On the evening of Monday 7 July in Committee Room 10 at the House of Commons, the CIPR will be hosting a Debating Group event to debate the motion 'Wearable Technology is an ethical nightmare for the communications, marketing and PR professions'.
Chair: Lord Clement-Jones
Proposing the motion: Stephen Davies, Founder, Substantial Digital Health
Seconding the motion: Neville Hobson, NevilleHobson.com
Opposing the motion: Stephen Waddington MCIPR, CIPR President, Digital and Social Media Director at Ketchum Europe
Seconding: Claire Walker FCIPR, Chief Executive, Firefly Communications
Live #PRethics - tweets
What is the Debating Group?
The Debating Group has been holding debates in the House of Commons since 1975. They bring marketers, politicians, journalists and the public together to discuss the contentious political issues which surround marketing communications.
Please contact Tina Surnam at email@example.com if you're interested in attending this event.