EDITORIAL: An all-new PRWeek for the new year

This is the last issue of PRWeek in its current format. On 9 January 2004, a revamped version of the magazine will land on your desks.

We are going to significantly enhance PRWeek's editorial content to reflect ongoing changes in this dynamic industry, with a raft of new writers and columnists, new sections and more features, as well as a fresh, contemporary design. There will be greater opportunity for you to have your say on issues that matter to you, no matter how senior or junior you are in the PR sector.

We hope both readers and advertisers like the new product, and wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy New Year.

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