A look back in numbers

by Becky Hall – Chair of CIPR EA

As autumn sets in I thought it was a good time to take a look back at everything we've been up to in the last six months. The CIPR East Anglia committee members have been busy bees since the AGM in March, and I'm very proud of everything that has been achieved so far.

Here's the last half-year in numbers...
1For the first time, we collaborated with the CIPR’s Inside and Marcomms sector groups to deliver this year’s breakout sessions at our annual conference. Feedback has been that the speakers were ace and we were chuffed to see #BestPractice18 trending on Twitter

  14We like chit chat, and have run 14 networking events since March (mainly in pubs!). These included our first in Newmarket, Peterborough and Norwich – after local members got in touch with us – as well as our successful events Chelmsford, Ipswich, Cambridge, Colchester and Bury St Edmunds

27 There has been a +27% rise in entries for the PRide awards from teams in East Anglia and the Thames and Chiltern region. The standard gets better each year, which means the judges have their work cut out for them! Don't forget to get your Awards
night tickets.

    5 Five CIPR EA members have given pro bono PR support to our 2018 GiveBack partner, Our Own Place, including a Saturday workshop and follow-up comms work to help the charity.   In additon, four learning events, where members could collect those all-important CPD points, were:
Is there an event you’d like to see in the region? Or want to join the committee? Get in touch here!

  All of the above has happened because of the commitment and drive of the volunteers on the CIPR East Anglia committee and other CIPR members, who share their time, connections, organisational skills and ideas to promote professionalism in PR and comms and give members true value for their membership. A huge thank you from me – I can't wait to see what we achieve in the next six months! Keep an eye out on Eventbrite, or check our Facebook, LinkedIn or follow us on Twitter to see what's coming up for comms people in East Anglia.