Dear PRFest community,
How are you coping? The #PRsUnite hangout was fun yesterday!
I wanted to let you know that I have made the decision to move PRFest online this year.
After much consideration, my conclusion was based on the fact that even if the rules were relaxed at the end of May or early June, who would really want to sit in close proximity to other people so soon after the first wave of the virus?
I’m a glass half full kind of gal, as most of you know, so after running hangouts on Zoom over the last few weeks, I think PRFest can be just as much fun online as it is in person.
This year as there were more break out sessions, and to give everyone more access, I’ll be trying to make all of the content live, therefore the event will now take place on the Wednesday (17th) and Thursday (18th) June.
I will be revising the programme today and splitting the sessions across two days.
The ticket price of £55 is for two day access and will last until the end of April. The price will then increase to £70. People who had previously bought tickets have had a partial refund.
(There will be no lunch provided this year 😉 lol)
I am hoping that the event will have an even greater impact globally. Going online will allow a much greater audience to take part and this excites me!
I will of course have technical things to work out and I’ll keep everyone updated.
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I’m a bit nervous but this will convert to good energy to take PRFest even further. A global community of PR and communication professionals who are modernising, sharing and learning is an excellent demonstration of the powers of collaborative working.
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Finally, thank you for your continued support and for being you!
I hope to speak to, or see you, soon.