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PRCA NextGen Group event: How to make it in corporate communications


26 Feb 2019





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Please join the PRCA NextGen Group on the evening of 26th February. Please arrive at 18:00 for an 18:30 start.

Event Type: Group Event

Address: Brands2Life, 2nd Floor, Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London, SE1 0SU

Event Overview

In today’s 24-hour news cycle, a brand’s reputation can crash overnight, and the role of corporate PR cannot be underestimated.  

Anneliese Searle CMPRCA, NextGen London Chairman, will be hosting an intimate tell-all session with industry experts. Katie Simpson MPRCA, Managing Director at executive search firm Hanson Search, will be leading the discussion with Corporate commication experts from an in-house and agency background.

The NextGen London Group will be offering the opportunity for you to learn from the best in the industry and pick up some tips along the way to help your own career progress in the corporate industry.

Jo Hooper MPRCA, Independent Strategic Communications Consultant - Jo has spent 11 years in communications, most recently as Head of Corporate Communications at Which?. She is now a freelance strategic communications consultant, writer and adviser on mental health in the workplace.

Naomi Longworth MPRCA, Practice Director Brands2Life - Naomi is an integrated communications expert with EMEA and UK experience. Naomi’s expertise is in corporate communications, brand-building and re-positioning. She helps clients articulate their corporate narrative and differentiate from the competition through message development, thought leadership and creative storytelling. Her campaigns help firms grow, navigate change and secure successful financial exits such as change of ownership and IPO. She has advised some of the world's most innovative organisations such as Tetra Pak, VMware, Digital Catapult, Logitech and Microsoft. 

This event is worth 15 points in the PRCA CPD Programme.