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Get £100 off the Professional Copywriters’ Network Conference 2014

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9:30 AM | 21 July 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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An exclusive offer for FutureRising readers. Get a whopping discount off this years copywriting conference.

Are you interested in writing for advertising, marketing or social media? Any and all copywriters should take a look at this unique conference. Learn from and network with the likes of Rory Sutherland, Andy Maslen, Ros Sinclair and many more.

The Professional Copywriters Network (PCN) are hosting a copywriting conference on 26th September which follows on from their success last year. The conference is a great way to meet some of the best copywriters in the country, get valuable tips and insights and become better at what you do. Not to mention there’s plenty of contacts to be made who may be looking to hire keen, young copywriting talent.

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