Senior and emerging corporate and brand communicators are invited to attend this strategic research conference co-sponsored by the Institute for Public Relations, Cision and PRIME Research. Attendees will learn how to improve their return on PR investment using strategic research at this October 8th event held in New York City.
Speakers include global corporate and brand communicators; senior public relations researchers from top companies; and leading scholars in the field. They will share best practice case-studies that inform the public relations community and will share their own experiences proving PR’s value. This will be a great opportunity to contribute to and learn from illuminating discussions about communication research and its applications. View last year's agenda and speaker bios here.
Register by September 13th to receive an early-bird rate of $699 for the conference!
Register for the bootcamp and the conference together for $999 and save $100. Learn more details below.
There will also be a research boot camp on October 7th. Registration for the boot camp is $399.
An optional research bootcamp will be held the day before the conference, October 7, 2019, led by IPR President and CEO, Dr. Tina McCorkindale and CEO of PRIME Research and CIO of Cision, Mark Weiner. Individual Registration for the Bootcamp is $399. The bootcamp will be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Cision located at 200 Vesey St, New York, NY, 10281.
Cancellation Policy: Refund of the registration cost, less an administrative fee of $200, will be made if written notice of cancellation is sent no later than September 7th. Cancellation requests made after the September 7th deadline will NOT be entitled to a refund. Cancellation of registration for this event must be made in writing and emailed to email@example.com. Substitute attendees will be permitted (with appropriate documentation and fee adjustment). All registration forms must be completed in order to be processed. Speakers, sessions and other conference events are subject to change without notice."