PRCA Council

As you will be aware, earlier this year we consulted PRCA members on our proposal to establish a PR Council.

The PR Council will comprise our most senior in-house and consultancy members. It will provide a formal mechanism for members to interact with, and provide informed views to, the PRCA Board and executive staff; and for senior industry leaders to consider and comment on the wider issues PR faces.

Membership of the PRCA Council will consist of four streams:

  • Ten elected members
  • Inaugural In-house Members
  • All Group Chairmen 
  •  Board members ex-officio

24 members put themselves forward to join the council as elected members. As such we would appreciate your help in selecting who you would most like to represent you on the council from the list below.

How it works

  • Each member consultancy and in-house member organisation is allowed one vote.
  • The ten people with the most votes will be elected to the council, alongside the inaugural members, the group chairmen and members of the Board of Management.
  • Voting opens on 14 June and closes at 17.00 on 18 June.
  • The final list of council members (including the ten elected members) will be announced on 21 June with the inaugural meeting taking place in London on 30 June.
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  • Fee income is defined as fees or income arising from time spent on carrying out public relations consultancy work plus any mark up and any handling charges or profits made on disbursement or expenses.
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The clients listed in this section are those which retain a consultancy on a continuing basis to deal with their public relations either in a specialised area or as a whole. One asterisk (*) against a client's name indicates that the consultancy has been retained by that client for three years; two asterisks (**) indicate that it has been retained for at least five years. Clients served on an ad-hoc basis are listed separately.

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Clients for whom you have undertaken work in the last twelve months on a project rather than a retained basis

Conflict of interest clients
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NB This will not appear as a separate list in the yearbook.