PRWeek's annual conference, PRDecoded will be held in a virtual setting this year.
Join us on October 12-14 for a three-day virtual conference filled with presentations, roundtables,
networking, gamifications and much more. New environment, same inspiring concept!
The theme for this year is Purpose Transformed, the third chapter in the progression of purpose at PRWeek’s highest-profile annual gathering. As last year proved, we cannot predict the circumstances that will surround the event. However, we will continue to build upon the powerful conversations from last year’s first online conference PRDecoded: Purpose in Action while providing ways for the PR community to connect and learn from one another. Stay tuned to the PRWeek channels as we announce speakers who are moving the needle forward on racial equity, sustainability, financial commitment behind purpose and building trust as brand communicators in the wake of Covid-19.
TAKE A LOOK BACK AT PRDECODED + PURPOSE AWARDS 2020!
If you missed last year's event you can register now and get access to the 2020 PRDecoded Conference and Purpose Awards on-demand.
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