News from the South West Group.
Social Media Evaluation
Wednesday, 26 November, 17:45 to 20:15
Hotel Du Vin, Parabola Road, Cheltenham, GL50 3AQ
Cheltenham welcomes Lilach Bullock. Listed in Forbes as a top 20 female social media power influencer, Lilach is highly regarded on the world speaker circuit. She has spoken at Number 10 Downing Street and been named by Oracle as Europe's leading social influencer.
She will be outlining best practices in social media measurement and providing a roadmap for quantifying social success and demonstrating ROI. Find out more and book
Social media - advanced
Wednesday 18 March 2015
CIPR HQ training coming to our region. Watch this space for booking details. For more details on what the training covers, view the course description.
CIPR Council elections – results!
Following the close of the ballot at 5pm Monday 22 September, the results of the 2014 Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) elections have now been announced. Full details of results are available on the CIPR news page. We are very happy to share here that our South West Committee Chair, Pam Lloyd has been elected to the English Regions List.
Five CIPR Council seats were contested on the English Regions List by eight candidates. The following candidates were elected:
- Paul Cullen MCIPR (CIPR Greater London)
- Lisa Jones MCIPR (CIPR Midlands)
- Pam Lloyd MCIPR (CIPR South West)
- Justin McKeown FCIPR (CIPR Yorkshire & Lincolnshire)
- Abi Whitfield MCIPR (CIPR North West)
It's great news that the South West will be represented by a member of our regional Committee on the Council.
The South West is a vast region geographically, with comms people from all sectors, in businesses large and small, as sole practitioners, in in-house roles, in huge public sector organisations and everything in between. I am constantly impressed and delighted by the breadth of great work going on in our region.
Now the real push towards professionalising our industry begins, so that all of these individuals and those coming into the field in generations to come are working to a common standard of excellence.
I'm proud to be representing our great region on the CIPR Council. My thanks to everyone who voted for me – I really do appreciate your support.
Thanks again to everyone that took the time to vote in this year's elections.