one event, three streams, five days

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7 - 9 September

Now in its 7th year, PRWeek’s flagship conference brings together senior industry leaders from brands and agencies to look at the latest developments, threats and challenges facing the UK’s communications industry.

Running over three days (Monday 7 – Wednesday 9 September), the event will provide opportunities to network, debate and learn from the entire media and marcomms ecosystem.

Agenda highlights include:

  • Creative brand reactions to the COVID crisis – Patagonia, Exposure, Just Eat & Bacardi
  • Managing and motivating a PR team – British Olympic Association
  • How has the coronavirus pandemic altered the role of PR in the marcomms food chain? – 3 Monkeys Zeno, Page Group, UKTV, Bacardi

10 - 11 September

PRWeek’s inaugural Influencer360 conference will bring together industry practitioners from leading brands and agencies who will discuss the latest opportunities and threats to this burgeoning channel.

Running on Thursday 10 – Friday 11 September,  this event will help you identify and utilise influencers and how to build creative and innovative campaigns.

Agenda highlights include:

  • Navigating influencer marketing #trustissues – Takumi
  • Creativity and cooperation: Finding balance when working with influencers – MediaCom
  • Hear from the platforms- How will the industry evolve? – Facebook, Pintrest and Takumi

10 - 11 September

Experiential marketing is an area growing at a considerable pace and increasing in popularity. But how do you measure the ROI of experiential and demonstrate the value to internal stakeholders?

Running on Thursday 10 – Friday 11 September, you’ll hear from expert speakers who’ll help you break through to your audience with the latest and greatest creative ideas. 

Agenda highlights include:

  • The Experience Economy: the future of live storytelling – American Express, Google and Barclays Ventures
  • Globalise and localise: International experiential campaigns Unilever
  • Is experiential the future of the high-street? -Samsung, Klarna and Dr. Martens