The New Zealand Building Industry Federation announced today that it has appointed Julien Leys, formerly General Manager and Partner of SenateSHJ in Auckland, as its new CEO.
Peter Gilmour, FPRINZ, one of the profession’s more high profile practitioners in the 1980s and 1990s, and a former President of PRINZ (1983-84), died on January 30 2019 after a short illness.
Sustainability-focused PR agency, Wright Communications, has joined the Climate Leaders Coalition as part of its on-going commitment to sustainability and reducing climate change.
After producing several sustainability reports for clients ranging from Air New Zealand to Moana, Wright Communications has taken the plunge and produced its inaugural sustainability report.
Founded in 2013, and headquartered in New York, the fitness membership network, ClassPass, has landed in Auckland, bringing access to hundreds of fitness classes for less than the price of a gym membership.
PR Boutiques International™ (PRBI), a worldwide collaborative network of boutique public relations firms, proudly announces the addition of six new member agencies to its network.
Adhesive has retained the Australia and New Zealand Public Relations account for Changi Airport Group.
Adhesive is celebrating its third birthday in style by welcoming two new clients, THE ICONIC, Dyson and moving into a Britomart new office.
MCSA, the University of Waikato's Management Communication Students Association, is celebrating its tenth anniversary on October 4, 2018, and PRINZ has played a key role in its success.
NSPR Limited is delighted to announce the appointment of two new directors, Lynda Millward and Kate Barron, in what managing director Niki Schuck calls an investment in the future.
Just two and a half years since opening the doors of its New Zealand office, independent agency, Adhesive has built a healthy roster of clients. The Haval and Great Wall automotive brands join a host of global brands the agency works with including Sony, Singapore Tourism Board and Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board, Allianz Partners and Simplot.
Air New Zealand has the country’s best corporate reputation for the fourth year in a row, circling well above the field in the Colmar Brunton Corporate Reputation Index 2018, released today.
The Corporate Reputation Index, developed in partnership with Wright Communications, measures four pillars of reputation – social responsibility, fairness, success / leadership, and trust.
Wright Communications, New Zealand’s small to medium PR Consultancy of the Year in 2017 as judged by PRINZ, has branched out into consumer PR.
Managing Director Nikki Wright says the company was encouraged by increasing demand from consumer-facing brand owners to support them in an area where Wright Communications has not traditionally operated.
The 2018 Acumen Republic Trust Barometer reveals a world in a new phase in the loss of trust: the unwillingness to believe information, even from those closest to us. This Battle for Truth means that each institution (Business, Media, Government
Key note speaker successful businessman Indonesian Chairul Tanjunga, Chairman C T Corp, told the ASEAN PR conference that that there were three keys to success. They were opportunity, trust and networks and these keys were fundamental to business and good communication.
The collective, which mobilises communications professionals to volunteer their skills, today announced it had secured the backing of Cabix Communications and JacksonStone & Partners. The sponsorship deal will cover the ongoing running costs of the organisation and enable it to further develop its volunteer services.
Industry veteran and former Edelman APACMEA CEO David Brain will be honoured with the Individual Achievement SABRE Award in Hong Kong on 14 September.
The SenateSHJ team is thrilled to announce we have been named a finalist in four categories of PR awards, including the Holmes Report 2017 Australasian PR Consultancy of the Year.
Queenstown-based public relations and communications consultancy Southern PR has been recognised for excellence in an Australasian communication and marketing awards program.
Anthem, the Auckland-based communications company founded by Jane Sweeney and Carolyn Kerr, has strongly boosted its growth agenda with the appointment of senior hires: Vincent Heeringa and Kathy Gieck.
Contemporary communications agency Anthem has strengthened its offering with the arrival of three new consultants in as many months: Brendan Boughen, senior account director; Ashleigh Gilchrist, account manager; and Rebecca Bradley, account executive.
Strategic public relations consultancy Botica Butler Raudon Partners is making a play for a greater share of the overall PR pie. It is acquiring consumer, sustainability and social consultancy Passion PR from founder Leanne Frisbie.
thrive pr + communications continues to expand its Trans-Tasman portfolio with the latest addition to its roster, consumer electronic giant ASUS. Thrive PR will support the growth of the ASUS brand across both the New Zealand and Australian markets, driving a region-specific PR strategy designed in synergy with global marketing and sales initiatives.