Insight

This section has been developed to provide you with a variety of case studies and thought leadership articles.

Articles

Leading insight articles for the PR industry.

Best practice

Our range of best practice guides and useful documents will help you get the most out of PR.

Campaigning

The PRCA campaigns to improve standards in the PR industry.

Case studies

A selection of PR campaigns for your inspiration. 

Industry data

The PR Industry in figures - In-depth analysis and studies of the industry.

Industry spokesmen

Details of experts who are willing to speak to the press about public relations.

Legal publications

Helpful documents for PRCA members produced by the PRCA and leading law firm Lewis Silkin LLP.

Publications

Print and digital publications available to buy or for free.

PRCATV

PRCATV interviews PR experts on a range of issues of the day.

PRCA Insight is sponsored by:

Marketing Week is committed to delivering the modern marketer with a comprehensive source of advice and guidance on the tools necessary for them to do what is an increasingly challenging and multi-purpose role. Comms strategy lies at the heart of successful marketing and as such agencies can offer a crucial viewpoint.

PR Strategy is a quarterly inbound supplement which allows agencies the opportunity to promote their thought leadership to Marketing Week's audience of senior level marketers. PRCA members are entitled to a discount - contact Amelia O'Hagan for further details - amelia.ohagan@centaur.co.uk or 0207 970 4097.
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