Have you heard about the PRSA 2009 International Conference? Join thousands of communications professionals in beautiful San Diego, November 7–10, where you will learn how to thrive in our challenging economy. Be a part of the Conference that will rejuvenate your career and organization, and give you the knowledge you'll need to take control of your professional future.
Take advantage of the bottom-line benefits of attending the PRSA 2009 International Conference. You and your peers will:
Be immersed in four jam-packed days of 80+ Professional Development sessions on the hottest communications topics, including social media, crisis communications, branding and sustainability. Visit www.prsa.org/conf2009 for a detailed list of this year's Conference workshops and pre-Conference seminars, or download the PDF of the full Conference brochure. If you are on our mailing list, be on the lookout for the hard copy of the PRSA 2009 International Conference brochure arriving in your mailbox soon!
Get more bang for your buck! This is the one event that covers all aspects of public relations and communications for the price of registration.
Network with thousands of your peers at our Opening Night Event, luncheons, networking events and refreshment breaks. Don't forget your business cards!
Immediately put to use the tons of fresh ideas and insights you've learned — and positively affect your bottom line.
Don't miss our compelling keynote speakers who will give their insights on a monumental year — and a hopeful future.
Influential, outspoken and fearless, Arianna Huffington is the founder and driving force behind The Huffington Post, one of the most successful and powerful news and opinion sites. Join us as she explores the connection between politics and public affairs, and the impact it has on the future of the public relations profession.
Get the inside track on how worldwide events influence today's economic environment and how they affect you from Todd Buchholz, former White House director of economic policy, regular commentator on American Public Radio's "Marketplace," and critically acclaimed author.
Is traditional media falling apart before our eyes, and more importantly, are we prepared to pick up the pieces? Bob Garfield, columnist, Advertising Age, critic, essayist, pundit, international lecturer and broadcast personality, explores this topic in his latest book, “The Chaos Scenario.”
You asked and we listened. We also have created a Conference program of 80+ sessions that answers your unique needs, including career counseling, social media strategies and enhanced networking. In addition to Professional Interest Section lunches held at local culinary hot spots, you can now participate in free-flowing conversations on vital topics during our Meet the Experts sessions. Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to get up close and personal with the best and brightest minds in our profession.
Register now at www.prsa.org/conf2009.
Hope to see you in sunny San Diego!