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As well as social media leading the way in pharmacovigilance, clinical trial recruitment and digital marketing, the pharmaceutical industry is entering into a new and exciting digital era which is embracing patient engagement through sophisticated use of ‘social listening’ and playing a central role in cutting edge personalised healthcare such as wearable technology.
IPR Bridge—Public Relations and Communication Conference, is the first two-day conference geared toward both public relations and corporate communications practitioners and academics. IPR Bridge allows academics to learn from senior-level executives, while having an opportunity to present their research at a peer-reviewed conference, and allows mid-to-senior-level executives to learn about the latest in public relations and communications research. A key feature of the conference is the opportunity to network and interact with top leaders in both the practice and the academy in a small setting (max of 125 attendees).
The PRSA Employee Communications Connect 19 Conference will offer proven methods for empowering individual employees to powerfully impact the overall reputation and brand of an organization.
CONNECT Route Development Forum is now in its 16th year. Each annual CONNECT event brings together over 600 aviation decision makers including more than 65 airlines and 250 represented airports to discuss current and future air transport links. The events format is designed to deliver a total networking experience, blending formal and informal meeting opportunities for all delegates combined with our exclusive excursion programme to discover key elements of the Host destination.
For public affairs professionals and government communicators, staying current with today’s quickly evolving trends is vital. The PRSA Public Affairs and Government Summit, will focus on the multidisciplinary interests of public affairs professionals, and share valuable resources for communicators who hold public affairs roles in the private and NGO sectors, as well as in local, state and/or national government bodies and the military.