Come along to Mr Pickles in Hamilton for our end-of-year celebrations. Enjoy a drink or two with PRINZ members and communications colleagues before the silly season begins
The New Year is knocking at the door - and with it comes a whirlwind of change in public relations and communications. This January, join us for PR Horizons from PR Knowledge Hub – your essential guide to staying afloat in the year ahead.
We’ll look at what's on the 2024 global - and national - risk radar, explore who's shaking up the world of artificial intelligence and what it means for practice plus ways to be ready for the next wave of misinformation hitting our shores. There’ll be questions to answer too. How’s the sustainability and societal communication scene shaping up? Who's nailing the business of trust, and who's absolutely not? What are the latest stakeholder engagement strategies? What do you need to know about the seismic shift in search and the advent of search generative experience?
In case you missed it, 2023 was a blockbuster year for artificial intelligence and, with OpenAI's groundbreaking release of custom GPTs - just before the company’s own reputational meltdown - 2024 is shaping up to be even more challenging. For public relations and communication professionals, AI presents us with technological marvels on the one hand and ethical minefields on the other. We're the reputation lifeguards in this wild AI ocean, helping our organisations navigate safely through these uncharted waters - and you need to know what that entails. Please note ticket prices are inclusive of GST.
NIWA’s use of communications to tell the scientific story of the Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai volcanic eruption in 2022 won its communications team the Supreme Award at the PRINZ Awards 2023. At the Awards last May, head judges said the NIWA campaign was well-researched, conceived and executed within a very short timeframe and while managing multiple agencies. The campaign also won the Best Use of Media Relations award.
New to public relations and ready to build your future career? Then this course is for you.
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). Please note that all prices are inclusive of GST
Step into the future of Public Relations with our exclusive speaker event led by artificial intelligence expert Justin Flitter. This event and networking opportunity is designed to unravel the complexities of AI technology and how you can use it within a PR context. Embrace the opportunity to explore how AI is not just reshaping the PR landscape but is set to revolutionise our profession.
Understand how to best perform in broadcast media – a practical TV/Radio course to help you better appreciate what is required to make your clients shine in the media. Facilitated by media veteran Mary Lambie and held at TVNZ studios. This is a course for people who:
• Are a spokesperson for their organisation
• Involved in media training their clients or colleagues
• Want better media coverage and outcomes for their clients