PR industry welcomes new monthly edition of PRWeek

PRWeek magazine has been unveiled to industry acclaim at an exclusive launch party attended by more than 200 leading figures in the PR world.

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The new look across print and digital was revealed to guests ahead of the new monthly issue hitting subscribers' desks this week.

PRWeek brand editor Ruth Wyatt commented: "Our readers told us they wanted a beautiful, dynamic and friendly website and a thoughtful and entertaining monthly magazine. We have striven to deliver both, and more. The response from readers and commercial partners has been overwhelmingly positive."

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