Phil Morgan, CIPR Policy and Communications Director said:
We are very happy to be using the CIPR's new, integrated newsroom to announce our partnership with PressPage, who are enabling us to make the most of their excellent service. We are looking forward to making the CIPR's announcements and media releases more engaging by being able to include rich digital content and to bring our resources to a wider audience.
Bart Verhulst, Co-founder & CEO of PressPage said:
We are delighted to be associated with the UK's leading Public Relations organisation. The CIPR is at the forefront of key developments in the PR profession, especially the work carried out by their social media panel. Hopefully this partnership will contribute in that direction.
The CIPR is also pleased to confirm that PressPage is offering members of the Institute the chance to utilise this impressive newsroom technology with a considerable discount - contact PressPage for further information.
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About the CIPR
The CIPR is the professional body for PR practitioners in the UK. With 9,500 members involved in all aspects of PR, it is the largest body of its type in Europe. The CIPR advances the PR profession in the UK by making its members accountable through a code of conduct, developing policies, representing its members and raising standards through education and training.
About Press Page
PressPage offers an online solution to PR agencies by providing a professional social media release and newsroom platform that can be easily branded and seamlessly integrated into the websites of an agency's clients. The platform gives PR agencies the opportunity to create, manage and track rich multi-media (press) messages with direct integration to and from social media platforms.
This turn-key technology enables PR agencies to efficiently and effectively capitalise on the strong demand from businesses in the field of online PR, whilst dramatically reducing costs.
PressPage supplies its technology to leading PR agencies worldwide.
For further information or for further comment contact:
Chartered Institute of Public Relations
Tel: 020 7631 6926 / 0797 104 3308