PR Conferences give great information and networking opportunities. The more networking, the more effect to economic context. Once networking and learning become chief goals, all that’s left is where to go. Here are some PR Conferences maximizing business’ exposure, networking, and research opportunities.
Google for Communicators Conference – February 11
Located at Hyatt Regency, San Francisco, PR News hosts this conference. The event lasts one day and features presentations and open talks to discuss the basics of Google’s capabilities. In-depth training provided PR professionals with the critical tools, strategies and insights business-minded communication often requires taking their Google-related plans to the forefront of the digital marketplace.
PR Measurement Conference – April 20th
Held at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., this conference focuses on improving the use of metrics to integrate organizational goals. Helping B2C and B2B companies, nonprofits, and professional associations incorporate communications for their success. PR professionals develop measurable communications programs for media relations, crisis management, brand enhancement, and social media.
Digital PR Conference and Video Workshop – June 1-3
This conference, held at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach in Miami, was designed to quicken PR professionals’ careers, and prepare aspiring business lovers for future brand communications. Attendees at the last tech-a-thon learned secrets behind successful brand visibility, reach, and digital communication.
PRWeek US Awards 2015 – March 19
PRWeek awarded 35 trophies to the very best PR professionals in the Grand Hyatt, NYC. For five glinting hours, attendees networked between other go-getters at tables stationed nearby, while elites accepted awards and shared thoughts from the podium.
Annual Social Media for PR and Corporate Communications Conference – February 18-20
Held at Disney’s illustrious Yacht Club (yes, Disney World), at Lake Buena Vista, Florida. PR professionals learned how to properly exploit social media, using infographics, and new platforms while marching toward their goals carving personal stakes in what’s referred to as the social.
But the best measurement for PR conferences (other than the networking), is what can be learned from the speeches. So here are five we really liked.