PR and Communication practitioners to discuss and interrogate – 9 June 2016

Theme “Re-positioning the Kenyan National Brand”.

The event brought together PR and Communication practitioners to discuss and interrogate issues of national concern with regard to repositioning the Kenyan national brand. They also offered solutions on how the fraternity can support the communication agenda around creating a positive brand image and reputation for the brand to make it more competitive in the region and beyond.

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#TeamPR the biggest awards ceremony of the year is here!
Join us this Friday for the #prskawards2019 dinner ceremony, as we Celebrate the Best in PR Excellence.
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This year's summit's discussions were as disruptive as they were illuminative. From how Artificial Intelligence is going to be Public Relations practitioners intelligent assistant to the regulation debate. PR regulation isn't meant to punish or chase away rather to sanitise and professionalise the profession.
We also launched the PR Digest magazine (available on our website under the publications menu bar) and signed an MOU with Public Relations Association of Uganda - PRAU and Public Relations Society of Tanzania - PRST to among other things revive East African Public Relations Associations (EAPRA) and drive conversations regarding the image of the East African Community. Kenya will assume chairmanship for one year from 2020-2021 and will host the first EAPRA conference post the renewed collaboration.
Thank you #TeamPR for coming out in large numbers and your support in making the #prsksummit2019 a success. Next stop is Movenpick Hotel and Residences, Nairobi for the #prskawards2019 dinner. See you then
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Today we kicked off the #prsksummit2019 with industry presentations on different topics. Over 300 delegates from public and private sectors enjoyed intensively interactive sessions on: Social media and health communication in women; Stakeholder mapping and analysis using Netmap toolkit; Creating a good working relationship with PR agencies; New media accreditation guidelines and PR measurement in the age of change.
We also launched the Status of PR and Communication Management Survey Report, which will be uploaded on the PRSK website for members' consumption.
We are thankful to Day 1 speakers and to #TeamPR for turning up in large numbers for this year's summit.
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