PR ethics debate: few tickets left

There is still a limited number of tickets available for the ethics deb­ate 'PR has a duty to tell the truth', which takes place at 6.45pm at the University of Westminster on Tuesday 20 February.

The event, which PRWeek has organised in conjunction with the university’s PR course, will feature Max Clifford and Vodafone comms dir­ector Simon Lewis. George Pitcher, the founder of Luther Pendragon, is also among the speakers.

Fifty places remain in the lecture hall on London’s Reg­ent Street, priced at £25. To apply, call Davina Page on T 020 8267 4755. All profits go to charity.

ALSO... The deadline for submissions to PRWeek’s Top 150 League Table is app­roaching. All forms must be returned by 23 February. Forms received after this date are not guaranteed entry.

Click HERE to download the form. Call Peter Crush, features editor, on T 0208 267 4425 for more information.

This year’s Top 150 Consultancies report will be published in our 20 April issue. Those who feel that Sarbanes-Oxley legislation prevents them from entering figures will have their results estimated.

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