PRWeek UK's current website, prweek.com, will change next month with the addition of content from its sister titles in the US and Asia. Users will automatically be shown the version of our site local to them, but will be able to switch at any time.
The change will take place shortly before the inaugural PRWeek Global Awards in Barcelona on 15-16 May.
The website will retain the design familiar to UK users and will remain accessible to currently registered users, but will have the advantage of easy access to the latest news, views and features from PRWeek US and PRWeek Asia.
PRWeek US has been covering the world's biggest PR market for over 15 years. PRWeek Asia, which will be produced by Haymarket's team of Asia-based journalists, is to launch shortly and will build on the coverage provided by Campaign Asia.
At a later date the site will include more content from other key regions such as Latin America, the Middle East and Africa.
PRWeek UK brand editor Ruth Wyatt said: "PR is a global business thanks to digital media and our readers need to know what's going on around the world. Joining PRWeek UK with our sister operations in the US and Asia means we will be able to deliver more of what you want, when you want it, wherever you are."