- Guild of Public Relations Practitioners
The Guild of Public Relations Practitioners is a
guildin the City of London. The Guild was formed in 2000 to represent the public relationsprofession and for charitable purposes.
The Guild aims to achieve a grant of
liveryto become a Livery Company.
Chartered Institute of Public Relations
* [http://www.prguild.com/ Website]
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