Don't miss PR's 'Oscars' the PRWeek Awards 2009

PR teams have just four weeks left to snap up a table for the industry's 'Oscars' - the PRWeek Awards 2009.

PRWeek Awards 2009: 20th October
PRWeek Awards 2009: 20th October

The glittering event will be held on 20 October at Grosvenor House on London’s Park Lane. This year, the judging panel was headed by Ian Wright, corporate relations director at Diageo.

Alongside categories such as Consultancy of the Year and PR Professional of the Year, there will be a new category, Global Public Relations, to ref­lect the growing internationalisation of the industry.

On the night, winners will be unveiled and the year’s best work will be celebrated. Book your place at the industry’s biggest annual party.

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