6 June 17.30
The Cambridge Analytica scandal has highlighted just how damaging PR crises can be. From a small tech PR firm in East Anglia to a Silicon Valley behemoth, it seems no one is immune from reputational damage.
As big data brings companies to their knees; digital communications exposes organisations to scrutiny like never before; and as the media landscape changes beyond all recognition, we’ll be asking what PR professionals can do to mitigate the damage of reputational crises.
Through a discussion with leading figures in Oxford’s vibrant PR community, we will be examining the anatomy of a crisis: before it starts; while it happens; and after it passes.
This event will provide practical advice for PR professionals about what they can do to support their organisations and their clients.
- Matthew Sherrington, Communications Director, Oxfam
- Rachel Goode, Group Communications Director, Oxford University Press
- Adam Barber, Managing Director, Tamarindo Communications
Free drink on arrival to the first 40 people, courtesy of our sponsors Venn Group.
This event is for public relations professionals working in the Oxford.
Registration is compulsory, and proof of sign-up will be required on the night. We look forward to seeing you there.