PR Practitioners From Across The World To Gather For World PR Conference & Festival In London

(lifePR) (London, ) The World PR Conference and Festival, organised by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (UK) and Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management, will bring together professional communicators from across the world to discuss global issues and industry trends impacting on their day jobs.

Themed 'The public benefit of public relations' and taking place on 23 and 24 June at the InterContinental Hotel, Park Lane, London, the conference includes 30 sessions on issues as diverse as:

- Communicating in London, the world's most diverse city
- How businesses such as car manufacturers and gas suppliers can handle climate change and environmental challenges
- How cities attract investment - the reputational issues that count
- Appealing to different audiences and cultures - lessons from the front-line

Colin Farrington, director general of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (UK) and chair of the Global Alliance, said: "The World PR Conference is a unique opportunity for PR professionals from across the world to come together and discuss industry issues, challenges and to share best practice.

"Themed the 'Public Benefit of Public Relations', this year's conference offers the PR industry globally the chance to show the important role that PR plays in business and society worldwide."

To view the conference programme and to secure your place visit

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About the Global Alliance

The Global Alliance brings together national public relations associations, allowing them to share ideas and best practices, seek common interests and standards, and better understand the unique aspects of each culture in which practitioners operate. The Alliance was founded in 2000 in Chicago by 25 bodies, including both national and international associations and now has links to over 60 associations. For further information, visit:


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