Public Relations Show to include free case study sessions

The Public Relations Show, which will take place in two weeks' time, has added free sessions presenting award-winning campaigns such as Dynamo's 3Doodler work.

CIPR president-elect Steven Waddington
CIPR president-elect Steven Waddington

The CIPR is holding the inaugural show on Tuesday 26 November at London’s Business Design Centre.

The free sessions, which will complement the paid-for education stream, feature a showcase of campaigns that have won CIPR Excellence Awards.

These include Unity’s ‘R UV Ugly?’ work for Cancer Research UK and Royal Mail’s gold postbox and stamp campaign for London 2012.

The show’s other free-to-attend features include the Ketchum Advice Hub; Social Surgery, sponsored by Vocus; Careers Centre, sponsored by F1; and, an exhibition featuring an array of public relations products and service providers.

CIPR president-elect Stephen Waddington said: "With 850 registrations already, 1,000 education programme tickets sold, and a line-up of more than 25 industry-leading sponsors, partners and exhibitors, the Public Relations Show is set to be a cracking success."

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