The North Carolina Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (NCPRSA) and its partners are organizin the Public Relations & Marketing Seminar on November 3 at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill. The full-day event addresses public relations, marketing, advertising and communications professionals from throughout the Southeast who attend.
The seminar’s ninth edition agenda features concurrent sessions and round-table discussions on a variety of topics: accreditation, branding, business development, change management, client satisfaction, co-marketing, consumer PR, crisis management, integrated pitches, interactive marketing, media pitches, social media, sustainability, seasoned with other networking and learning opportunities.
“Even in a difficult economic environment, public relations is proving its value in helping to brand companies and contribute to the bottom line,” says Sarah Lamm, NCPRSA seminar chair. “We believe this seminar will further develop the knowledge and skill set of professionals charged with promoting their clients’ messages.”
For this year’s Public Relations & Marketing Seminar, NCPRSA has partnered with the Tar Heel and Nashville PRSA Chapters, as well as International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), Triangle and National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI), and Triangle Chapter.
Attendees will enjoy valuable insight from partner organizations representatives, joined by experts from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, Capstrat, Fleishman-Hillard, Forge Communications, French/West/Vaughan, GlaxoSmithKline, iContact, IMRE, Mike Davis PR, Moe’s Southwest Grill, New Kind, PR Newswire, Raleigh Convention Center, RTI International, Rockett Interactive, S & A Cherokee, Springleaf Strategies, TriOut, Triangle Red Cross, Two Toasters and the UNC General Alumni Association.
While the early bird discount will end on September 27, the registration link on the NCPRSA site is not yet available in their event calendar. Keep an eye on their website to see it when it finally becomes available.
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