PRINZ Awards 2005

The case studies presented are a selection of highly commended and winning entries from the 31st PRINZ Awards in 2005.

2005 PRINZ Awards Case Studies


31st PRINZ Awards winning and highly commended entries

Supreme Award

Smoke-free workplaces - Antony Byers, Nicola Holden, Vicki Blake, Iain Potter, Marija Vidovich, Ministry of Health

Corporate Public Relations Winner 2005

Federated Farmers Operational Review - Geoff Henley, Sam Buckle, Alistair Brook, Network PR
This entry is confidential and so not available as a case study.

Government/Quasi Government Winner 2005

Smoke-free workplaces - Antony Byers, Nicola Holden, Vicki Blake, Iain Potter, Marija Vidovich, Ministry of Health

Marketing Public Relations Winner 2005

HP 33 Families - Karyn Arkell, Consultus

NetCode - ASB Bank - Simon Kenny, Network PR

Non for Profit Public Relations Winner 2005

Young Scientist of the Year - John MacDonald, University of Canterbury
This entry is confidential and so not available as a case study.

Pro Bono Winner 2005

Christ Church, Wellington's oldest church - Anne Erwin, Christ Church Preservation Society

Special Event/Project Winner 2005

2004 Hokitika Wildfoods Festival "Not Bigger, Just Better" - Gerry Morris, Morris Communications

Sustained Public Relations Winner 2005

Irrigating Canterbury - Rob Smith, PR South

Young Practitioner of the Year 2005

Amy Murphy, NBPR