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The Power of Communication
The PRCA represents and regulates over 20,000 PR and communications practitioners. This makes us the largest professional body for communications practitioners in Europe. Find out why.
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To mark World Mental Health Day, the PRCA has launched a Mental Health Toolkit to raise awareness about the issue and to give PR and communications practitioners the tools to manage their mental health.
We enable our clients to understand conversations and sentiment across the media by measuring corporate, PR and brand coverage.
Euan Steedman, Press Officer, BBC
Denise Renner, Associate, Golin
Claudia Hyde, Account Executive Newington Communications
Alex Cook, Consultant, Sermelo
Francis Ingham MPRCA, Director General PRCA
Katherine Bradshaw, Head of Communications Institute of Business Ethics