THURSDAY 8 JAN 2015 4:32 PM


The Public Relations Consultants Association (PRCA) has elected a new PR council to see it through 2015. The council’s role is to give the PRCA face-to-face contact with practicing PR practitioners and is made up of senior representatives from the country’s top communications teams.

Last year’s council informed highly influential projects such as the Economics of Reputation initiative and the PR Agency of the Future resource. Both projects provided industry insight for PRCA members and the wider public relations industry.

Richard Fogg, managing director at CC Group and elected PR council member, says, “The PR Council is about practical, valuable research and thought leadership for the industry, and I’m honoured to be involved for 2015.”

Among those elected to the council are representatives from global agencies, Weber Shandwick, Ogilvy PR and Eulogy! In-house communicators include professionals from Westminster University and Vodafone Group. PR Council Officers are chairman, Tony Langham, chief executive at Lansons, and vice-chairman David Hamilton, head of PR and engagement at Action For Children.

Chairman of PRCA Groups and inaugural in-house members also make up the PR council.

To see the full list of elected council members, click here.


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