commission

The Speaker of The House of Commons, at the end of last year, launched a Digital Democracy Commissio...

24 November 2014
08:30 - 11:00
London Free Free
PRCA NextGen Scotland

PRCA NextGen Scotland would like to invite you to a breakfast reception with STV at ...

25 November 2014
08:00 - 10:00
Glasgow Free Free
Lord Tim Bell in Conversation

Richmond University’s Centre for the Study of Persuasive Industries and the PRCA invite y...

27 November 2014
18:15 - 19:30
London Free Free
PRCA Diversity Network

PRCA invites you to our next diversity network meeting 4th December at 4pm kindly hosted by Spo...

4 December 2014
16:00 - 17:30
London Free Free
KPIs - How to Keep Your Agency on Track

Key Performance Indicators are the crucial financial and operational gauges you should be using to m...

9 December 2014
08:00 - 09:30
London Free Free
#PRCADigitalReport 2014 Leeds

Following the success of the #PRCADigitalReport 2014 launch in August, we are pleased to announ...

10 December 2014
15:00 - 18:30
Leeds Free Free
Not For Profit & Charity Group - Christmas Pub Quiz

Our Christmas pub quiz will be taking place on Wednesday 10 December at the IT Wine Bar Farringdon.&...

10 December 2014
18:00 - 20:30
London Free Free
#PRCADigitalReport 2014 Glasgow

Following the success of the #PRCADigitalReport 2014 launch in August, we are pleased to announ...

11 December 2014
18:00 - 20:30
Glasgow Free Free
CMS Briefing

Have you recently joined the PRCA or is your CMS up for renewal? Come along to the PRCA qu...

2 February 2015
08:30 - 09:30
London Free Free
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