A crisis can strike at any moment and can take any form. As a result - despite our best efforts - it is often difficult to plan for this eventuality, and to know exactly how to respond.
PRWeek’s Crisis Communications conference, returning for its 11th year, provides PR and communications professionals with the chance to hear first-hand how top organisations have handled major recent crises.
Playing host to a number of high-profile case studies, the conference gives delegates the unique opportunity to live through the front-line experiences of others. From planning to contingency to recovery - hear a frank account of what worked, what didn’t and how our speakers have adapted their strategies as a result.
With a key focus on how to prevent a crisis from playing out, the 2017 event will explore key planning processes and vital communication tools to ensure delegates can put their learning into action.
- Terrorism Overseas ( TUI UK & Ireland )
- Save Our Steel ( Tata Steel Europe )
- Shoreham Air Disaster ( Sussex Police )
- Dangerous Dogs ( Battersea Dogs and Cats Home )
- Clandon Park Fire ( National Trust )
- Storm Desmond ( Direct Line )
- Discover best practice advice from leading crisis comms experts
- Learn through a mixture of case studies, crisis simulations and workshops
- Benchmark your organisation against the successes and failures of others
- Live through front-line experiences from high-profile crises
- Network with more than 100 industry peers
Photos from Crisis Communications 2015
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