COMMENT: LETTERS: Industry bodies bring PR to the masses

Sally Davis writes to encourage the industry to market itself better. Thanks to the DTI’s financial and advisory support, that’s just what the IPR and PRCA are doing (PR Week, 10 November).

Sally Davis writes to encourage the industry to market itself better.

Thanks to the DTI’s financial and advisory support, that’s just what

the IPR and PRCA are doing (PR Week, 10 November).



Now that we have been able to launch a series of regional roadshows

explaining the value of PR and 10,000 businesses will receive an

explanatory brochure in the New Year, let’s hope the message gets across

to more of Sally’s potential clients.



Fionnuala Tennyson, Developement and public relations manager, IPR



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