31 days till Brexit - CIPR issues new guidance for members
The CIPR has published a new guide designed to help public relations professionals prepare for Brexit.
The guide delivers information relevant to the profession on matters such as data protection, copyright law and travel. It also highlights the role public relations professionals can play in helping businesses prepare for every eventuality, particularly if the UK leaves with no deal.
The practical guidance has been published amidst growing political uncertainty, ahead of the UK's scheduled exit from the European Union on 29 March.
Despite the frustrating lack of clarity surrounding the impact of Brexit on professional services, it is crucial that PR professionals familiarise themselves with the basic details of the process and the potential outcomes for businesses. Whether you work in an agency, in-house or as an independent practitioner, there are likely to be significant changes to the way your clients or business operates. This guide will equip you with a basic understanding of how to help clients and organisations navigate the complexities of Brexit.
About the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR)
Founded in 1948, the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) is the Royal Chartered professional body for public relations practitioners in the UK and overseas. The CIPR is the largest membership organisation for PR practitioners outside of North America. By size of turnover and number of individually registered members, we are the leading representative body for the PR profession and industry in Europe.
The CIPR advances professionalism in public relations by making its members accountable to their employers and the public through a code of conduct and searchable public register, setting standards through training, qualifications, awards and the production of best practice and skills guidance, facilitating Continuing Professional Development (CPD), and awarding Chartered Public Relations Practitioner status (Chart.PR).