The autumn gathering of PRGN was an excellent opportunity to catch up with our partner agencies – more than 50 in total – from around the world, writes OWEN CULLEN.
A lot of people want to get into Public Relations these days. More journalists are making the crossover, more graduates are entering the industry, more students are selecting PR as their course of choice. We work in one of Ireland’s boom sectors.
The autumn gathering of Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) took place in sunny Lisbon last week, with a busy three-day programme culminating in the presentation of this year’s Best Practice awards.
PR agencies bring together diverse skills and different personalities, all working together in perfect harmony...
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