Event Type: Conference
Address: Birmingham City University, The Curzon Building, 4 Cardigan Street, Birmingham, B4 7BD
The business of communications will be on the agenda at the Midlands PR Conference. We will be examining the role PR plays to make organisations effective at engaging with their audiences, externally, internally, and across the digital landscape. Across the wealth of discussion subjects featured at the Conference, all speakers will share insights that help demonstrate how PR & communications delivers ROI to organisations.
Jointly staged by the CIPR and PRCA and hosted by Birmingham City University, the full day Midlands PR Conference will bring together communications professionals from across all sectors, inhouse teams, and consultancies, and will include keynote speakers, panel debates, and two practical breakout sessions from across eight specialist interest areas.
Key speakers and breakout sessions confirmed so far include:
- Jonny Dymond, BBC Royal correspondent: 'The business of journalism in a changing media landscape'
- Richard Haynes: 'Driving Cultural Change across public sector
- Sheila Taylor MBE, NWG Network: 'Harnessing the power of communications to tackle child sexual exploitation'
- Kerry Sheehan, PR Vice Chair CIPR AI Group: 'AI in PR: The AI tools and trends evolving PR practice'
- Liz Goddard & Andy Hitchcock: CoComms 'Crisis Management'
- Ringo Moss, McCann: 'Tech trends: digital evolution influencing the business of communications'
- Panel debate: 'Perfect Partners - how to maximise the effectiveness of working together'
featuring Emma Leech, CIPR President & Director of Marketing Loughborough University and Jane Ainsworth, CEO, WPR.
Over lunchtime there will be the opportunity to network and meet PR industry employers and suppliers and any organisations interested in exhibiting can book their slot through Eventbrite also. Limited exhibition places are available and will be filled on a first come first served basis.
We have increased delegate capacity from the Midlands PR Conference in 2018 which was fully sold out, but due to the anticipated demand we advise tickets to be booked early.
Attending the Midlands PR Conference qualifies for CIPR and PRCA CPD points.
This event is worth 15 points in the PRCA CPD Programme.