IABC has participated in other industry collaborations, including the: * 2011 Stockholm Accords, developed in concert with the Global Alliance, an organization that supports regional communication and public relations organizations around the world.
What does PRO stand for?
PRO stands for Public Relations Organization (various organizations)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of PRO
We have 177 other meanings of PRO in our Acronym Attic
- Project Residence Office (US Coast Guard)
- Proline (Amino Acid)
- Proper Ram-air Orientation (parachute packing method)
- Propuesta Republicana (Spanish: Republican Proposal; Argentina)
- Prospect Research Online (Canada)
- Protracted Refugee and Displaced Person Operations (until May 1998; see PRRO)
- Provo (Amtrak station code; Provo, UT)
- Public Record Office (British Archives)
- Public Relations Officer
- Publication Requirement Officer
- Atrial Natriuretic Factor Prohormone
- Pro Tempore (Latin: For the Time Being)
- Before, in Front of (Prefix)
- Presence or Absence of Coexistent Vasopressin Precursor
- Prospective Drug Utilization Review
- Progetti Emiliani (Italian marketing agency)
- Pre-OCONUS (Outside the Continental United States) Travel File (US Army)
- Pennsylvania Residential Owners Association
- Polarized Refrigerant Oil Additive
Samples in periodicals archive:
amp;#8221; PRSA-NCC is a professional public relations organization of approximately 1,500 members in the Washington, DC, metropolitan region.
00 Hardcover UH705 Although at the start of the Second World War, the Canadian Army had no public relations organizations whatsoever, by the end of the war public relations (PR) was a substantial operation employing hundreds of personnel responsible for press liaison, press censorship, psychological warfare, film and photographic coverage, accrediting correspondents, ensuring the transmission of news stories to Canada, promoting the image of the Canadian Army, and interacting with other Allied PR authorities.