Working together and sharing best practice CIPR and PRSS
The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) and the Public Relations Society of Slovenia (PRSS) are delighted to work together to share best practice and exchange information of benefit to our members. We agree to implement an exclusive membership scheme which will link members of the PRSS with the CIPR. Under this scheme Global Affiliate membership of the CIPR is offered to all members of the PRSS at the special rate of £35.00 – offering a 50% reduction of the normal fee.
This agreement will link our associations by offering PRSS members access to the following member benefits and services.
- Sharing resources on best practice
Full access to the Member Area of the CIPR website. The Member Area is packed with an unrivalled collection of PR and business resources including over 100 case studies, over 40 ‘how-to’ PR guides and the latest research and briefings on communication issues.
Free subscription to Profile Extra, the CIPR’s online PR magazine with features on industry issues, case studies, our blog, PR news and more. Plus regular email newsletters to give updates on industry and CIPR news and an exclusive discount on a subscription to PRWeek.
- Supporting members
Advice and guidance as part of the CIPR’s continuous professional development scheme, and discounts on PR training workshops, conferences, events and a wide range of PR and business management books and research reports. Unlimited access to the Member Rooms in the CIPR PR Centre offering a London base to meet clients, hold meetings or work from when in the UK. CIPR membership offers professional recognition. All CIPR members sign a Code of Conduct as proof of commitment to the highest standards of professionalism.The CIPR online Member Directory lists details of over 9000 individual members in the UK and around the world – an excellent source of networking contacts.
Supporting each otherThrough our individual memberships of the Global Alliance and CERP we will continue to co-operate to ensure open exchange of information about the practice of public relations in our own countries to provide a better understanding of the unique aspects of each culture in which practitioners operate.
Colin Farrington, President of CIPR, and Natalija Postružnik, predsednico uprave PRSS, 6. junija 2007