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US Events Update | January 25th 2016

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January 26 – The ultimate cybersecurity survival guide

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There is not a brand representative out there who would not benefit from an expert playbook to handle such crises before, during, and after they occur. That’s where this latest presentation in the PRWeek Performance Series – led by Harry Frazier, leader of the global Privacy and Cyber Risk practice at FleishmanHillard, and Melissa Ventrone, chair of law firm Wilson Elser's data privacy and security practice – comes in. 
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Monday, February 22 –  Brand Film Festival  
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PRWeek and Campaign US are coming together to celebrate the marketing industry's finest achievements in cinematic storytelling.

The Brand Film Festival will showcase the year's most artistic, creative and effective branded content films, from Vines to YouTube videos to long-form documentaries. Taking place in New York City on May 4, 2016, this groundbreaking event will recognize marketing's evolution from distraction to entertainment, while rewarding the brands, agencies and craftspeople leading the way in their field.

Enter today and join us in celebrating brand storytelling that moves the needle by moving consumers. Submissions deadline is February 22, 2016. 

 


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March 17 – The 2016 PRWeek US Awards

Join us on March 17, 2016 at a new venue, Cipriani Wall Street in New York City, for our awards dinner to celebrate the PR profession and congratulate the winners. It will be a night filled with excitement and entertainment with the top agency and corporate PR professionals attending.

Click here to reserve your table as we have limited availability this year.


   
 

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