Network support for women in PR

PR networking organisation, The Association of Women in Public Relations (AWPR), is to relaunch on 23 September as Women in Public Relations, with a new logo and patron, in a bid to modernise its image.

PR networking organisation, The Association of Women in Public

Relations (AWPR), is to relaunch on 23 September as Women in Public

Relations, with a new logo and patron, in a bid to modernise its

image.



Baroness Denton, the former Minister for Economy, Agriculture and

Women’s Issues and Opposition spokesperson for Northern Ireland issues

in the House of Lords, has been appointed patron in advance of the

relaunch.



A former board member of Burson-Marsteller, Baroness Denton has a keen

interest in both PR and women’s issues.



There are plans to increase senior level membership and to establish a

regional group in Scotland or the Midlands.



AWPR president Sue Hardwick said: ’The workplace has seen many senior

figures moving into satellite operations, setting up virtual

consultancies and working as consultants. The network offers a chance to

exchange ideas and provides a support mechanism’.



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