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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Name DateLocation Member
South East & East Anglia group - Reputation Beyond Borders

As the new global economic powerhouse, more and more companies are seeking opportunities in China. T...

24 September 2014
18:00 - 20:00
Reading Free Free
2014 PRCA National Conference

The conference will focus on the future of PR within the context of a shifting media, marketing and ...

26 September 2014
09:00 - 17:30
London £250.00 £300.00
Technology group drinks in Soho

Enjoy some free drinks and nibbles in good company with the  PRCA Technology Group. Follow...

8 October 2014
18:00 - 21:00
London Free Free
Green Room - Sustainability within the Coca- Cola Enterprise business

You are invited to attend a session with James Clark, Senior Manager, PA from  Coca-Cola Enterp...

15 October 2014
08:00 - 10:00
London Free Free
2014 PRCA Careers Conference

Interested in PR? Think this is the industry for you? Come and find out why you should join the P...

24 October 2014
09:00 - 16:30
London £20.00 £30.00
Monthly Member Drinks - November

You must log in and register to attend this members-only event....

5 November 2014
18:00 - 20:30
TBC - Central London Free Free
Expert Briefing - Is Your Agency Ready to Meet Client's Needs in 2015?

Hear from Jono Marcus, Client Director at Inkling, as we discuss client needs and trends for 2015, a...

27 November 2014
08:30 - 10:00
TBC - Central London Free Free
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