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Proactive PR Offers Exclusive Package for SCTE Membership

Proactive International PR Ltd – the multimedia UK-based consultancy specialising in broadband and technology – is to offer its specialist skills to the global membership of the Society of Broadband Professionals, known as the SCTE.

In an exclusive agreement between Proactive PR and the SCTE, members will be offered discounted packages of PR support, ranging from basic news release writing and delivery to advanced multimedia services including social media and video.

Proactive PR has clients across four Continents and has a network covering around 100 countries. It works with service providers, vendors, industry bodies, test laboratories and membership organisations including the Broadband Forum, HGI (Home Gateway Initiative) and the HomeGrid Forum.

“As a company which ‘lives’ broadband every single day, we see a natural link to the SCTE and its membership and we look forward to helping to raise the awareness and profile of members around the world,” said Proactive PR Founder and CEO Brian Dolby.

“We are always looking to provide value and opportunities for our members and we were delighted when Proactive PR decided to get involved,” said the SCTE.

“We know that the company is built largely around telecommunications and associated technologies as well as working with companies in the industry. It also attends and covers most of the conferences and exhibitions that interest our members”.

Founded in 1945, the SCTE is a Learned Society and non-profit making organisation whose aim is to raise the standard of broadband engineering in the telecommunications industry. It particularly concerns itself with the training and career advancement of technical professionals.

The SCTE also provides accreditation and certification for its members and stages international lecture meetings, networking events and conferences/exhibitions, as well as offering industry bursaries and awards. Its Balkans Broadband Conference and Exhibition will be held in Belgrade (Serbia) on 29 March 2012. The Society chairs the British Standards Committee for cable systems and represents the UK at European (CENELEC) and world (IEC) levels.

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