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Communication professionals in Mauritius invited to join virtual meeting on “CIPR in 2020”

Mauritius, June 26, 2020: The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) International Committee will be holding a virtual meeting on ‘CIPR in 2020’ on Monday 29 June to share news on its latest initiatives with PR and communications professionals in Mauritius.

The meeting will be hosted by Samantha Seewoosurrun, Member of the International Committee, and speakers will include Jenni Field, CIPR President, Andras Sztaniszlav, Chair of CIPR International, and Graham Kench, Membership & CPD Manager.

Samantha Seewoosurrun, Member of the International Committee and CIPR’s representative in Mauritius

Samantha Seewoosurrun, who is also the CIPR’s representative in Mauritius, explained: “The CIPR is seeking to seeking to support the PR industry globally with a range of new online initiatives to help PR professionals in their career. Now, more than ever, it is important for communications professionals to sharpen their skills and build their knowledge. We have courses covering crisis communications and change communication, among others, which can provide useful guidance to PR professionals as they navigate the challenges ahead post COVID-19.”

 “CIPR has also launched an online chartership process to help senior professionals on the market prove their worth. I would encourage all communication professionals from Mauritius to attend this meeting to learn more about how we can support them on their career path,” she added.

 The new online chartership assessment process, launched this year, will be one of the main topics of discussion, and Saad Alrubaiaan, who recently became the first GCC national to obtain chartered status, will also share his own recent experience of the online assessment. The meeting will also cover other new initiatives launched this year, including virtual training and new courses to support members over the course of the COVID-19 crisis.

 The virtual meeting will be held on Monday 29 June at 7pm Mauritius time on Zoom. Communications professionals are invited to sign up at


For more information, please contact:

Samantha Seewoosurrun
(+230) 5772 4400


About CIPR

 The Chartered Institute of Public Relations is a professional body in the United Kingdom for public relations practitioners. Founded as the Institute for Public Relations in 1948, CIPR was awarded Chartered status by the Privy Council of the United Kingdom in 2005 and added “Chartered” to its name. The organization is the world’s only Royal Chartered professional body for public relations practitioners, with nearly 10,000 members.



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