Celebrate CPRS Hamilton’s Leaders in Public Relations
Join us at the Scottish Rite Club of Hamilton on Tuesday, May 8 for our 2018 Annual General Meeting. Celebrate CPRS Hamilton’s success with your colleagues and peers, and have your voice heard in our professional community.
The Special Awards presentation will follow the AGM at 6:30 p.m. Nominated by peers, these awards recognize exceptional leadership and action in the public relations profession.
Keynote speaker Stephen Murdoch, Vice President of Public Relations for Enterprise Canada will close the evening by sharing his experiences as a celebrated PR leader and mentor.
Space is limited so please register by Friday, May 4 at 4:00 p.m.
- CPRS Member: Free
- Non-Member: $30 (early-bird), $35 (after April 27)
- AGM: 5:15-6:15 p.m.
- Welcome and Special Awards Presentations: 6:30-7:15 p.m.
- Keynote Speaker Stephen Murdoch 7:15-7:45 p.m.
- Networking: 7:45-8:30 p.m
Stephen Murdoch provides outstanding media and public relations counsel to a wide range of clients in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Since joining Enterprise in 2004, he has spearheaded hundreds of public relations, media relations and promotional projects, helping clients build their reputations and raise awareness of commercial and not-forprofit initiatives. He has helped build the profile of organizations across Canada and the United States. He is a frequent guest commentator in media across Ontario on the changing media landscape and managing corporate and individual reputations. Stephen is intimately involved with every public relations client on the Enterprise roster, helping companies and organizations find common ground with the media. Stephen maintains excellent relationships with journalists across Canada, who respect his news judgment and his ability to position information effectively. He began his career as a Communications and Marketing Coordinator with Humber College, where he was responsible for a variety of assignments in public relations, media relations, community relations and marketing communications. From there, he joined the Canadian Retail Hardware Association (CRHA) as Communications Manager, responsible for strategic partnership marketing and communications. In addition to providing public relations counsel for the national association, Stephen was publicist for the association’s annual trade show. Stephen has also delivered well received information and instructional courses to members of various associations and teaches a course in public relations at Niagara College.
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