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The only networking group for Kent’s comms professionals

The PR Crowd will have its first meet-up of 2020 on Wednesday March 18th in Boughton, near Faversham.

The group is run by Izzy PR and Jodi Eeles at Floresco Communications, to give the county’s industry professionals the chance to meet each other, share client, agency or in-house issues and problems, look for answers, share best practice, get ideas, learn a few things and generally come together to support one another.

This time we’ll host a round table-style event to give us all the chance to say something to seek help and ideas – you might just find that golden nugget!

Our meet-ups of 2019 had some great feedback – it’s the county’s only group like it for the comms professional! Whether you’re a solo, agency, in-house, big fish or small fish, there’s something for everyone – and it’s free! We just ask that you buy a drink or two at the bar!

Between us, we will have lots of techniques, answers, ideas and help for each other.
We might talk about pricing, late paying clients, out of hours work, last-minute work, contacts, podcasts, blogs, software, hard to manage clients, dream clients, upcoming projects, pitches, collaborations – anything you like!

Join us from 6.30pm at The White Horse Inn, The Street, Boughton under Blean, Faversham. We’re looking forward to seeing familiar faces and would love to welcome some new ones too, so if you do know someone in comms that doesn’t know about us, share this news page and booking link! Remember, it’s free and a great place to meet people in our industry in Kent…

Arrive from 6.30pm or earlier, have something to eat, grab a drink, chat, then we’ll get going at 7pm for a 90-minute round table discussion.

Book your free place here (just to help us manage the numbers)