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January 28, 2016

Communication Industry Thought Leaders to Converge in Indianapolis this Fall

PRSA is now accepting presentation submissions for its annual International Conference
NEW YORK, January 28, 2016 – The race to the PRSA 2016 International Conference in Indianapolis is underway. The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) has opened its call for presentations and invites communication industry experts to share their research, strategies, best practices and results at the annual Conference Oct. 23 – 25, 2016. Applicants may submit presentation proposals to PRSA via the International Conference website.
 
The PRSA International Conference is the world’s largest gathering of public relations professionals, where participants gain industry knowledge through insightful professional development sessions, inspiring keynote presentations and a variety of networking opportunities with colleagues and business leaders from around the world. Through our call for presentations, we invite the best of the communications industry to share their knowledge and insight with the more than 3,000 participants attending the Conference.
 
The deadline to submit your proposal is Tuesday, Feb. 16 at 11:59 p.m. EST. PRSA is requesting presentations for the following programming tracks:
 
  • Integration
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Specialization
  • Strategic Planning and Implementation
  • Leadership and Management
Applicants will be notified of final selections in April. Potential speakers are encouraged to download the “Call for Presentations” Preparation Guide to view guidelines for submitting a proposal. Applicants with further questions may reference the “Call for Presenations” FAQ section of the website. If you’re interested in attending the Conference, register by May 1 to save $300.

In addition to the official events held at the JW Marriott Indianapolis, Conference hotel, PRSA invites you to explore the “Crossroads of America.” While visiting the capital city of Indiana, be sure to visit Indianapolis’s famous Monument Circle, the Indianapolis Museum of Art and the world’s largest children’s museum in the world, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. Of course, no visit would be complete without visiting the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, host of the Indianapolis 500, the world's largest single-day sporting event.
 

About the Public Relations Society of America
PRSA is the largest professional organization serving the U.S. public relations community. With a mission to “advance the profession and the professional,” PRSA provides news and information, thought leadership, continuing education and networking opportunities; sets standards of professional excellence and ethical conduct; and advocates for the business value of public relations and greater diversity among public relations professionals. Based in New York, PRSA comprises 112 local Chapters; 14 Professional Interest Sections that focus on specific industries and practice areas; and the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), which is active at more than 340 colleges and universities.
 
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Contact(s):
Rosanne Mottola
phone: (212) 460 1464
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