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PRINZ - Public Relations Institute of New Zealand
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PRINZ represents the public relations and communication management profession in New Zealand.
PRINZ represents the public relations and communication management profession in New Zealand.

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Did you know that the way how you photograph your meals for your social media posts is changing the food industry? Richard Spencer, Chief Marketing Officer of Isentia, will explore how social media influences food trends and what this means for the changing shape of the media landscape at the #PRConf18.

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The 2018 Acumen Republic Trust Barometer reveals a world in a new phase in the loss of trust. This Battle for Truth means that each institution has a unique role to play in building and maintaining trust, as does every organisation. Acumen Republic​ has kindly shared their Acumen Edelman Trust Barometer New Zealand Report with us.

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The 2018 PRINZ Conference programme is up on our website now! Early bird pricing ends on Friday, 30 March. View the programme below.


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Off to a busy start in 2018? Time to get that workplace stress under control. Whether you’re in-house, or in a small or large agency, come hear Dr Helena Cooper-Thomas on 21 March who will share her best tips and tricks that you can use to manage the peaks and valleys of the PR life.
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We are thrilled to announce our speaker line-up for the 2018 PRINZ Conference! This year’s line-up includes international speakers such as advertising guru, Dave Trott, creative director and author of ‘One Plus One Equals Three’; Arun Sudhaman, CEO and Editor-in-Chief at The Holmes Report; Daniel Flynn who is the founder of Thankyou. and was recently interviewed by the former US president Barack Obama; Helen Przygodzki, Head of Internal Communications at Facebook​ APAC; and Laurel West, Managing Director, The Economist, Asia.

Our locally based presenters are equally compelling with the likes of Rachel Taulelei, CEO of one of the country’s largest food and beverage exporters, Kono​, and critically acclaimed Michelin star chef, Josh Emett​, just to name a couple.

PRINZ would like to thank partners Isentia and Research First and One Plus One Communications for its support in bringing Dave Trott to New Zealand. #PRConf18

Click the link below to view the full list of confirmed speakers.

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One of the greatest challenges faced by public relations and communications professionals is moving from tactician to leader, demonstrating the strategic value of our work at the highest level. Join our leadership development course in Auckland on 6 March to reflect, discover and build your personal leadership capability!

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It’s not too late to register for an informative and social evening with Dr Dan Laufer, who will be talking to members about crisis contagion in Wellington on 21 February. His views and research were recently included in a Wall Street Journal article about when to use your CEO as a crisis spokesperson: http://on.wsj.com/2EMrljq. Places are filling up quickly, register today!
https://www.prinz.org.nz/Event?Action=View&Event_id=672
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The 2018 #PRINZAwards entries will open tomorrow! Get ready and join us on our FREE PRINZ Awards Writing Webinar on 2 February to receive invaluable insights from the chief judge Lisa Finucane, FPRINZ.
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Looking for the right consultancy to fulfil your communications needs? Then check out PRINZ Consultancy Guide where we have current listings of consultancies that provide a range of communications and public relations services throughout NZ. All of the consultancies listed have at least one PRINZ member within them. http://bit.ly/2Gakqk8
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How do you identify and mitigate reputation risk? This upcoming Auckland workshop on 22 February will teach you just that - with a quickly actionable strategy. You'll learn about PR's role in dealing with reputation risk, and how to work with organisational leaders to put in place appropriate metrics. Register now to receive early bird prices!
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