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The Chartered Institute of Public Relations is launching a new network to provide tailored support to freelance and independent PR practitioners.
The CIPR said: “Working independently offers practitioners greater flexibility and control over their own affairs but independent professionals face a broad range of challenges including isolation and lack of budget for training.
“The new initiative – developed in consultation with CIPR members – offers discounted training opportunities and additional networking support to members based across the UK and abroad.”
The group will be led by Dominic Ridley-Moy MCIPR (a LPS committee member) and Ebony Gayle.
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