PRWeek launches PR Census 2011

PRWeek is launching the largest survey of the UK PR industry in six years, alongside the PRCA.

Census: Largest survey of PR industry in six years
Census: Largest survey of PR industry in six years

The PR Census 2011, in association with Durrants, will provide a comprehensive overview of the industry, with information on diversity, salaries and the value of the industry to the UK economy.

Research is being carried out by leading market research agency Harris Interactive.

A final report, based on the findings, will provide an accurate and up-to-date overview of the industry in its entirety.

To inform the census, PR professionals are asked to take ten minutes to fill in a short online survey. Links to the survey will also be distributed to PRWeek bulletin subscribers and PRCA members.

To fill in the census form, click here

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