30 PR conferences you don’t want to miss in 2019

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30 PR conferences you don’t want to miss in 2019
December 16th, 2018 View in browser
Muck Rack Daily

Attending PR conferences is a great way to develop a solid network of peers in your industry and get advice from experts in the field.

Keeping track of all the great PR conferences available out there can be tricky.

To make it a little easier, we’ve compiled a list of the top conferences to attend in 2019. (And bonus: We'll be updating the list regularly, so if you know of any other great conferences, be sure to let us know!)

Read on for the full list of conferences, and check out some other popular blog posts from the past few weeks.

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