Stellar cast for PRWeek Forum

Details have been unveiled for the summer 2004 PRWeek Forum, an event that brings together suppliers of PR services and top-level in-house PROs. It will be held from the 23-25 June at the Marriott St. Pierre Hotel and Country Club in Chepstow.

Confirmed workshop speakers include Weber Shandwick chief executive Colin Byrne, who will speak on the subject of how to lobby the New Labour government as it gears up for a third term of office.

Andrew Whyte, head of corporate and public relations at the BBC, will speak on stakeholder relations, while HMC chief executive Julia Hobsbawm’s topic is how organisations can overcome embedded image problems.

Kevin Johnston, EMEA media relations manager for United Airlines, will run a workshop focused on the management of the media during a crisis, while Quiller Consultants director John Eisenhammer will address the issue of whether communications is too important to leave to lawyers.

Those wishing to attend as delegates should contact Anna Campbell at Haymarket Events on 020 8267 4225. Those wishing to exhibit should call Helen Kensett on 020 8267 4186.

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