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TimeSession
09:00REGISTRATION AND BREAKFAST
09:30WELCOME KEYNOTE

Kevin Akeroyd, CEO, Cision and Chris Lynch, CMO, Cision

10:00TELLING GREAT STORIES

How communicators, marketers and advertisers can work together. Moderated by PRWeek editor-in-chief Danny Rogers

11:00BREAK
11:30GUEST KEYNOTE – SPEAKER DETAILS COMING SOON
12:15LUNCH
13:15BREAK OUT SESSIONS COMMENCE
KEYNOTE AUDITORIUMINNOVATION LOUNGE
13:15USING CREATIVITY TO PROVE THE VALUE OF PR

Kev O’Sullivan, executive creative director at FleishmanHillardFishburn, will discuss creativity in comms and its importance when looking to build campaigns which will resonate with your target audience

THE DEATH OF FACEBOOK: WHAT’S NEXT FOR SOCIAL AND PR
14:00CRISIS KILLERS: A REPUTATION MANAGEMENT MASTERCLASSWHAT’S IN THE LAB?

This interactive session will exhibit the most advanced technology comms professionals can use to help measure the value of their work.

14:45CIPR DIVERSITY PANEL

A panel to discuss diversity in PR. Hosted by the CIPR Greater London Group

THE COMMS REVOLUTIONISTS

We all know that comms professionals produce great work every day, but sometimes this goes unheralded.

We want to change that.

Cision’s Comms Revolutionists Awards will allow you to promote the great work you do every day and gain recognition for the impact you bring to your organisation.

15:30BREAK
16:00WHAT JOURNALISTS WANT

In our final session of the day, we speak to Francesco Guerrera, head of Europe, Dow Jones Media, Eleanor Mills, editorial director, the Sunday Times, Ellen Stewart, head of content, Pink News and Josh Newis-Smith, celebrity & entertainment editor, Glamour about the pressures of the ever-changing media landscape and what they want from PRs to help them do their job.

17:00CLOSING REMARKS
Abe Smith, President EMIA, Cision
17:15 – 18:15NETWORKING AND DRINKS RECEPTION