Topics: Media, Communication
ESG and AI Top Priorities in ICCO World PR Report
ESG is the area in which most investment is expected in 2024, while mastery of AI tools is the most important skill for the future, according to the new ICCO World PR Report 2023-2024.
PR professionals AI usage rockets throughout 2023 - PRCA ICCO Confidence Tracker
PR professionals’ confidence is returning as usage of AI tools shoots up, according to the latest ICCO and PRCA Confidence Tracker published today.
Time to Lead: PRCA calls for applications and nominations to its Membership Committee
PRCA's new governance means there are even more opportunities for Members to direct and shape the way we work, ensuring transparency and accountability. The new committees have a central role in the development of PRCA’s new management and governance structure.
PRCA UK Awards 2023 winners announced
The PRCA UK Awards 2023 ceremony took place last night at the London Hilton on Park Lane to recognise and celebrate the very highest standards in public relations.
Team UK Win 2023 Next-Gen PR World Cup
The third annual International Communications Consultancy Organisation Next Generation PR Word Cup winners have been announced.
New study finds that PR must make itself visible among young talent to tackle global recruitment crisis
The new report titled ‘Seeking a New Way of Working in the Public Relations Industry – A Global View from Emerging Young Public Relations Professionals’ carried on by the PRCA International University Advisory Group, underscores the need for greater outreach to young individuals prior to their entry into university education.
‘Don’t fear PR measurement, embrace it’ – PRCA launches events for Measurement Month
The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) has today launched its annual PR Measurement Month, calling on PR and communications professionals to lean in, learn and embrace meaningful measurement best practice.
PRCA and CIPR relaunch annual joint mental health survey
The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) and the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) have relaunched their annual joint mental health survey as part of a collaboration designed to address mental health challenges in public relations.
Razor wins PRCA Africa Next Generation PR World Cup 2023 Africa Qualifier
We are excited to announce PR agency Razor as the winner of the PRCA Africa Next Generation PR World Cup 2023, Africa's qualifying round for the ICCO Next Generation PR World Cup.
PRCA appoints James Hewes as chief executive
The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) is delighted to announce the appointment of James Hewes as its chief executive. Hewes is currently president and chief executive at FIPP, the international network for global media. He will take up his PRCA role in January 2024.
Ready10 wins PRCA Next Generation PR World Cup 2023 UK Qualifier
We are thrilled to announce communications agency Ready10 as the winner of the PRCA Next Generation PR World Cup 2023, the UK's qualifier for the ICCO Next Generation PR World Cup.
Study Confirms Ethical Principles at the Core of Southeast Europe's PR Industry
The PRCA Southeast Europe Network's recent research offers a comprehensive snapshot of the Southeast European public relations (PR) landscape. Surveying industry professionals, the findings provide valuable insights into job status, role responsibilities, industry sectors, and ethics within the PR field.
New Chairs appointed to lead PRCA Qualifications Board
PRCA is pleased to announce the appointment of two industry leaders, Eva Sogbanmu and Dr Craig J Selby, as the new co-chairs of the PRCA Qualifications Board. They will succeed Dick Fedorcio, the former chair of the board.
‘Media Navigator by Action’ Reveals Key Trends in Media Consumption and Public Perception
Award-winning integrated communications agency, Action Global Communications, unveiled the results of a large-scale international survey that delved into media consumption patterns and the public perception of both traditional and digital media as well as social media platforms.
Government must rethink its approach to lobbying standards, says PRCA
The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) Public Affairs Board – the professional body that represents the lobbying industry – has urged the Government to think again about how to improve the current legal framework governing lobbying.
PRCA calls for Independent Non-Executive Directors
The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) has recently upgraded its governance and has chosen to bring independent scrutiny into its leadership structures, reflecting best practice membership organisation Governance practice.
Time to Lead: PRCA issues call for nominations to the first of its new committees; Nominations and Membership Committees will oversee top appointments and membership criteria and benefits
The new General Council of all company members has four standing sub-committees which are being formed and the first two of these are now open for nominations: the Nominations Committee and the Membership Committee. People can nominate themselves or others for a position on each committee.
PRCA DARE Grand Prix Awards 2023 winners announced
The PRCA DARE Grand Prix 2023 ceremony took place last night at The Westin London City to recognise and celebrate the very highest standards in public relations.
PRCA Members vote for new governance structure, appoint Interim Management Board and Honorary Officers
Members of the PRCA have today voted to move to a new streamlined Management and Governance Structure. Far-reaching changes will both simplify and strengthen governance, oversight, transparency and decision-making.
The Future of PR/Comms and their Social Impact: PR and Communications practitioners, academics and educators worldwide wish for a more meaningful and socially relevant profession
The PRCA University Advisory Group and Quadriga University of Applied Sciences are thrilled to launch of their global report, ‘The Future of PR/Comms and their Social Impact.’ This comprehensive study engaged over 600 participants hailing from 23 countries and collected data in English, Spanish, and Turkish over the span of November 2022 to April 2023.