Communications Management Standard
Our Communications Management Standard is the hallmark of PR excellence.
CMS accreditation provides a badge of professionalism for the public relations industry. It helps to improve consultancy businesses while assuring both clients and employees that audited firms offer quality management and performance.
CMS is an independent audit looking at eight key area’s in the consultancy.
Leadership & CommunicationsThe auditors look for evidence that the consultancy is well-managed. Responsibilities at all levels must be clearly defined, and all employees must not only understand their accountabilities but also know how and when they will be judged on their performance.
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PRCA statement on Francis Ingham
Today the PRCA Board has been informed that Francis Ingham has passed away after a short illness. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his
PRCA Américas lanza la Membresía de Graduados
La Asociación de Relaciones Públicas y Comunicaciones (PRCA) Américas ofrece un año de membresía gratuita a estudiantes recién graduados de relaciones públicas, marketing y comunicaciones
PRCA Américas lança associação para profissionais recém-formados
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PRCA Americas launches Graduate Membership
The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) Americas is offering one-year of free membership to recently graduated PR, marketing, and communications students in Latin America
Mynewsdesk and Oxford University Press to hold a live global event
Mynewsdesk and Oxford University Press are bringing you a unique global event on the 2nd of March, 2023. Based from a recent study on fact-findings
NYU / PRWeek Study on Partisanship in PR Illuminates Ethics Insights
Kicking off 2023, kudos are in order to New York University and public relations industry trade publication PRWeek, for co-sponsoring a U.S. PR practitioner study