CIPR International is delighted to announce Robyn de Villiers, CEO and Chairman of Burson-Marsteller, Africa, as this year's Maggie Nally Memorial Lecture keynote address.
Taking place in the Palace of Westminster from 6pm on Thursday, 4 May, 2017, the Maggie Nally Memorial Lecture represents a must-attend event in every PR professional's diary. The lecture will be followed by drinks reception and dinner at Cholmondeley Room and Terrace in the House of Lords.
De Villiers' address "Out of Africa: an Insider's Perspective" will tap on her extensive experience of the changing landscape of communication in Africa and the development of the PR industry across the continent. It will offer insight and advice to those wishing to engage with the very diverse markets and cultures of the continent.
With tickets sold on a first-come-first-served basis avoid disappointment and book now to secure your place.
About The Maggie Nally Memorial Lecture:
This is an important fixture on the annual communications calendar, attracting leading personalities from the in house and agency world.
This flagship annual event, organised by CIPR International, is held in memory of Maggie Nally, the CIPR's first female president and a leading public relations figure of her time. She co-founded CIPR's Greater London Group, served on the CIPR International committee and was awarded the Sir Stephen Tallents Medal in 1987.
* Please note that no refunds or cancellations are possible after 28 April 2017.