March-June Conferences



Upcoming conferences

Public relations conferences can provide opportunities to learn for those who seek them. Whether one is looking to network, expand client reach, or update invaluable skills, here’s a list of four upcoming conferences that could provide you with the information you are seeking. 


PR Week Awards - March 16th, 2017, New York City, New York. One of public relations most prestigious events awards those corporate, agency, nonprofit and education teams that have gone above and beyond and deserve recognition. Details


Government Social Media Conference & Expo  – April 11-13, 2017, Dallas, Texas. Explore social media’s growing role in government communications efforts and hear from specialists who know first-hand how powerful this form of communication can be. Details.


Illuminate: 2017 Canadian PR Society National Summit – May 28-30, 2017, Kelowna, B.C. Network with some of the leading experts from around the world and increase your global influence and client reach with a trip to the national summit. Details


International Association of Business Communicators World Conference – June 11-14, 2017, Washington, D.C. A longstanding, global professional development event focused on the rise of innovation across all communications professions. Speakers will represent communications as a business-crucial part of an organization and highlight the need to make a real impact world-wide. Details

Later in the year


Public Relations Society of America International Conference – October 8-10, 2017, Boston, Massachusetts. Meet some of the most influential professionals in public relations including practitioners and industry vendors who are highlighting the best strategy tools, products, and more. Details.  


National Information Officers Association Annual Conference – Date: TBD, Clearwater, Florida. Leading public information officers will attend perhaps the best conference of the year for government communicators. Learn about crisis communications and how to effectively manage your efforts from first responders. Details

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