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Financial PR Consultant

Role Overview We are looking for a consultant who is comfortable in day to day client contact and in managing client relationships where appropriate. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the senior team members in giving day to day financial and business communications counsel. There will also be a significant involvement in the […]

Senior Executive

An immediate opening for a full-time Senior Executive to join its dynamic and fast-growing team. We are looking for someone who is passionate about Communication both in the traditional sense and Digital. The successful candidate needs to be driven, creative in both thinking and approach, a problem solver, people person and  multi-tasker. Solid client management […]

How to write a winning award entry

I have been helping a number of clients to write award entries recently and noticed one area where everyone seems to have a block.  Passion and excitement over-rides results. It’s not that they don’t mention achievements at all, but they don’t link closely enough to what the client was trying to achieve. As a judge, […]


Helsinki, ICCO Global Summit, October 6th, 2017 – Leading international networking group GWPR (Global Women in PR) revealed that although women represent two-thirds of the global PR industry, 78% of the CEOs in the top 30 PR agencies worldwide* are men and that they also occupy 62% of seats at the PR boardroom table. The […]

PRCA announces expulsion of Bell Pottinger

The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) announced today that it has imposed its most serious sanctions on Bell Pottinger, following the industry regulator’s investigation into Bell Pottinger’s work for Oakbay Capital in South Africa. The investigation followed a complaint from the Democratic Alliance. Bell Pottinger’s membership has been terminated with immediate effect. Bell Pottinger will not be […]

Over-servicing – five ways to turn losses into profit

By Victoria Tomlinson Earlier this month I delivered two courses for Dubai PR agencies through PRCA Mena – the first was on over-servicing, particularly around how to turn a loss into profit (the second was on business development techniques).  While both were tailored to the issues of PR companies, the points are relevant to any service […]

Training terms and conditions

Cancellation Terms PRCA does not offer any refunds on training courses booked, only a transfer (of the same cost value) is eligible. Should a PRCA Member book and pay Non Member rate, a credit note for the cost difference will be issued. We cannot issue a refund for the cost difference. Transfer Policy If you […]

PRCA MENA launches Matchmaker Service to help match clients with agencies

PRCA MENA launches Matchmaker Service to help match clients with agencies PRCA MENA is launching a service to help clients find PR and communications support across the region, and to guide them through the pitch process. The Matchmaker service is available for use by client organisations, procurement professionals, business owners and in-house teams whether they […]

PRCA MENA Launches Digital PR and Communications Report 2017

The Public Relations and Communications Association in the Middle East and North Africa (PRCA MENA) has revealed the findings of its first Digital PR and Communications Report, with insights across the following key areas: In-house budgeting for paid media continues to rise Web design and build is a huge growth area for PR and communications […]

PRCA MENA launches face-to-face training in Dubai

PRCA MENA has partnered with the Media Network, the news, networking and data centre for the Middle East media community, to provide half day face-to-face training courses in Dubai. The face-to-face training is in addition to over 40 online training webinars that PRCA MENA currently offers. All trainers have completed a rigorous assessment process and […]