Four reasons I am excited about this year’s Best PRactice Conference

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Two weeks to go and the programme is finalised, speakers are preparing their sessions, the coffees and pastries have been ordered (very important) and the East Anglia committee’s excited! Here’s why:

Variety | The ten speakers and breakout session leaders have a diverse range of experiences and expertise to share, being a mix of in-house pros, agency pros and consultants with knowledge of sectors such as higher education to tech to finance. Be ready for debate, post-its and some serious flip-chart action.

Partnerships | We’ve teamed up with the CIPR’s MarComms and Internal Comms committees to deliver four of breakout sessions and they’re shaping up a treat. Learn how to maximise the value of organisational champions, manage crises, make the complex simple and further your understanding of the buzzword concept of EX (employee experience). Cambridge Marketing College as event sponsors will be on hand to chat about advancing your career by completing one of their courses, and Brand Recruitment have kindly given us some goodies for your conference packs.

Networking | The conference is growing year on year and the energy of the people who attend, their willingness to share ideas and their appetite to learn is what makes the event a success. Our conference is a chance to mingle with familiar and new contacts from the area who experience similar challenges to you day in, day out.

New venue | For the first time we’re hosting the conference at the University of Cambridge’s Hauser Forum which is modern, closer to free parking and the room layout is perfect for breaking out into smaller group sessions.

Date: Wednesday 16 May, 1 – 5pm
Location: Cambridge

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