July 3rd 2018,
Rhodes House, Oxford

Global Reputation Forum 2018

The power and value of reputation has never been more vital or more prominent than it is today. The turbulence of recent times across a whole range of scenes - political, business, economic, societal - has turned the spotlight more fiercely than ever before on the question of trust and reputation.

That is why this first European Global Reputation Forum is so well-timed.

A Chatham House Rule event bringing together senior communications practitioners to hear and debate the insights provided by leading academics, lawyers, pollsters, ethicists and journalists provides the perfect opportunity to think about the issues that will define the future of our industry. And where better to host an event dedicated to deep thinking than in Oxford?

The Global Reputation Forum will lead the discussion on the paradoxes and complexities of reputation in the modern world.

This is not an event where we be looking at communications from a "how to" perspective, this event is for senior practitioners who want an insight into the complex, sometimes competing issues around reputation.

We will be looking at what it means for organisations to have a good reputation, a bad reputation and discussing the short, medium and long-term implications of each.

Speakers

"Reputation matters more than anything else, and more so than at any time in the past. So I am delighted to be chairing this event. There are many excellent PR conferences around the world. But the format of this one is truly unique and uniquely valuable."

Francis Ingham, PRCA Director General & ICCO Chief Executive

Get in Touch

Thank you for your interest in The Global Reputation Forum, please contact the appropriate member of staff or the conference chairman below:

Forum Director: Ben Smith bensmith@prmoment.com

Forum Chairman: Francis Ingham francis.ingham@prca.org.uk

Forum Logistics Manager: Nicola Gardiner nicola.gardiner@prmoment.com

Invoicing Inquiries: Lucy Smith lucy.smith@prmoment.com

Rhodes House, South Parks Rd, Oxford, OX1 3RG