PoliMonitor announced as PRCA exclusive Public Affairs Partners

The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) has announced global political monitoring platform PoliMonitor as its Public Affairs Partner.

PoliMonitor will be the headline sponsor for a series of face-to-face member-exclusive events and industry awards in 2022, including the PRCA Public Affairs Conference and prestigious UK Public Affairs Awards.

As a world leader in political monitoring and analysis, PoliMonitor uses automation and AI to deliver public affairs professionals the most comprehensive, personalised, and real-time analysis of the latest political developments. PoliMonitor was co-founded in 2017 by Sam Cunningham, former Head of Office for Tim Farron MP, Private Secretary to Lord Adonis, and digital communications adviser to former Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

PoliMonitor Co-Founder Sam Cunningham MPRCA said:

“Public affairs people are first and foremost social people, so we’re delighted to be able to support PRCA with a series exciting in person events this year, including the prestigious PRCA-PoliMonitor Public Affairs Awards 2022. We also want to put our own stamp on this year’s events, around how the industry looks to champion greater diversity and become increasingly digital.”

Francis Ingham, PRCA Director General, commented:

“Our partnership with PoliMonitor comes at the perfect time as our prestigious public affairs awards and conference return to in-person event. PoliMonitor’s AI-enabled political reputation and risk services positions public affairs and communications professionals in a position of strength to deliver faster and better insights for their global clients and organisations. We look forward to working with Sam and his team closely to further showcase the industry’s valuable, positive contribution to the democratic process.”

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