STOP PRESS: IPR seeks advice on raising its own profile

The Institute of Public Relations is to consult members on how to raise its profile. The IPR wants to be seen as the national body for PR and demonstrate that involvement in the organisation can enhance a company’s general standing. Director-general Colin Farrington said ’We’ve drawn up a strategy for a three-year plan to make the Institute more relevant, accessible and beneficial to members.’

The Institute of Public Relations is to consult members on how to

raise its profile. The IPR wants to be seen as the national body for PR

and demonstrate that involvement in the organisation can enhance a

company’s general standing. Director-general Colin Farrington said

’We’ve drawn up a strategy for a three-year plan to make the Institute

more relevant, accessible and beneficial to members.’



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