CARMA announced as ICCO and PRCA global and exclusive Media Monitoring & Analysis Partner

The International Communications Consultancy Organisation (ICCO) and the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) have announced CARMA as their global and exclusive Media Monitoring & Analysis Partner. The world’s longest established media intelligence provider, CARMA’s longevity can be attributed to a relentless focus on excellence and exceptional client service. This client-centric approach attracts top talent from among the media intelligence community. Across the globe, these experienced consultants and experts enable organisations to gain true media insight and demonstrate the effectiveness of their PR. Led by Co-Managing Partners – former FIBEP Chairman Mazen Nahawi, and…

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PRCA responds to Sunday Times lobbying reports

The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) Public Affairs Board has responded to new reports in the Sunday Times relating to the lobbying industry and the role of former Prime Minister, David Cameron.  PRCA Public Affairs Board Chair Liam Herbert CMPRCA commented: “First, the Lobbying Act needs to be amended so that all lobbyists are covered, rather than just the minority covered currently by the law. “Secondly, the rules regarding the lobbying activities of former Minsters and Prime Ministers are unfit for purpose. They should be strengthened as a matter of…

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PRCA Digital Awards 2021 Winners Announced

The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) has announced the winners of the PRCA Digital Awards 2021. Fourteen winners were announced last night (24th March) in a virtual awards ceremony. The Awards were sponsored by 3Gem Research (headline sponsor), Reuben Sinclair, CARMA, DeHavilland, and Milk & Honey PR. PRCA Director General Francis Ingham MPRCA said: “Congratulations to the all the winners! The events of the past twelve months have proved the undeniable importance of digital communications for organisations and society. Although we hope last night’s event will be our last virtual awards ceremony,…

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PRCA Ethics Council publishes global report exploring ethical challenges

The PRCA Ethics Council has published its inaugural Annual Perspective – featuring insight from 20 global leaders – to draw attention to the pressing ethical challenges faced by PR professionals around the world. The Annual Perspective aims to not solve ethical dilemmas, but rather, spur PR professionals to reflect on their purpose and engage in more meaningful global dialogue on ethical practice in 2021 and beyond. Spearheaded by PRCA Ethics Council Chair David Gallagher FPRCA, the 26-page report is freely available to PR and communications professionals around the world. Key themes include; – The…

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Introducing Fuse – the new global podcast from the PRCA

The world’s largest professional PR body will launch a brand new podcast focused on influence and innovation for PR, Marketing and creative professionals around the world. The podcast – led by broadcaster pioneer Dan Gold MPRCA – promises a fresh approach to communications and marketing insight. Drawing on the expertise of a global network of professionals, Fuse aims to showcase cutting edge practice, challenge conventional thinking and inspire new ways of working. The fifteen-minute, bi-weekly podcasts will be essential-listening for future-facing professionals eager to stay ahead of the issues, trends challenges facing…

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