What does it take to be at the top of your game in public relations? If you want to learn more about being the best in the business then join our live webinar to hear first-hand from the PRINZ 2022 PR Consultancy of the Year (medium to large), In-house Team of the Year and Young Professional of the year.
The world of digital has completely changed the PR/Communications game in recent years. Audiences are more reliant on digital than ever before and are now using multiple devices and channels to get information about brands and who to trust.
With more than eight decades’ combined journalism and communications experience under their belts, Mary Anne Gill and Roy Pilott, are media pros with lots of stories to tell. Join us for an engaging and entertaining evening as they share the good, bad and the ugly of storytelling and pitching to journalists and editors.
Specially designed for new or recent entrants, the four online sessions cover the fundamentals, the expectations, the tools, the settings – and, most important of all – the ethics of practice. We also look to the future to help you stay informed (and able to dazzle your colleagues with insights when you get back to the office).
This course, led by PRINZ Fellow Tracey Bridges, will explore the challenges that communication teams can face in building influence and relevance within their organisations.
This one-day workshop balances both the theory and practice involved in identifying and managing issues and crisis situations.
As a public relations professional you add immense value to organisations, communities and causes.
Join us for a fun networking breakfast event in the Hamilton CBD at Joe’s Garage. This is an informal and relaxed event, and everyone is welcome (members, non-members and PR/media students).
Hear from one of New Zealand’s leading public relations experts working in the social media influencer space. You’ll learn how influencer PR has changed in recent years, how it could work for your brand, and the pitfalls to avoid.