The Future of Frontline Comms

Welcome to The Future of Frontline Comms!

How is the role of the comms director really changing? What are the essential rules to practical management reputation? Are you properly equipped for a crisis? These issues are the beating heart of good PR.

PRWeek has partnered with Electric Airwaves to tackle these questions head on at The Future of Frontline Comms, taking place at 20 Cavendish Square, Royal College of Nursing, London, on 2nd March 2016, 4pm—7pm.

Hear leading PR experts give short TED-style talks on what the board wants from communications and the future shape of PR, followed by a champagne reception. Hosted by deputy editor of PRWeek, John Harrington, the event is designed to bring you fresh industry insights and an army of new contacts. Here's just a taste of what's in store:

16:00 16:15

Guests arrive

16:15 16:20

An Introductory Speech

By deputy editor of PRWeek, John Harrington

16:20 17:15

TED-style talks

Delivered by:

- Russ Brady, Head of Group Public Relations at The Co-operative Group

- Steven Holliday, CEO at National Grid

- Andrew Caesar-Gordon, Managing Director at Electric Airwaves

17:15 19:00

Drinks Reception

Champagne and canapé reception


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