PRovoke, ICCO, APACD and chatbot research platform Stickybeak have partnered to continue the third wave of research on how Covid-19 is impacting the global PR industry.
PRINZ has released the second Research First PRINZ Insights Survey focussing on remuneration after its first edition in 2018. The report examines salary and non-monetary benefits as well as employment types, charge out rates and required billable hours for PR and Communications professionals at various sectors and competency levels.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) has awarded Life membership to Catherine Arrow in recognition of her significant service over many years. PRINZ also inducted two new Fellows: Lee Harris, Pike River Recovery Agency, and Michele Hider, Priority Communications.
Palmerston North City Council is named Supreme winner at the 2020 PRINZ Awards for its entry He Ara Kotahi: the pathway that got a city to fall back in love with its river.
The reputations of public sector agencies among Kiwis have reached record highs as the COVID-19 crisis has struck according to the Colmar Brunton annual Public Sector
New Zealand’s most reputable companies have shown their resilience through the COVID-19 crisis according to research released today. Air New Zealand has
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 developments, it is with regret, that the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management and Public Relations Institute of New Zealand announce that the World Public Relations Forum scheduled for October 2020 in Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand is postponed.