Consultants come to the aid of IPR’s technology group

The IPR is reviving its technology group via the efforts of four Text 100 consultants.

The IPR is reviving its technology group via the efforts of four

Text 100 consultants.



The four, David Alder, Rebecca George, Kerry Hopkins and Frances

Tindall, are working with the IPR to organise activities for hi-tech

consultants.



The group had been co-ordinated until last year by Arrow PR senior

account manager Sara Draycott and Abacus PR account manager Nick Giles.

Draycott and Giles ran the group for two years, but found they could no

longer give it enough time.



Three seminars have been scheduled for 1999. The first will take place

within the next two months and will feature Derek Cohen, editor of

Dennis publishing’s PC Pro.



’We want to create a forum that will help people learn from each other,

to let them hear from top people in the industry,’ said George. ’We want

to help promote constant knowledge growth.’



She added that the IPR needed a technology group because hi-tech PR is

one of the fastest growing areas of the industry, and its practitioners

need constant updating on technological advances.



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