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9th Public Relations & Communications Summit

16 Jul 2013 - 17 Jul 2013 - Boston, MA, USA



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Out of the Box Keynotes. New Location. Un-conference discussion intensive sessions. The Senior Leadership Forum. Patient perspectives.

What Can You Expect from the 9th PR & Communications Summit?

The Senior Leadership Forum: A dedicated forum for senior directors or higher to discuss outside-of-communications topics in a 100% discussion-based format.

New Perspectives: We did extensive research and found the highest caliber of professionals working on key projects now to share their invaluable insights.

New Location: Boston, in addition to its growing pharma heavy presence, provides new faces and a new city to use as the backdrop to the event, which includes a tour of the MIT research facility.

Customizable Networking and Down Time: Whether meditation is your bag or speed networking and a tour of a research facility is what you want, you have options at this year’s event to maximize your time and monetary investment to your specifications.

Brand New Topics: Patient perspectives, Healthcare Reform interview, Innovation in Healthcare discussions- on top of the PR and communications discussions you need, we’re including more healthcare related topics to help you do your job better.



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