Member Events

PRCA Gateway: The Future of New Business

Date24 October 2013
Time09:00 - 12:45
LocationHill+Knowlton Strategies, London, W1A 1PR


PRCA Gateways are half day conferences, designed to provide delegates with discussion, debate and insight into future developments within our industry, whilst also setting thought leadership agendas.


Join us for a morning of discussion around the client/agency relationship. Industry experts will look into the pitching process, procurement, the future of new business and the increase in integrated communications services.

Speakers include Suresh Raj (Ogilvy PR), Alex Fulton (NSPCC), Ruth Allchurch (Diageo) and Chris McCafferty (Kaper).

This half day conference will be chaired by PRWeek Editor, Ruth Wyatt.


09:00             Registration

09:20-09:30    Welcome
Ruth Wyatt, PRWeek

09:30-10:10    New Business now, and Where it is Going
Suresh Raj, Ogilvy PR
                         Mark Hooper, Visa Europe

10:10-10:45    Client/Agency Relationship - Panel Discussion
Ben Caspersz, Claremont
                         Ruth Allchurch, Diageo
                         Alex Fulton, NSPCC
                         Julie Constable, Pitch Perfect
                         Jim Hawker, Threepipe

11:10-11:30    Procurement
                         Jo Farmer, Lewis Silkin

11:30-12:00    Integration
                         Chris McCafferty, Kaper

12:00-12:30    Retention
 Imogen Osborne and Annabel Dunstan, Question and Retain 
                         Nicole Clarke, Orange

12:30-12:45    Closing Comments, Finish

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