LONDON, 13th October, 2020
The Public Relations and Communications Association’s (PRCA) Corporate Group has announced Adam Honeysett-Watts CMPRCA as its new co-chair, joining Rebecca Donnelly CMPRCA.
Adam's the Founder & Director of do Different. and has more than 13 years of in-house as well as large and small agency experience in both developing and delivering purposeful campaigns and communications. He's supported and represented multiple corporations, SMEs and trade associations – predominantly in the finance, technology and retail sectors. Adam is also Principal Director of the Conservatives in Communications networking group.
PRCA Corporate Group Co-Chair Adam Honeysett-Watts CMPRCA, said:
"We're living in different times; for example, how we work, how we spend and how we consume information. With all this change there is a renewed emphasis on businesses to understand the landscape in which they operate and the world in which their stakeholders now live, while ensuring they continue to stand out from the crowd. For those reasons, it's time we did things a little bit... differently.
“PR professionals have a critical role to play in developing and delivering purposeful campaigns, and the PRCA Corporate Group is ready to act as a forum to share learnings and best practice, provoke debate and stimulate new ideas, and help shape the understanding of corporate communications."
For further information about the PRCA Corporate Group, please contact Kyrie Abrahams.
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