The Public Relations Consultants Association (Ireland) represents the interests of the top PR consultancies operating in this country. Established in 1989, it provides a forum for members to communicate with each other, as well as with government and other public bodies and associations. It also aims to represent the Irish PR sector in the media and internationally.. More »

What We Do

The PRCA is the trade association for Irish consultancies engaged in the practice of public relations. The Association acts as a spokesperson and regulator for the PR industry, seeking to instil confidence in public relations as a whole.

Member Benefits

One of the services most valued by members is the regular health check survey. This confidential survey gives a snapshot of key industry indicators including hourly rates and salaries.

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PR Excellence Awards

Our annual awards are open to all companies, organisations and individuals who have used the services of public relations practitioners - internal or external – who are members of either the Public Relations Consultants Association (Ireland), the Public Relations Institute of Ireland or the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (N.I. Region).  Click here for more information and to enter the 2016 Awards »

Why PR?

Good communications is an essential part of any mature, open and evolving democratic society. It enables people to make more informed decisions and for groups and organisations to make themselves heard in the public arena.

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Looking for a PR Consultant? PRCA offers a directory of leading PR agencies in Ireland and Northern Ireland.

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