Tuesday, 28 March 2017

PRCAN To Hold Executive Council Election At AGM On March 31

Public Relations Consultants Association of Nigeria (PRCAN) will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Executive Council election on Friday March 31, 2017.

During the AGM, a new executive council will be elected. The event is expected to have all the 56 member companies of the association represented as the outgoing council would be giving account of their stewardship the past council year.

A significant part of activities lined up for the AGM is an interactive discourse session. The outgoing President of the association Mr John Ehiguese will present a paper that would review current trends in the market and highlight contemporary challenges being faced in the Nigeria’s PR industry.



John Ehiguese
His presentation will be discussed by a panel of young entrepreneurs mixed with old practitioners while some practitioners from outside our market are expected to skype in and give a broader perspective from the international market.

The outgoing President of the association Mr John Ehiguese will deliver a paper that would review current trends in the market and highlight contemporary challenges being faced in the Nigeria’s PR industry.
The outcome of this session would be developed into a communiqué that would become the roadmap for the incoming executive.

The outgoing council is made up of a team of five namely: John Ehiguese, President; Muyiwa Akintunde, Vice President; Adetola Odusote, Secretary General; Jaiye Opayemi, Publicity Secretary; Mike Nzeagwu, Assistant Secretary General; and Mojisola Saka, Honourable Treasurer.

PRCAN, the umbrella body of Public Relations consultancy firms operating in Nigeria, has as its primary objective the promotion of professional reputation management in Nigeria, in both the public and private sectors. It is also committed to maintaining professional standards and discipline among members and providing the right environment for the public and private sectors to thrive and meet their PR consultancy needs.

PRCAN is chartered by NIPR Bye Law to cater to the interests of the consultancy side of PR practice in Nigeria. It currently has a membership of 51 PR firms providing services across at least 21 PR practice areas.

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